Sportsflare To Collaborate With HUDstats In First-of-Its-Kind Betting Widget

As part of a new esports data relationship, Sportsflare will collaborate with HUDstats on a first-of-its-kind positional betting widget for CS:GO, League of Legends, and Dota 2.

Both parties will contribute complementary and best-in-class talents to design and bring unique esports solutions to market, according to the Tiidal Gaming Group subsidiary, resulting in a full software package for sportsbook partners.

Positional betting widget

Sportsflare’s Founder and CEO, Max Polaczuk, said: “We are delighted to work with HUDstats, as we both share the same vision for what esports betting should look like now, and in the future. Our positional betting widget will be the first exemplar of what we can provide when combining our skills and resources.“

The positional odds betting widget is given via an iFrame interface as a feed. It lets users to wager on the location of the next event happening across the three major esports titles, and is described as a “hyper engaging betting category.”

Players can ‘wager, result, and repeat’ several times throughout a single esports map since these ‘micromarkets’ have a quick payout cycle.

In League of Legends and Dota, key micromarkets include which team will make the next kill, as well as which team will destroy the next tower in League of Legends and Dota, and which bomb site will be put in CS:GO.

HUDstats’ Founder and CEO, Andrei Balanescu, added: “We consider this partnership a huge step forward. Sportsflare’s innovative in-play odds brought just what we needed to complement our unique data visualisation solutions. Together, we will push the boundaries of esports betting.”

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