Yeah, summer is pretty dead bettingwise if there isn't any FIFA/UEFA/IOC established happening in the calendar at the given year but I still think staking something which does not even close to a real 'sport' nor that much mispriced by the bookies is close to something some addicts would do...
Joined: Dec '10
Age: 27 (M)
The double went home yet again, and it was never close to lose. Both teams won as expected and our E-Sport expert tells us, that bookies doesn't have enough knowledge about E-sports to set the odds correctly.
Joined: May '13
Age: 26 (M)
Cheers keep posting mate and you should make a record of your bet for us to see would be good to see what return you have and exploit this market if you have an edge but if it becomes too popular some bookies might close your account as they see you winning too much on a market they cannot compete with, anyway good luck with those bets will be watching and hopefully have some cash to bet, peace out!
Nobody will close your accounts Heskor - just because you staked non-popular markets with your money - so don't be ridiculous again - they get to close on accounts when users breach T & C. And many bookies initially lowered their cap on these events anyway.
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 39 (F)
It won't take long for the bookies to react to the new E games and it won't do too much harm for a few people to get these odds.If the bookies do get concerned the prices will go to the normal short prices,I don't think this type of sport will make into any mainstream gambling to be honest but it is a bit of fun and always nice to get more variety.
I still have a problem with calling this extravaganza a 'sport'. I didn't think I was exercising back then when I was ten years old playing Street fighter 2 or Mortal Kombat in the arcades, but I guess these people wanted some sophisticated definition to their hobbies and made up this one. This is why I am not keen wagering money on it too.