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Founded in 1998, Pinnacle has a clear focus on being gimmick free. This no nonsense attitude coupled with their clear goals of service has gained support from professional gamers, and from the broader esports betting community. Pinnacle focuses on three key areas: Best Odds, Highest Limits and Winners Welcome and strive to provide the best odds by cutting out expensive marketing ploys. Pinnacle will also take any bet size, no matter how high the stakes – demonstrated by the $1 million bet placed on the 2014 World Cup.
Pinnacle has had a close relationship with the rise of esports, and was one of the first sites to offer esports beting. In 2010, the StarCraft 2 market was opened and since then they have added several new esports markets. Their esports hub contains a variety of information, from advice to betting odds.
Pinnacle’s website has two versions of their esportsbook – desktop and mobile – both work great and offer the same features. Controversially, they stopped offering bets to people from the US in 2008, however many European countries are still able to bet at Pinnacle. Show more.
Pinnacle is licensed in Curacao under the Licence 8048/JAZ2013-013 for the provision of sports betting and casino and is licensed in Malta under the Class II Remote Gaming Licence MGA/CL2/1069/2015 for the provision of sports betting. The group is fully licensed and regulated by the Government of the Netherlands Antilles.
Pinnacle offers a wide range of esports to bet on, including CS:GO, Dota 2, Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends, Overwatch, and World of Tanks. Pinnacle’s range of markets for each esport are limited, although they have a worldwide selection of global esports like League of Legends. The matches they offer are also limited, with only full time results and simple modifiers available. Pinnacle’s live betting feature is highlighted on the site, and you can make live bets from any device.
Pinnacle prides itself on customer satisfaction. They offer a range of languages in their FAQ section, as well as having a 24/7 email support. Pinnacle also provide their own guides to help educate those new to esports betting, including in-depth articles and news from the industry.
Pinnacle have developed their mobile website, with easy access features, for optimised usability. The mobile site offers a streamlined version of the original sidebar with all their betting options available, live, today, and early. Not having an app, means that their functionality is just as good on both iOS and Android devices, with need to download new software. The full website with all available esports markets are also available without having to sign into an account.
Pinnacle allow withdrawals in over a dozen different currencies from Australian Dollars through to Swedish Kronor and Thai Baht. Withdrawal times vary depending on the method used, however you can expect to cash-out with platforms like Neteller and Skrill within minutes. It is worth noting, that while deposits at Pinnacle are free, all withdrawal methods incur fixed fees. A Neteller withdrawal will cost you $15 with a minimum withdrawal of $10. Credit Card withdrawals also have a $15 fee, with a higher minimum withdrawal of $100. Show less.
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