Betting content company BETER is expanding into Dota 2

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Betting and gaming solution provider BETER has added Dota 2 tournaments to its esports portfolio.

The events are created via the company’s own tournament brand ESportsBattle.

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According to the press release, each event will last 11 days, with five teams made up of five 7,000-8,000 MMR members. These teams compete in a round-robin format with a single-elimination final. Throughout the tournament series, there will be up to 120 best-of-three matches per month, each with an average card duration of 60 minutes.

Besides supporting these events, BETER will provide live streaming services, live data and odds for all Dota 2 games. In addition, all streams are commented on by commentators.

Under ESportsBattle, BETER offers its users more than 25,000 events every month in a complete portfolio of popular esports areas such as E-Football, E-Basketball, E-Hockey and CS:GO. The service is mainly used to provide continuous eSports betting content to various bookmakers.

In addition, the company has strengthened its Esports iFrame solution with a new statistics widget aimed at providing additional data on CS:GO and Dota 2 games. Recently, BETER also became the official odds provider of BODEX, an odds integration platform from esports data company Bayes Esports.

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Evgeniy Bekker, General Manager at BETER Esports, commented on the expansion: “ESportsBattle tournaments are conducted based on and in compliance with the principles and rules of fair play and we have implemented a robust policy in this regard. Also, our team has the highest integrity control of any Tier 3 tournament in the world. Therefore, all operators can rely on the transparency of BETER events.

“All Dota 2 events are designed to meet the needs of next-gen players and we look forward to more brands rolling out our tournaments now that they include Dota 2.”

Radina Koutsafti

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Radina has been a freelance journalist for Esports Insider since 2021. When she’s not playing Apex Legends, she enjoys writing about tech, equality, and education in esports.