eSoccer Betting Tips Nigeria

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What is Electronic Betting or eSoccer

Electronic Betting, also sometimes called eSoccer, has just recently become available and is becoming more and more popular. It is not Virtual sports, but rather, falls under the eSports category. Unlike the other eSports competitions, like DOTA 2, Counterstrike and COD, eSoccer Leagues are a FIFA game, so if you know how to bet on soccer games, you can easily follow and bet on Electronic Leagues. The first eSoccer was he FIFA 20 Quaranteam tournament, which was initially put together by Leyton Football Club. Almost all the English clubs joined in and it was used to raise funds for charities to assist teams in need.

How does eSoccer Betting work

So, how does Electronic Betting work? What you need to be aware of is that even though you are betting on a team to win the match, there is only one person playing for that team. So, you are actually betting on the person. Each team competing in the Electronic League will nominate one of their players to play the FIFA game on their behalf.

Electronic League Predictions

As this is such a new betting product, there is not much historical data about it and how teams have performed. As such it is very difficult to make predictions on the outcome of the various Electronic eSoccer matches. As soon as we start to gather more and more data, we will be able to provide the same predictions you have come to trust on JackpotPredictions Nigeria.

Electronic League Results and Livescores

Stay tuned as we will soon be providing live scores and results for Electronic League matches

Which betting sites offer eSoccer Betting and which Markets?

This is such a new betting product, but already a few Nigeria betting sites are offering betting on Electronic League games. These include Bet9ja, Merrybet, Sportybet and Nairabet. As it becomes more and more popular more markets will become available but for now it is mainly 1X2.

Useful resources
eSports Nigeria Body
African Gaming League