By featuring esports at the very top, BetProtocol has attested its commitment to innovation, combining blockchain technologies with esports betting products. The move is designed to attract operators who want to power their own blockchain solution and offer esports betting but don't have proprietor software to do so.
Previously, BetProtocol had prioritised its casino offering, and while this is still a major part of its product set, esports has now taken the number one spot.
The landing page also shows off its impressive partner integrations. These currently feature a number of established brands, including Chainlink, Elrond, Ankr, Matic, Nexo, KuCoin, BitGo, Band Protocol, utrust and OKB.
This network is bound to expand further, BetProtocol has said on multiple occasions, continually looking to grow the company's ecosystem. Apart from esports betting, though, BetProtocol features a variety of other products, including but not limited to:
- Compliant Custody
- Casino and Slots
- Custom Templates
- Security and RegTech
- Analytics and Odds
To ensure affordability, BetProtocol has offered several pricing plans. The esports betting one is worth €5,000 per month and includes four esports betting titles. An €8,000 plan exists that features all casino and esports products available by the company.
BetProtocol is hoping to see a boom in the development of new blockchain websites. However, it also seeks to standardise the technology that defines them. Having a series of websites powered by BetProtocol is the equivalent of what SBTech has achieved in the sports betting segment.
Today, many esports blockchain portals use proprietor technology, and that's a great thing. SportsBet.io and Cloudbet.io both offer excellent esports betting markets. For companies that cannot develop the technological platform, however, BetProtocol offers a timely and worthwhile solution.
Care to find out more about BetProtocol's mission? Don't miss out our special Q&A with BetProtocol COO Justin Wu.