Cloudbet elevates UFC 250 offering with in-play markets

As Amanda Nunes prepares to protect her winning streak in women’s UFC this weekend, Bitcoin sportsbook and casino Cloudbet has revealed that it will be offering a range of betting markets on the event.

Cloudbet confirmed that it will be offering up to 28 prop markets per fight, on outcomes including win by KO/TKO and in which round a bout will end. Nunes won her featherweight title by knocking Cris Cyborg out during UFC 232, and players can bet on the same outcome for Felicia Spencer.

“All eyes will be on whether Amanda Nunes can make history,” a Cloudbet spokesman said. “We’re trying to create maximum engagement and excitement around that fight and the rest of UFC 250.”

Bettors will be able to wager on outcomes using a range of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum.

UFC 249 last month marked the return of the competition following a two-month global shutdown of live sport. The Ferguson-Gaethje and Cejudo-Cruz title fights were the Cloudbet sportsbook’s biggest events by turnover in the week that UFC 249 took place.

In addition to the enhanced UFC offering, Cloudbet recently strengthened its esports portfolio by allowing punters to bet on titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and FIFA 20.

Cloudbet customers are able to place in-play bets using cryptocurrency on a variety of esports events everyday, including League of Legends, Overwatch, NBA 2K, StarCraft, Rainbow Six, Rocket League, Call of Duty and King of Glory.

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