The platform has just reported its 2-millionth wager placed on its platform, ambitiously teasing users that Stake.com would be waiting for them once again at the three million bets mark.
Stake has been a diverse blockchain operator, offering a variety of betting and gaming content to keep users entertain in the absence of traditional sports due to COVID-19.
Thanks to the diversification which was part of Stake.com's original strategy, the platform has been able to keep a good level of engagement with users despite the decline in sports betting operations. In June, the platform launched a dedicated Keno promotion for Ethereum users and a day before that, we reported on a Best Game Knockout Tournament.
In May, Stake.com launched its Darts Offer, complementing the already launched Crypto Title Slide. Without doubt, Stake.com has been quite apt in adapting to the quick changes necessitated by a global pandemic, offering alternative casino and betting experiences.
Many sports betting portals have had to get creative by introducing what was previously considered markets that were too small to attract any interest. Stake.com also used the pause in operations to add a live streaming feature.
While the sports betting world has been in fits and starts for the most of the past four months, igaming has been picking up. Operators such as Bitcasino.io and TrueFlip have seen a steady influx of new players and existing ones playing more. Many sports bettors have also been cross sold to the world of igaming too, finding the blockchain to be a convenient platform.
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