Abios to offer round-by-round CS:GO betting with new odds product

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Esports data company Abios has announced the launch of its new odds product for CS:GO, featuring a wide range of betting offers.

According to the company, sportsbooks can leverage a variety of the product’s features, including same-game parlays, player props, and flash markets, to maximize the potential of esports betting.

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In addition, Abios’ newly introduced service offers a range of markets that cover various aspects of CS:GO. These include round-by-round betting and game-specific events, like determining the winner of a pistol round and predicting the number of kills a player will achieve, to name a few.

As previously mentioned, the odds service includes a same-game parlay, also known as a bet builder. This feature enables players to merge correlated markets from the same match within their bet slips.

Founded in 2013, Abios has worked with sportsbooks for years to create content for esports fans. Most recently, the company struck a deal with Czechian sportsbook and betting operator Tipsport to create a more comprehensive user experience for esports audiences.

In a recent publication, Abios also provided an extensive analysis of the esports betting industry, highlighting key developments from 2022 and presenting trends that are anticipated to shape the landscape in 2023.

Oskar Fröberg, CEO and Founder of Abios, commented on the company’s new odds product: “We are happy to release a product that unites the features we’ve seen at the forefront of sports betting with esports. While we have seen that many operators are including esports in their offerings, there is a growing demand for better esports odds products. Products that reflect the fast, dynamic gameplay in esports. 

“With a same-game bet builder, round-by-round betting and player props, we believe CS:GO is finally ready product-wise to reach the next frontier, to become one of the top-tier sports in terms of turnover in sportsbooks.“

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.