Vermantia launches 24/7 eSports betting solution

By Caroline Watson
Provider of omni-channel content solutions for lotteries, gaming and betting operators worldwide, Vermantia has announced the launch of Vermantia eSPORTS, a complete eSports betting solution available for retail, online and mobile platforms.

The solution was created to use for eSports events, from single games to tournaments taking place on the matchmaking platform PvPRO Gaming, which enables gamers to play against one another, anywhere and at any time.

Through this partnership, Vermentia will initially offer betting on Counter Strike (CS:GO), the highest ARPU (average revenue per user) eSport globally, with other popular titles to follow in the future.

Utilising vast quantities of data, statistics and results from more than one million eSports games per month, Vermentia creates a range of tailored bet markets and odds which are adaptable to any regulatory framework.

With this solution, Vermentia is positioned to offer both pre-game betting eSports, with hundreds of betting opportunities a day, and live betting on high-profile tournaments organised for its customers.

Vermantia’s Chief Product Officer, Yiannis Gangas comments: “We are excited to embark into eSports, with our fully customisable and all-inclusive betting product, which enables our customers to expand their offering, addressing millennials alongside their existing client base.

“By also adding eSports on to Vermantia CONNECT, our multi-vendor and multi-content platform, we are uniquely positioned to meet the evolving needs of leading operators for top quality and immersive gaming content.”

The company will be showcasing Vermantia eSPORTS at ICE Totally Gaming, 7-9 February 2017.

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