Esports Technologies announced Thursday the launch of its odds and modeling feed technology, the EBET feed, which will be integrated on BtoBet to power its esports products.
The new feed will cover a variety of markets, including match, amp and round bets such as map winner, map score, total rounds, and first to reach a certain number of rounds.
The feed will be made available for esports titles such as Dota 2, League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Call of Duty, Valorant, StarCraft, Rainbow Six, and King of Glory.
In an official press release, Bart Barden, COO, Esports Technologies, commented on this new product and said: "We are excited to launch our real-time odds and modeling feed, which will expand our esports titles and betting markets, providing a more immersive betting experience for our customers."
Esports Technologies Launches Odds and Modeling Feed Technology#READMORE 📲 - https://t.co/vnfSnzcRSs #esports #odds #betting #wagering $EBET pic.twitter.com/70yCPJ8OnI— Esports Technologies (@TheEsportsTech) April 7, 2022
The company was recently named a finalist for the 2021 Tempest Esports Business Awards, in the "Innovative Use of Technology" category, for its real-time odds modeling and simulation system. The system, detailed in several pending patent applications filed in 2021 by Esports Technologies, employs advanced automated models to generate real-time odds and betting markets for broad esports betting use.
In a recent interview with Yogonet, CEO of Esports Technologies, Aaron Speach spoke about the company's upcoming launches, which include the Electronic Sports Betting Exchange System, which is awaiting its patent approval.
“That’s our hedgehog product, like Betfair, but focused on esports, so it will allow any customer to go on and set their own odds and their own prices on esports matches that they feel they can beat any provider that’s out there. And this is huge for us from an odds and modeling perspective, which is one of our main products. But it's also great for the consumer because if they feel like they have a beat on a match that maybe a sportsbook isn't providing, they're able to offer that market. From a B2B perspective, it also allows an exchange of knowledge and markets, and also the ability to lay off if you’re a bigger provider where really there isn’t an option right now”, he explained.
Once approved, the system will be available in every regulated market where the company is allowed to do business, “plus 140 unregulated markets as well”, Speach added.