Betting content company BETER expands into Dota 2

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Betting and gaming solutions provider BETER has expanded its esports portfolio by including Dota 2 tournaments.

The events will be created through the company’s own in-house tournament brand ESportsBattle.

According to the release, each event will run for 11 days, with five teams consisting of five 7,000-8,000 MMR members. These teams will battle in a round-robin format with a single-elimination final. Across the entire tournament series, there will be up to 120 best-of-three matches per month with each one having an average map duration of 60 minutes.

On top of helping facilitate these events, BETER will provide live streaming services, live data and odds for all the Dota 2 matches. Moreover, all the streams will be narrated by commentators.

Under ESportsBattle, BETER provides its users with more than 25,000 events each month, across a full portfolio of popular esports areas such as efootball, ebasketball, ehockey, and CS:GO. The service is primarily used to provide continuous esports betting content to various bookmakers.

In addition, the company bolstered its esports iFrame solution with a new statistics widget aiming to provide additional data on CS:GO and Dota 2 matches. Recently, BETER also became the official odds provider of BODEX, an odds integration platform by esports data company Bayes Esports.

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Evgeniy Bekker, General Manager at BETER Esports, commented on the expansion: “ESportsBattle tournaments are operated based on and comply with, the principles and rules of fair play, and we have implemented a robust policy surrounding this. Also, our team has the highest integrity control all over Tier-3 tournaments worldwide. That’s why all operators can be confident in the transparency of BETER’s events. 

“All Dota 2 events are designed to meet the needs of next-gen players, and we look forward to seeing more brands roll out our tournaments now that they include Dota 2.”

Radina Koutsafti
Radina has been a Freelance Journalist for Esports Insider since 2021. When not playing Apex Legends, she enjoys writing about tech, equality and education in esports.