Meistriliiga is the most competitive football championship in the country, mixing both professional and semi-amateur football clubs who compete through November when the champion is crowned.
The new addition will allow Wagerr to bolster its football offering over the Summer, ensuring the platform is not falling behind too badly despite the lack of professional sports. In fact, many events have already returned already, including the Bundesliga, NASCAR, UFC, and Ireland is going to restore horse racing come June 8.
🚨New League Added 🚨
Meistriliiga is the highest division of the Estonian Football Association annual football championship.
A mix of professional and amateur teams fight it out until November.
— Wagerr (@wagerrx) May 17, 2020
Wagerr has padded out its existing offer with other events, including esports. Esports have been a momentary buoy for many crypto sportsbooks which have tried to keep their head above water in challenging circumstances.
Esports have proven a much more valuable source of activity than expected with significant boosts to wagering reported. While the staying power of such new markets is yet to be seen, there has been a tremendous growth in the betting amount in the segment.
CryptoGamblingNews reported on several developments concerning the addition of esports wagers, not least FortuneJack and Cloudbet both launching. Before FortuneJack and Cloudbet made a transition towards esports, NoLimitCoin also suggested it would seek to offer changes.
As to Wagerr, the platform has been reporting strong results. While volume has dropped somewhat, Wagerr has been indefatigable in posting regular updates and adding more markets. Previously, Wagerr announced that it was adding Belarussian football, which is one of the most bet on sports events since the global lockdown began in February.