BETBY grows esports portfolio with Rocket League addition

Sports betting supplier BETBY has strengthened its esports portfolio with the addition of a Rocket League variant to its Betby.Games offering.

The new addition will deliver a range of markets and betting options, and can be integrated and active for an operator via an API integration.

Developed by EPIC Games, Rocket League is a vehicular multi-player soccer game, which has become one of the most popular titles among esports audiences.

Commenting on the new product, Leonid Pertsovskiy, Chief Executive Officer at BETBY, said: “We are delighted to be adding another exciting title to our Betby.Games line of products with the addition of yet another esports event.

“Esports has seen an impressive surge in interest recently and it continues to be one of the fastest growing verticals in the industry. Our multi-product approach continues to bear fruit and we can’t wait to see how our new game is received, with plenty more in the pipeline too, so watch this space!”

The new title will join Football and Basketball in the supplier’s expanding selection of esports products, joining live games alongside the provider’s sportsbook offering. BETBY also confirmed that it is currently developing Tennis and combat sports competitions which will be added to the supplier’s growing portfolio.

Earlier this year, BETBY added to its esports range with the addition of eBasketball. The basketball solution provides sportsbooks with 24/7 betting options, offering markets on competitive matches featuring classic teams, all-time favourites and modern rosters.

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