BETER has announced the extension of its esports portfolio, with the addition of one of the world’s most prestigious and popular games, Dota 2.
The company’s international esports organiser, EsportsBattle, will create and manage tournaments that will run for 11 days, with five teams, each consisting of five 7k-8k MMR members doing battle in a round-robin format with a single elimination final.
There will be up to 120 best-of-three matches each month across the series, with each match having an average map duration of 60 minutes. BETER will also provide live streaming, lived data and odds for all Dota 2 matches.
Evgeniy Bekker, Esports GM at BETER, says: “Our team has decades of experience, and used best practice to successfully launch the new tournaments, and we are happy to showcase it at ICE 2023 in London.”
Full details of the BETER esports portfolio is available here.