Oddin.gg launches eCricket betting solution

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Esports betting services provider Oddin.gg has announced the launch of a new product focused on eCricket.

The product is a 24-hour live stream of real-world matches in Cricket 22, the cricket simulation game developed by Big Ant Studios. The daily matches are already live and can be followed on Yodha League channels on Twitch and YouTube.

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The new product is the latest in a series of eSim products by Oddin.gg. In essence, the new product features real-world matchups between real players who play each other in daily tournaments. Matches happen throughout the day and are not influenced by Oddin.gg, providing a form of sports to bet on, catering especially to regions where cricket is a dominant sport.

Oddin.gg noted that the product is aimed at cricket enthusiasts in Australia, UK, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, with plans to reach what Oddin says is 2.5 billion fans of cricket around the world. The Yodha League features more than 400 matches every month, and matches usually last less than 20 minutes.

Oddin.gg is an esports betting service provider. So far in 2023 the company has partnered with the likes of Kazakhstan betting company Olimpbet, Bosnia and Herzegovina-based NSoft, Serbia’s Balken Bet, tournament platform operator Epulze, and esports data company GRID.

The company plans to offer the eCricket service to both new and existing clients worldwide, allowing them to integrate it into their existing portfolios. Oddin noted that eCricket will be made available for existing clients in September 2023.

Oddin.gg claimed in a release that its new eCricket product ensures a fair and transparent betting experience.

Vlastimil Venclík, Oddin.gg co-founder and CEO, commented: “The product has been prepared by cricket fans for cricket fans. We offer fun content combined with an exhilarating betting experience. Our commitment to integrity ensures that users can place their bets with complete confidence. Our product will be available 24/7 to cover all time zones, and our tournament style with fast-paced games is designed to keep the bettors thrilled.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.