Esports predictions are usually made by people with a lot ofexperience, they briefly describe an event and the status of the teams at the time of the game. The analysis requires a lot of time and knowledge, a few days and a lot of effort of the entire special team is spent to create it.

Following are some tips for betting on esports:

1.Start small betting on esports

As a rule of thumb, the more bets you place, the more experienced you become, and similarly; the more bets you place, the more chance you have of actually winning one! So, instead of risking large sums, employing an alternate strategy, such as Percentage Staking is advisable. Simply pick a percentage of your total bank, for example 10-25%, and place a series of smaller bets capped at that amount instead of risking everything in one.

2.Play it safe and take care for betting

We know it sounds silly, but we also know that the big numbers are the most tempting. Take it easy, do the research, and don’t take foolish wagers that are impossible to win. Leave that to the pros, or at the very least wait until you’ve built up your bankroll and are wagering with surplus. As you become more comfortable betting, you’ll become more adept at gauging potential risk factors prior to taking bets.

3.Whatever you are beeting,first do your homework and research

Anybody and everybody that sees success with betting on eSports has put in plenty of time into either researching, watching, or playing their favorite game. Not to mention, that some competitive games and esports matches are easier to digest, understand, and bet on than others.

If you are still unfamiliar with your preferred eSports game, then take the time to play it or study in excess. This can be especially useful for pre-game betting, especially when studied alongside the competitor’s backlog of video content on YouTube.

4.Separate your finances

 For the most part, when betting online, you will deposit into a ‘Real Money Balance’. When first starting out, punters generally stick to one site, however as you begin to incorporate more advanced strategies and multiple websites, it can become difficult to moderate your bankroll.

5.Keep sheets and use practice sheets

When placing multiple bets, especially with strategies such as Percentage Staking as mentioned above, keeping track of your bets can be as difficult as monitoring your funds. Most die-hard punters will keep spreadsheets or tables that keep track of: their total bankroll, their bets and respective odds, their daily losses and daily earnings; as well as the site that the bet was placed with. This will enable you to monitor broader strategies, such as matched betting or the arbitrage strategy with relative ease.

Whilst we’re on the topic of keeping sheets, it’s worth making you aware of Practice Sheets. With practice sheets, you do exactly that: practice. You simply keep sheets, as mentioned above, but monitor hypothetical bets on real games with your own limited play money. This will allow you to refine strategies prior to risking your real funds!

Conclusion

Betting with your head instead of your heart is all about making smart bets based on odds rather than emotions. Sometimes it’s a good idea to bet on the numbers rather than who you think will win, because this can represent a better value if the odds are in your favor.

Tips for betting on esports