Esports Technologies’ international betting platform is accepting wagers on ‘Dota 2’, ‘CS:Go’, ‘League of Legends’, and other leading games

Esports Technologies, a global provider of advanced esports wagering products and technology, is accepting wagers on its international consumer platform, Gogawi, for the popular esports titles, including Counter-Strike, League of Legends, Dota 2, StarCraft 2, Rainbow Six, Warcraft 3, King of Glory, FIFA and others.

According to NewZoo market research, during April 2021, Twitch gamers watched:

  • 157 million hours of League of Legends
  • 111 million hours of Call of Duty
  • 70 million hours of Counter-Strike: GO
  • 49.8 million hours of Dota 2
  • 32 million hours of FIFA 21
  • 24.2 million hours of Tom Clancy’s Rainbox Six: Siege

The company’s international wagering platform Gogawi is available in more than 140 jurisdictions. One of many key upgrades to the platform is its use of the payment services solutions Apcopay, Astropay, and CoinDirect, all of which aim to provide more deposit and withdrawal options.

The platform also allows for more traditional sports betting on the NFL, NBA, Soccer, and more than 40 other sports. The platform also recently added casino and table games to its betting roster thanks to its recently announced partnership with Spinomenal.

Esports Technologies CEO Aaron Speach said, “With esports viewership growing at a rapid pace, we are excited to tap into the communities around these games and offer fans a new way to engage with their favourite esports. Wagering offers the audience a way to take advantage of their knowledge of the games, and the expert athletes who compete. We look forward to providing more esports wagering experiences for customers as the market grows.”

Gogawi recently launched in Thailand, making it available in more than 140 jurisdictions.