Abios unveils partnership with UK esports bookmaker Dragoni

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Esports solutions provider Abios has announced a partnership with UK esports betting website Dragoni.

As a result, Abios has become Dragoni’s odds partner and will provide the website with its betting and statistics solution for CS:GO. This includes pre-game and live markets.

Abios will utilise its data to provide in-play betting markets and in-game statistics for CS:GO to enable customers to make more informed decisions before placing a bet on a match.

Dragoni offers markets on CS:GO tournaments across the world ranging from top-level international competitions to regional events. Armed with a focus on community engagement, the bookmaker aims to build an ‘immersive betting experience’ for CS:GO fans that includes providing a range of information and live stats.

Partnering with Dragoni is the latest collaboration for Abios following the firm unveiling its round-by-round CS:GO betting product in May 2023. In recent months, Abios partnered with gaming data platform GRID to power its esports odds feeds and Czech betting operator Tipsport.

Alongside providing bookmakers with data on CS:GO, Abios also provides data solutions for a range of titles including Dota 2, League of Legends, and VALORANT.

According to Mark Cole, Co-founder and CEO of Dragoni, partnering with Abios will “enhance the platform’s capabilities” with a wide range of data for its customers to access. Notably, Dragoni is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission.

Oskar Fröberg, CEO and founder of Abios, spoke on the deal: “Dragoni have done a tremendous job utilising our esports resources, including data, widgets and odds, to create a completely new and unique product.

“We’re thrilled to power their platform and look forward to seeing it expand across the UK and beyond.”

Jonno Nicholson
Jonno is a Freelance News Writer for Esports Insider and has been part of the ESI team since 2019! His interests include the rapid rise of sim racing and its impact on the wider industry.