This guide will explain general gameplay mechanics, how live PUBG betting works, and betting strategies you can use to increase your odds regardless of whether or not you are an experienced PUBG player. Without further ado, let's get that chicken dinner.
With the 2018 Winter Olympics upon us, an idea that has been floating around the internet for quite sometime now has resurfaced: the possibility of esports as an Olympic Event. Whether you are a critic of esports and find yourself criticizing video game related articles in the comments section of an ESPN thread or an owner of an established esports team, the prospect of esports as an Olympic sport is a point of conflict.
The Intel Extreme Masters tournament has been running since 2007 and this year is set in Katowice, Poland. This year the events features tournaments for CS:GO, PUBG, Dota 2 and Starcraft 2 and will provide fans with weeks packed full of high intensity action and excitement, featuring some of the best teams in the world; including Fnatic, Astralis and Cloud9.
Esports gamblers are typically PC gamers themselves with a keen eye for new technology, and so the introduction of Bitcoin as an esports betting currency could not be better matched. Since Bitcoin's launch in 2008 and subsequent rise to fame several years later, a number of esports betting sites now accept the cryptocurrency for deposits and withdrawals.
We have a full list of all the available esports betting bonuses. However, rather than hunting through dozens of different options, we've created a top 10 list of the best esports betting bonuses available so far in 2017.
We started out in gaming back in 1999. The days when Ultima Online and Everquest were the hottest things in town and when Counter-Strike was a hacked together Half-Life mod. Times when anything less than a 3 digit ping was rare and OP. We've followed and have been fans of games and competitive esports ever since, regularly attending big gaming festivals like the UK's Insomnia series and DreamHack.
This year has been the beginning of VR truly kicking off as a consumer product. A far cry from the 90s VR you'd get to play with at an amusement park or arcade, it's not only advanced enough to be able to perfectly track the player, but both the comfort and fidelity have finally reached that critical point of being "enough" for that VR magic.