Abios powers Czech sportsbook Tipsport

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Esports data and technology firm Abios has partnered with Czechian sportsbook and betting operator Tipsport.

The two will join forces to create a more comprehensive user experience for esports audiences through the use of in-depth statistics.

Tipsport, which operates in Czechia and Slovakia, provides sports betting and online casino services. The company’s offering also includes esports with Tipsport covering League of Legends, VALORANT, Dota 2 and CS:GO events, among others.

With Abios’ services, Tipsport will add head-to-head statistics as well as previous performance of teams and players to give beginner and experienced bettors access to make ‘more informed decisions’. According to the release the statistics will also give customers the chance to ‘consume more snackable content’.

Tipsport is yet another globally-reaching partner for Abios, a company that has shown signfianct growth over the last 12 months. Last year the data firm added notable titles such as Rocket League and Rainbow Six Siege to its analytics portfolio. Moreover, Abios partnered with NAVI to power its website earlier in May 2022. 

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Niclas Sundell, Head of Sales at Abios, commented on the deal: “We’re happy to help Tipsport engage its audiences with esports by providing statistics from team and player performance, as well as for in-game events. Many esports titles, such as League of Legends, can be easy to understand at a glance, but harder to gain a deeper understanding of.

“With information on past performances of teams, new and old audiences can get more informed on esports standings, ultimately becoming more invested in the games.”

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Hisham Almadani, Journalist
Hisham joined Esports Insider in November of 2022. As a first-year student at the University of Detroit Mercy, he hopes to take his career into games journalism. When he isn't writing, he's probably reading.