Buying bets or picks from someone on the internet may seem appealing at first… but there are some pretty compelling reasons why this isn’t a good idea!
Not every betting site has the customers' best interests in mind. Here's how to spot them and what to pay attention to!
Esports odds reflect how likely the bookmakers think a certain outcome will occur (plus a bit of math magic). This guide will walk you through the commonly used formats so you can always understand what is going on!
Parlays are one of the most popular forms of wagering because of the large potential payouts and the ability to get action on multiple matches at once with very low risk.
What is budgeting all about? What is bankroll management? It's making sure you know how to take care of your hard-earned money and picking how much to bet!
Don’t know what the odds mean? Worry no more, this quick read will teach you all of the basics and give you a complete understanding of the odds and payouts.
What are value bets? The main source of your betting profit! This guide will walk you through the basics of the term, the math behind it and the way to identify them.
Ah the question everyone has on their mind: “How do betting sites and the bookmakers make money?”
There are all sorts of types of bets you can make on matches. The term thrown around to describe these bet types is betting markets. We break them all down for you in this guide.
Remember: there’s no such thing as a free lunch! It’s important to do your research and determine how much a bonus is actually worth before giving away your hard-earned money and valuable user data to a site.
Once you have a basic understanding of what expected value is and how it’s applied to esports betting, you can figure how much your bets stand to win or lose, on average.
In this guide we explain implied probability and take a look at a key metric in identifying what a profitable bet looks like before you make it, the breakeven point.
Any losses on your first bet on TI9 (no combo/parlay allowed) will be automatically refunded (up to $25).