MobileWins Now Offers Global eSports Betting Markets

Always keen to innovate, MobileWins has started offering eSports betting markets to its global base of customers.

April 7, 2020 / / —

The betting world has undergone some dramatic changes in the last few years. New events are becoming more popular, and customers want more betting options. MobileWins has seen this situation and reacted by introducing a brand new wave of betting to its site. Customers from all over the world now have the opportunity to bet on live eSports events. This is a rapidly growing market with lots of events happening on a regular basis across the globe.

One Of The Widest eSports Betting Markets
MobileWins is known for always going the extra mile to provide an excellent service for all betting customers. Not only has the company launched eSports betting on its site, but they’ve also introduced one of the widest betting markets in the industry. Customers can bet on Fifa eSport battles, CS: GO tournaments, NBA 2K, DOTA 2, League of Legends, StarCraft, and much more.

Customers can enjoy many of the same betting lines they’d get on normal sports matches, such as the result of a match, in-play betting, and so on. The nature of these events not demanding much physical activity means that customer may have multiple matches or tournaments to bet on throughout the week.

The Fastest Trend In Betting
What is eSports, and why is it so popular? Simply put, eSports refer to online and local tournaments being played on video games. Competitors battle it out to see who can be the victor. It works the same way that normal multiplayer video games work, but the difference is that they’re often streamed live and bet on.

It’s a rapidly growing industry as people realise that eSports are actually very entertaining. Additionally, the sheer amount of competitive eSports games is growing every year. As technology is constantly advancing, the demand for these events gets bigger and bigger. It’s an exciting market to bet on, and MobileWins provides fantastic odds across all games.

About MobileWins
MobileWins is an online sports betting and casino website that’s been in operation since 2012. While the company is based in Europe, it offers betting markets to customers all over the world. Known for innovation, MobileWins continues to search for new and exciting ways to improve the sports betting scene and provide new forms of entertainment for customers. With the introduction of a massive eSports betting market, the company hopes that this will offer something different for customers to enjoy. It’s also a move that represents their knowledge of the global betting scene and what’s becoming more popular. As the eSports industry continues to grow, MobileWins will continue to offer more betting markets.

Further information on MobileWins’ eSports betting markets can be found on the website here: All press enquries should be addressed to Ad de Jong and sent via email at, telephone at +31 84 8730031, or direct mail to De cuserstraat 83.

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