Esports is ever strong, growing by leaps and bounds. There are prize pools of extraordinary size on offer.
Major tournaments are captivating fans in all of the big leagues, and you can be sure that betting sites are on top of them. Which site reigns supreme?
The top place goes to….”
Dota, Fortite and League of Legends are surprisingly not top contenders. It is Rainbow Six. The spotlight is shining on it now that Pro League Europe is well underway.
As for Team Empire, it is looking good. Overwatch is attracting attention as well while OWL is about blast off into the playoffs. So, what about Shock and the Atlanta Reign? They both are undefeated in Stage 4.
Crowd favorite is said to be CS:GO, a shining star. The ESL ONE New York is about to take off on the heels of StarLadder Berlin Major.
Don’t fail to take a look at Astralis looking to beat Team Liquid in a major event final. They certainly have a stake in becoming the world’s best. The latter may be the one to prevail in the Grand Finals.
The playoffs are going to be tough and exiting. Watch for some payback from the NRG eSports squad after a rout in 2018. But remember, anything can happen.
Revenue winners in the limelight
Among the various contenders, some are clearly top revenue producers. Fortnite for one is on the top of the list for professional players and high esports earnings. After 321 tournaments, it brought in 62,852,450.25 dollars.
Don’t discount Dota 2, the most popular game in Asia. It reached second place with 43,492,410.34 over 153 tournaments.
League of Legends is way down in fifth, but it still had considerable prize money awarded and 6,514,307.00 dollars taken in over 146 tournaments.
There is more to come (the Worlds) and esports is about to see a boost in prizes and revenues. Who will come out as the frontrunner is a toss up if you care to wager.