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“The International”, which is the biggest Dota 2 tournament have had a prize pool of more than $20 million! This is way more than many traditional sports have had, such as the Super Bowl in American football, the NBA in basket and the Masters in golf.
By 2016, League of Legends had an active, monthly player base of more than a hundred million players! Being one of the biggest eSport games, it may not come as a surprise that League of Legends is the most popular game to place bets on.
The sound effect when you hit someone in Overwatch is actually a beer bottle being opened played in reverse.
South Korean players are dominating the competitive scene in Starcraft 2! As of the end of 2016, South Korean players have had a 66% share of a total $21million paid out from tournaments. To put this in perspective, Chinese players who are ranking in on number two have only earned a 3,5% share.
For the year 2016, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 had a tournament with a bigger prize pool than CS:GO! This had an amazing amount of $2,000,000.00 compared to the biggest one in CS:GO which had $1,400,000.00.
Smite has been a heavily criticized eSport game by Hindu leaders who have claimed the game to be an insult to them as player-controlled Hindu gods are being represented. Therefore they have demanded that all Hindu gods should be removed. As a response to this, the game developers have chosen to add even more Hindu gods.
Many professional CS:GO players have complained that too many tournaments are being held. They’re simply getting burned out travelling from one tournament to another playing CS:GO
Rumors in the eBetFinder office say that World of Tanks was created by a Belarussian company because nothing beats drinking vodka straight out of the bottle while blowing shit up.