Leading South African sports betting site, World Sports Betting have this week announced the launch of their Live E-sport streaming service for events from around the world.
Any person over 18 can register for an account at www.wsb.co.za to access the FREE streaming.
Available events include DOTA, Counter Strike and League of Legends.
Gaming enthusiasts can now stay on top of the action wherever they are by simply logging onto wsb.co.za on their PC or Laptop. Mobile streaming will also be available soon.
“E-sports is a growing industry, and we realize that” said Ryno Du Plessis, National marketing manager at World Sports Betting.
“It is becoming more and more popular and WSB is not a brand that gets left behind by trends. We consider ourselves market innovators and we are proud to announce that we are the first bookmaker in Africa to offer streaming on E-sports.”
World Sports Betting also offers free streaming of local horse racing as well as certain Tennis, Soccer, Ice Hockey and Basketball matches with more to come soon.
Ivan Zaltsman, the Chief Information Officer at World Sports Betting calls the streaming of E-Sports a “Huge step forward” for the organization.
“All streaming content is 100% legal and licensed directly though the relevant E-Sports Leagues, which allows us the advantage of up to a 60 seconds advantage on the Worlds leading E-Sports Streaming site twitch.tv, visitors to World Sports Betting need only look for the little green icon to know which in-play events are currently being streamed live,” said Ivan.
World Sports Betting is a registered bookmaker, licensed by the Gauteng Gaming Board.
They invite gaming enthusiasts 18 and over to visit their site and enjoy the matches from around the world live.
Until the end of October, World Sports Betting invites MyBroadband users the opportunity to sign up using the voucher code “MYBB” allowing them to see for themselves the enhanced video broadcast of our E-Sport Tournaments from around the world.
World Sports Betting is proud to offer these services, a first in Africa!
This article was published in partnership with World Sports Betting.