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Esports Entertainment Group Signs Affiliate Marketing Agreement with GOLeague, An International Esports League and Community

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Esports Entertainment Group, Inc. (GMBL: OTCQB) (or the “Company”), a licensed online gambling company with a specific focus on esports wagering and 18+ gaming, is pleased to announce the signing of an Affiliate Marketing Agreement with GOLeague Int. Gaming, a multilingual esports league and community for the games Counter-Strike: Go (CSGO), PubG and League of Legends.  As one of the largest CSGO leagues in Germany, this agreement is another milestone for VIE.gg, the world’s first and most transparent esports betting exchange.

Founded in 2017, with the specific goal of supporting and developing esports throughout Europe, GOLeague is the first public league for every skill group in CSGO and League of Legends, attracting 11,000 visitors per day.  The total prize money for their upcoming season has been set at €10,000. As a result of this Agreement, the Company expects to add approximately 350 CSGO matches per month to VIE.gg for GOLeague users to wager.

GOLeague is working with VIE.gg on an exclusive basis for the following reasons:

1.  The VIE.gg P2P model is much more attractive because an esports fan always wins, as opposed to a “house” model where odds are heavily stacked against fans.

2.  VIE.gg is the first and most transparent esports bet exchange as a result of Esports Entertainment Group being a fully reporting SEC issuer in the United States.

3.  Player safety features built into VIE.gg create a fun but responsible esports betting experience for fans. For example, players must choose their maximum bet amounts when they initially sign up with VIE.gg. Any subsequent increase to those levels requires a 30 day cooling off period to make sure players do not get carried away.

4.  The recent addition of pool betting is a further extension of the P2P model, which allows groups of opposing fans to wager against each other when their teams go head to head.

5.  Given the fact some esports fans bet on esports, GOLeague users will be provided with a safe platform that also supports the organization.

GOLeague stated, “In contrast to other German leagues, we are the only one who uses their own anti-cheat system and uses it successfully. We therefore also want to give our users the opportunity to bet on GOLeague matches, as well as, Major League matches with the upcoming season. This will be realized via the start page, an extra page with a sorted listing and under each single match link. For the implementation, we need a strong partner with the necessary licenses and age controls to successfully integrate this product. We are happy to say we found the right partner in VIE.  It is important for our users to know that affiliate revenue from GOLeague matches will be passed on to the teams. We therefore hope for a good and long-term partnership.”

Grant Johnson, CEO of Esports at Esports Entertainment Group, stated, “This agreement with GOLeague is a big step forward for VIE, as it will add hundreds of additional matches per month to our pools. GOLeague is a true supporter of esports in Europe and we are excited about building a long-term future together.”

 

ABOUT VIE.GG:

VIE.gg offers bet exchange style wagering on esports events in a licensed, regulated and secured platform to the global esports audience, excluding jurisdictions that prohibit online gambling. VIE.gg features wagering on the following esports games:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO)
  • League of Legends
  • Dota 2
  • Call of Duty
  • Overwatch
  • PUBG
  • Hearthstone
  • StarCraft II

VIE.gg has announced affiliate marketing partnerships with 190 esports teams and 3 leagues from around the world and expects that number to increase in 2019.

 

About Esports Entertainment Group:

Esports Entertainment Group, Inc. is a licensed online gambling company with a specific focus on esports wagering and 18+ gaming. Esports Entertainment offers bet exchange style wagering on esports events in a licensed, regulated and secure platform to the global esports audience at vie.gg.  In addition, Esports Entertainment intends to offer users from around the world the ability to participate in multi-player mobile and PC video game tournaments for cash prizes. Esports Entertainment is led by a team of industry professionals and technical experts from the online gambling and the video game industries, and esports. The Company holds licenses to conduct online gambling and 18+ gaming on a global basis in Curacao, Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Company maintains offices in Malta, Curacao and Warsaw, Poland. Esports Entertainment common stock is listed on the OTCQB under the symbol GMBL.  For more information visit www.esportsentertainmentgroup.com

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Live Dealers Prove Big Draw for Online Casinos

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The online casino experience has come a long way in recent years. Gone are the simple and unappealing presentations that players encountered with their favourite games. They’ve been replaced by attractive and exciting displays that not only replicate the physical-casino setup but are beamed directly from specialised studios with live dealers in charge of the action. 

It’s all down to the power of the internet and the development of newer technologies that allow the best live casinos online to provide thrilling playing and betting experiences for their customers all over the world. And it’s the widespread availability of increasingly reliable broadband internet that has made it possible for just about every adult that’s eligible to take part and enjoy themselves without leaving the comfort of their homes.

This is why online gambling has taken off in recent years, and in places like the United Kingdom — where betting and gambling are enormous pastimes and a giant industry worth £14.3 billion a year — it’s taking an ever-larger slice of the gambling space pie. According to the most recent figures from last year, online gambling in the UK is now worth £3.2 billion annually, a 3.9% rise on the figures from the previous year. 

People are playing on their desktops, laptops, tablets and, increasingly, their smartphones as the best live casinos are typically configured to work on the entire range of popular devices in use today. It’s not only the convenience of online casinos that’s providing such an attraction, but the time and cost savings too — why drive or fly to a casino and stay at a hotel when you don’t have to?

 

What Happens at Live-Dealer Casinos?

Online casinos with live-dealer features are broadcast via the internet from studios in various parts of the world. They have everything you’d expect from a physical casino depending on the type of game you’re playing — roulette, poker, blackjack, baccarat and a whole lot more. When you sign up for an account at one of the best online casinos, you’ll typically be offered a promotion or bonus that may include cash sums that you can start using straight away to place bets — so an initial deposit might not be required. 

You’ll be able to interact with the dealer and everything is done in the same way as an offline casino. If you’re playing a card game like poker, for instance, the cards will be real and not a graphic, like they were in the early days of online casinos. The dealer will shuffle them, and you can place your bets, all in real-time, giving you the experience of being at a physical casino. As well as interacting with the dealer, you may also be able to chat with your fellow players — usually via a live chat feature.

 

Added Benefits of the Best Live Casinos

If you’re used to playing at physical casinos and are now spending more time at some of the best live casinos online, you’ll have surely noticed that there are additional attractions to the latter. They may have innovations you won’t find at offline casinos such as giant wheels spun by live presenters in games that are specially created for the online casino experience — Crazy Time from online casino provider Evolution Gaming is one such example. 

Plus, there’s added graphics to make the experience of remote playing and gambling all the more exciting, and the best studios are fitted out with the latest in lighting and other elements so that they look vibrant, inviting and make you want to stay and play. 

It turns out that you can bet on live dealer online casinos to offer a great time every time you visit.

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TheBigFreeChipList.com Has Rebranded To Chipy.com

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Welcome To TheBigFreeChipList’s New Identity

The leading gambling portal, TheBigFreeChipList, has rebranded itself as Chipy.com to better reflect the company’s current goals and objectives. The new identity was meant to bring awareness to the company’s offerings, as the new domain name is more tuneful, shorter, and easier to remember.

TheBigFreeChipList is not gone for good – the company has implemented a restructuring process without losing its brand essence whatsoever. Players will find the same top-quality online gambling content in the same user-friendly approach. The rebranding has only targeted the gambling platform’s name, without changing the interface of the website.

Chipy.com is renowned for its Playground section and the Community Shop, two unique features on the market. The reason for the Playground’s originality is that the section hosts an excellent selection of games, where gamblers can play using Chipy coins, the website’s exclusive currency, for a chance to win.

With the Chipy coins, players can visit the Community Shop, a virtual shopping section, and indulge themselves with a generous collection of fun items. They have the opportunity to turn their coins into actual money by purchasing “Real Money Items”, acquire exclusive bonus offers by visiting the “Shop Bonuses” section, as well as getting hold of some really cool “Avatar Items”.

A Foray Into The Past

The company was established in 2012, under the name of TheBigFreeChipList, and was an immediate success. Only a few months after its launching into the online gambling industry, the Bonus Blog section of the site became extremely popular among gambling aficionados. This section is enjoying a lot of popularity in the present day as well.

It didn’t take long for TheBigFreeChipList to become one of the most trustworthy and reputable online gambling portals in the industry. Its offerings have always consisted of wide-ranging lists of online casinos rated and reviewed by real players, first-class collections of casino bonuses, entertaining game titles, and top software providers. And last but not least, an extensive and reliable news section aimed to bring users the latest gambling news.

Final Thoughts

TheBigFreeChipList has passed on its legacy to Chipy.com with the purpose of finding a balance between old and new, without losing its brand essence. The new identity represents the company in the online gambling industry and all the interconnected assets that come with this change are meant to propel Chipy.com into one of the best online gambling platforms on the market.

Chipy team believes that this change is important for further development and is hopeful that will bring significant benefits not only for the gambling portal but also for the players – as this rebranding process was before anything else an improvement meant to help users easily and efficiently retain the name of the website.

 

Be sure to check out chipy.com and keep an eye out for all the fun surprises this rebranding has brought with it!

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Sports Betting Thriving Despite Lockdown

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Wanna Make a Bet?

The global pandemic put North American professional sports on the shelf for nearly five months but bettors soon found leagues that they never knew existed and, well, if you’re dying of thirst in the desert and someone offers you water, you don’t ask if it’s Fiji. Soon there were millions of experts on Belarusian soccer and Taiwanese paddle ball willing to put up or shut up. Even eSports became a mainstream betting vehicle with everything from League of Legends to Madden NFL simulations.

Sports betting may not be the oldest profession but it is quickly becoming one of the most compelling. After decades in the shadows, it has recently been legitimized due to it finally being legalized in many parts of the United States. But gambling, whether it be legal or illegal, will always be pervasive because it’s fun, and potentially profitable if you know what you’re doing.

Adam Burns, an industry sportsbook director, stated, “Business is booming. “We probably took in 10 times more money than last year on the 2020 NFL Draft. It goes to show people are looking for something to bet on. The draft is always big, but I couldn’t believe how much money [was bet] when I woke up the next morning.”

In April of this year, betting was up 50 percent at New Jersey sportsbooks over last year on sports other than basketball, football, and baseball, to the tune of $21.7 million.

Prior to the reopening of sports in North America, Dustin Gouker, lead analyst for PlayUSA.com network, stated, “The rise in bets on nontraditional sports has been interesting, and with auto racing and golf closer to starting, that trend could increase.”

Books are Booming

Now that the NBA, MLB, and NHL are in full swing, business is booming even more as evidenced by reports from the best online sportsbooks in the industry. But with the king of kings, the NFL, drawing closer, the numbers are expected to soar as long as the leagues can remain open for business.

In August of 2019, a total of $744,065,765 was legally wagered in the United States and $61,762,233 in revenue was hauled in as a result. But industry experts are nearly unanimous in declaring that this August will dwarf last year’s take, not to mention what the offshore books will do as well.

But few believe the take this month will beat the record-breaking month of November 2019, when U.S. sportsbooks handled over $1.8 billion, due to the fact there is no preseason football. “It’s a reach,” opined ESPN gambling writer David Purdum when asked by US Bets whether the month that starts Saturday can break the November ’19 record, “especially without preseason football, which accounts for more than most would believe. Last August, around 25% of the total handle bet in Nevada sportsbooks was attributed to football wagers. The NBA will probably make up for the lack of football, but even then, eclipsing a regular-season football month seems unlikely.”

As Purdum noted, the NBA and NHL are both playing in August which is a first for both leagues and will only add to what should be a robust betting handle this month. SportsHandle Editor-in-Chief, Brett Smiley, echoed Purdum’s sentiments regarding his skepticism of a record handle in August of 2020, “There are so many moving parts here, including players going in and out of quarantine. Over/under on games played for any of these leagues, I mean, who knows? We’re in completely uncharted territory here and there’s too many unknowns in the equation. I think people may watch in record numbers, but hopefully people who have taken a serious economic hit — and that’s an awful lot of Americans — are not using limited resources to gamble on sports. Betting 10 bucks is fine, but that doesn’t impact handle much.”

Purdum referenced the uncertain economic times and the looming election as another hurdle to climb for a record-breaking month, “The U.S. betting market is expanding and growing. We have more visibility than ever at how much is being wagered, which may lead to some record-setting numbers in some states. Records seem to be set routinely these days. But, to me, the pandemic, the pending election, and uncertainty surrounding the economy and sports in general will, at some point, have a negative impact on the betting market.”

Whatever happens this month, one thing we do know is that Americans have a growing passion for the action. Sports betting is now mainstream and records will be routinely shattered for several years to come as more states enter the fray and become beneficiaries of all that additional tax revenue. Legalized sports betting in the USA has been a long time coming but at long last, we’re glad it’s arrived.

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