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BETBY Adds Tennis to Betby.games Esports Range

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Innovative sports betting supplier BETBY has grown its cutting-edge esports Betby.Games range with the addition of Tennis competitions.

With games centred around iconic tennis tournaments, BETBY’s unique AI-driven esports product will feature the world’s top tennis players, and as with other titles in the provider’s collection of games, all markets will be available 24/7.

Each match is set to last up to 40 minutes, as each set lasts just three games rather than the traditional six, while tiebreaks are also shorter than in real life. Three matches will take place simultaneously and over 3,000 events per month and 15 new markets will be to be added to BETBY’s offering.

Tennis joins classic competitions such as Football and Basketball in the supplier’s impressive selection of esports products, as well as innovative Rocket League tournaments, with combat sports also to be launched in the near future.

The supplier’s complete offering continues to go from strength to strength, growing significantly in the previous 12 months as the provider looks to broaden its product portfolio.

Leonid Pertsovskiy, Chief Executive Officer at BETBY, said: “The growth of our Betby.Games range has been a real highlight for us this year and we are delighted to add Tennis to the list of AI-focused competitions in our portfolio.

“Betby.Games products bring a completely new dynamic to the esports world with its enjoyable gameplay, while remaining instantly recognisable for bettors of all tastes.

“Our diverse product offering has continued to bear fruit for us, as well as our client-centric business approach, so the expansion of our Betby.Games offering is something we are very proud of and look forward to more success in the vertical.”

The entire BETBY esports collection can be smoothly and swiftly integrated and active for an operator via an API integration.

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Epic Esports Events Announces Dota 2 Champions League Season 4

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The tournament operator Epic Esports Events with the support of the Russian Esports Federation will hold Dota 2 Champions League Season 4. The tournament will be held from September 18 to October 6, where teams will draw a prize pool of $50.000.

Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 participants:

  • D2CL Season 3 Winner — V-Gaming;

  • B8;

  • PuckChamp;

  • Fantastic Five;

  • Nemiga Gaming;

  • Brame;

  • Winstrike Team;

  • Creepwave;

  • The Open Qualifier winners — Khan and qwerty.

The group stage matches will be played in the Round Robin system in the bo3 format.

The group stage participants with the highest number of points will advance to the playoff stage, where they will compete in Double Elimination bracket, in the bo3 format up to and including the semifinals. The final match will be played in the bo5 format.

Qualifier matches will be Single Elimination bo1 up to the semifinals, from then teams will play bo3.

The Dota 2 Champions League tournament series started on July 19. 5 championships will be organized with a total prize pool of $250.000. The Russian-language tournaments broadcast is conducted by the RuHub Studio, you can follow them on the studio’s channel on Twitch and on VKontakte social network. Broadcasts in English are held on The EsportsBible (TEBTV) platform. Epic Esports Events has also furthered their partnership with GRID esports who remain as the exclusive data partner for each tournament in the series. GRID will continue using their technology to improve the viewing experience across the broadcasts.

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WePlay Esports Invitational: Initial Results and Photo Tour

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On September 16, the first Rocket League tournament hosted by WePlay Holding kicked off at the WePlay Esports Arena Kyiv. All participating teams have already shown their skills in the matches, and here are the results.

The first tournament day of the WePlay Esports Invitational featuring Rocket League began with the quarterfinals between the teams of each region in a Bo7 format.

Results of the first game day — EMEA:

  • Team BDS 4 : 0 Sandrockgaming
  • Vodafone Giants 0 : 4 Guild Esports
  • Team Vitality 4 : 0 Dignitas
  • SMPR Esports 2 : 4 Karmine Corp

Results of the first game day — NA:

  • Spacestation Gaming 3 : 4 Shopify Rebellion
  • ENVY 0 : 4 FaZe Clan
  • G2 Esports 4 : 1 Rogue
  • The General NRG 4 : 1 Soniqs

The WePlay Esports Invitational is the first Rocket League tournament hosted by WePlay Holding with the support of Psyonix. The tournament is to take place on September 16–19, 2021, with a total prize pool of $100,000.

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BLAST Premier expands reach into Israel with Gaming Channel broadcast deal

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  • The deal will see the Gaming Channel own exclusive rights to broadcast BLAST Premier in Hebrew 

BLAST Premier has agreed a media rights deal with Gaming Channel, Israel’s first ever linear 24/7 esports and gaming channel. 

As part of the deal, Gaming Channel will own exclusive rights to broadcast BLAST Premier within Israel in Hebrew until the end of the 2021 season. The deal will cover BLAST Premier’s four remaining events of the year: Fall Groups (September 16-26), Showdown (October 12-17), Final (November 24-28) and World Final (December 14-19).

The Gaming Channel, owned by the Charlton Group, was launched back in July this year, bringing the first ever dedicated esports and gaming linear TV channel to Israel. The channel broadcasts a variety of content including live esports events, leading YouTube talent from the region, among other gaming and entertainment-themed content. 

Alexander Lewin, VP for at BLAST, said: “We are delighted to be able to give BLAST Premier fans from Israel the opportunity to watch their favourite Counter-Strike teams and players in a localised Hebrew broadcast, and very pleased to add Israel to our global media rights footprint. The Gaming Channel and its experienced team are the perfect partner for our move into the Israeli market, and we look forward to a successful collaboration.”

Yoav Sochen, General Manager for Gaming Channel, said: “I am very excited to partner up with BLAST Premier. Connecting both professional players and esports enthusiasts to the Gaming Channel through top tier international leagues, operated and offered on live broadcast in Hebrew for the first time. I look forward to seeing what this partnership can do for the Israeli scene.”

The deal takes BLAST’s portfolio of media rights to over 40 linear and online partners internationally, meaning BLAST Premier is now available globally in 18 different languages and in over 150 TV territories.

BLAST Premier is a worldwide Counter-Strike tournament series that unites all major events, offers opportunities to all regions across the globe and crowns the world champions of CS:GO. Up to 32 teams will take part in the seven BLAST Premier events over the course of 2021 with a combined prize pool of $2,475,000 on the line. BLAST will be making its long-awaited return to arena events with fans later this year at Copenhagen’s iconic Royal Arena for the Fall Final. 

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