Betting Dictionary

📚 The dictionary of all bets and what they mean.

Moneyline

In short, this is a bet that is used to pick the winner of the game. This means that you are picking either a specific team (in team sports) or individual (in player sports) to beat their opponent to win the entire match. This is often represented as “ML” in bet formats, and may be of any bet length

Examples: Phillies ML, New York Knicks Moneyline, Eagles 1st Half ML

Spread

A “point spread” is a bet on the margin of victory in a sporting event. The perceived stronger team (the favorite) must win by a certain number of points/runs/goals to cash your bet. While, the underdog may lose by fewer than that same amount of points, or win the game to cash this bet. Here’s an example:

The Ravens are a -7 point favorite against the Jets. That makes the New York Jets a +7 underdog. Here are scenarios in which this bet hits or misses:

  • Ravens win by 8+ points: Ravens bettors win
  • Ravens win by 1-6 points: Jets bettors win
  • Jets win the game: Jets bettors win
  • Ravens win by exactly 7: It’s a push, and bets are refunded
  • Jets lose by exactly 7: It’s a push, and bets are refunded

Spread bets may also be seen in the Sports Data Now system on individual sports like Tennis where an individual can beat or lose to their opponent by a certain amount of sets or games. Examples include Alcaraz +3.5 Sets or Rune +5.5 Games.

Total

In the SDN system, a Total Bet is representative of the bet you’d see on the first page of a sportsbook. Specifically, a Total is a bet on both teams/individuals in a game to score under or over a combined amount of points, goals, runs, etc.

This bet may be on a full-game or a subsect of the game such as 1st Half, 1st 5 Innings, Full game, etc.

Examples: Phillies/Mets o9.5 Runs, Eagles/Giants u41.5 Points, Sixers/Knicks u211.5 Points

Prop Types

Player

A player prop, short for “player proposition,” in sports betting refers to a specific type of bet where the focus is on individual players rather than the outcome of a game or event. With player props, bettors wager on the performance of a particular player, such as their statistics, achievements, or actions during a game.

Some common examples of player props include:

  1. Player Points:

    • Betting on how many points a basketball player will score in a game.
    • Wagering on the number of goals or assists a soccer player will record in a match. Embiid o35.5 Points + Rebounds
  2. Player Yardage:

    • Betting on the total passing or rushing yards a football quarterback will accumulate in a game. E.g. Mahomes o250.5 Passing Yards
    • Wagering on the number of receiving yards a wide receiver will gain in a match.
  3. Player Home Runs:

    • Betting on whether a baseball player will hit a home run in a game. Schwarber to hit 1+ HR
  4. Player Rebounds:

    • Wagering on the number of rebounds a basketball player will grab during a game.
  5. Player Assists:

    • Betting on the number of assists a hockey player will provide in a game.

Player props can be diverse and cover various aspects of a player’s performance. Sportsbooks set specific lines or benchmarks for each prop, and bettors can choose to bet on whether the player’s actual performance will be over or under that line. The odds for player props are determined based on the player’s historical performance, opponent strength, and other relevant factors.

Player prop bets add an extra layer of excitement and engagement to sports betting, as they allow bettors to focus on individual player performances rather than just the overall outcome of a game.

Team

A team prop, in sports betting, refers to a type of wager where bettors place bets on specific outcomes or statistical performances of a particular team during a game or event, rather than betting on the overall result of the game. Team props allow bettors to focus on individual team performances and can cover various aspects of a team’s play.

Here are some examples of team prop bets, along with how a capper might specify them on Twitter:

  1. Team Total Points:

    • Example Pick: “🔥NBA Pick🏀: Take the Over 112.5 Team Points for the Los Angeles Lakers tonight. They have a favorable matchup against a struggling defense, and they average over 118 points per game this season. #NBA #SportsBetting”
  2. First Team to Score:

    • Example Pick: “⚽️Soccer Pick⚽️: Bet on Manchester City as the First Team to Score in their match against Arsenal. Manchester City’s attacking prowess gives them an edge to find the net early in the game. #EPL #SoccerBetting”
  3. Team Total Goals:

    • Example Pick: “🏒NHL Pick🥅: The Boston Bruins’ offense has been on fire lately, scoring an average of 4 goals per game. Bet Over 3.5 Team Goals as they face a struggling defense tonight. #NHL #HockeyBetting”
  4. Team Total Rebounds:

    • Example Pick: “🏀NCAA Pick🏀: Take the Under 38.5 Team Rebounds for Team X. They are up against a taller and more physical opponent, and their rebounding has been inconsistent lately. #MarchMadness #CollegeBasketball”
  5. Team Total Assists:

    • Example Pick: “🏀NBA Pick🏀: Bet on the Golden State Warriors to exceed 30.5 Team Assists. They play an unselfish style, and their ball movement is exceptional, leading to plenty of assists. #NBA #BasketballBetting”
  6. Total Touchdowns Scored by a Team:

    • Example Pick: “🏈NFL Pick🏈: The Kansas City Chiefs’ high-powered offense is expected to put on a show tonight. Take Over 3.5 Total Touchdowns for the Chiefs against a weakened defense. #NFL #FootballBetting”

Game

A game prop, in sports betting, refers to a type of wager where bettors place bets on specific outcomes, events, or statistical performances that occur during a particular game or event. Game props allow bettors to focus on specific aspects of a game rather than betting on the overall outcome.

Here are some examples of game prop bets, along with how a capper might specify them on Twitter:

  1. Coin Toss Outcome (for NFL or Super Bowl):

    • Example Pick: “🏈NFL Prop Bet🔮: Bet on ‘Heads’ for the Coin Toss in tonight’s game. The coin has landed heads in the last three matchups between these teams. #NFL #SuperBowl #PropBet”
  2. Player to Score First Goal (for Soccer):

    • Example Pick: “⚽️Soccer Prop🥅: Back Lionel Messi as the First Goal Scorer in today’s match. He’s in great form and has scored early goals in recent games. #Soccer #PropBet”
  3. Total Sacks in a Football Game (for NFL):

    • Example Pick: “🏈NFL Prop Pick💥: Take the Over 4.5 Total Sacks in the Monday Night Football game. Both teams have aggressive defenses, and the QBs have been under pressure lately. #NFL #MondayNightFootball”
  4. Total Three-Pointers Made (for NBA):

    • Example Pick: “🏀NBA Prop Bet🎯: Bet on the Over 15.5 Total Three-Pointers Made in the game between Team A and Team B. Both teams have sharpshooters, and they love to shoot from beyond the arc. #NBA #PropBet”
  5. Total Hits in a Baseball Game (for MLB):

    • Example Pick: “⚾️MLB Prop Pick⚾️: Expect a physical matchup tonight. Take the Over 8.5 Total Hits between Team X and Team Y. Both lineups have been hitting well recently. #MLB #BaseballBetting”
  6. First Scoring Play (for NFL):

    • Example Pick: “🏈NFL Prop Bet🏈: Bet on a Touchdown as the First Scoring Play in today’s game. Both offenses are potent and likely to strike early. #NFL #PropBet”

Game prop bets add excitement and engagement to sports betting by allowing bettors to focus on specific events or player performances within a game. As with any betting advice on social media, do your research and consider the capper’s credibility and past performance before making your wagers.

Cross Sport

A cross-sport prop, also known as a cross-sport proposition or cross-sport bet, in sports betting refers to a unique type of wager that involves combining events or statistics from different sports into a single bet. With cross-sport props, bettors have the opportunity to bet on outcomes that involve players, teams, or statistics from multiple sports contests.

Here are a few examples of cross-sport prop bets:

  1. Touchdown Passes vs. Home Runs:

    • Betting on whether a quarterback will throw more touchdown passes in a football game than a baseball player hitting home runs in their baseball game.
  2. Points + Rebounds vs. Goals Scored:

    • Wagering on whether a basketball player will score more points and rebounds combined than the number of goals scored in a hockey game.
  3. Total Strikeouts vs. Goals Allowed:

    • Betting on whether a baseball pitcher will record more strikeouts than the number of goals allowed by a hockey team in their respective games.
  4. Total Combined Points vs. Golf Score:

    • Wagering on whether the total points scored in a basketball game will be higher or lower than a golfer’s final score in a golf tournament.

Cross-sport props are intriguing and add an element of creativity to sports betting as they require comparisons between different sports and their outcomes. Sportsbooks may offer various cross-sport props, especially during major sporting events like the Super Bowl, where bettors have a wide range of choices and can explore unique betting opportunities.

As with any prop bet, understanding the statistics, trends, and factors affecting the players and teams involved is essential to make informed and strategic cross-sport prop bets.

Parlay

Parlays are a combination of single bets, coupled together to achieve greater odds. Each single bet in a parlay is referred to as a leg, and all legs of a parlay must cash in order for the bet as a whole to cash.

If one or more legs of a parlay is voided/pushed, and the other legs hit, then the parlay odds are re-calculated using only the legs that hit (excluding the voided legs).

Teaser

In sports betting, a teaser is a type of wager very similar to a parlay in that it combines multiple bets into one single bet. The key feature of a teaser is that it allows the bettor to adjust the point spread or total (over/under) of each individual bet in their favor, but at the cost of reduced odds.

When placing a teaser bet, the bettor selects two or more teams or events they want to wager on, just like in a parlay bet. However, in a teaser, the bettor can adjust the point spread or total by a certain number of points in their favor for each selection. The most common teaser options are 6, 6.5, 7, or 10 points, though different sportsbooks may offer various teaser options.

The benefit of a teaser is that it increases the bettor’s chances of winning because they can adjust the point spread or total in their favor. However, in return for this advantage, the odds of the teaser bet are reduced compared to standard parlay bets. The more points the bettor chooses to adjust the lines, the lower the potential payout will be.

It’s important to note that the rules and options for teasers can vary depending on the sportsbook and the specific sport being wagered on. Always check the rules and odds at your chosen sportsbook before placing a teaser bet.

Future

In sports betting, a future bet, also known as an outright bet or a futures wager, is a type of bet in which the bettor places a wager on the outcome of a long-term event or championship that will be determined in the future. Unlike typical bets that are settled shortly after the conclusion of a game or event, future bets can take weeks, months, or even an entire season to resolve.

Some common examples of future bets include:

Championship Winner: Betting on which team or individual will win a league championship, such as the Super Bowl in American football, the NBA Finals in basketball, or the World Series in baseball. Season MVP: Wagering on the player who will be named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of a particular sports league during its regular season. Top Scorer: Betting on the athlete who will score the most points, goals, or runs during a league’s regular season. Conference or Division Winners: Predicting which team will win a specific conference or division within a league. Award Winners: Betting on recipients of various individual awards, such as Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, or Defensive Player of the Year.

The main advantage of future bets is the potential for higher payouts compared to regular game-by-game bets. However, since the outcomes are determined far in advance, the bettor’s money remains tied up until the event’s conclusion. Additionally, future bets often come with a higher level of uncertainty, as injuries, team dynamics, and other unforeseen factors can significantly impact the eventual outcome.

Bet lengths

Basketball:

  1. First-Half Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the first half of a basketball game.
  2. Quarter Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of a specific quarter in a basketball game.
  3. Half-Time Bets: Placing bets on the outcome, point spread, or total score during halftime of a basketball game.

Football:

  1. First-Half Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the first half of a football game.
  2. Quarter Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of a specific quarter in a football game.
  3. Half-Time Bets: Placing bets on the outcome, point spread, or total score during halftime of a football game.

Baseball:

  1. First 5 Innings Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the first 5 innings of a baseball game.
  2. In baseball, you can also bet on any specific inning. The most common bets other than First 5 Innings or “F5” are the game props NRFI (No Runs First Inning) and YRFI (Yes Runs First Inning), meaning yes or no that runs are scored in the first inning.

Hockey:

  1. First Period Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the first period in a hockey game.
  2. Second Period Bets: Placing bets on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the second period in a hockey game.
  3. Third Period Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the third period in a hockey game.
  4. First 60 Minutes Bets: Wagering on the outcome of a hockey game, excluding overtime or shootout.

Soccer:

  1. First-Half Bets: Betting on the outcome, point spread, or total score of the first half of a soccer match.
  2. Half-Time Bets: Placing bets on the outcome, point spread, or total score during halftime of a soccer match.

Props by Sport

In sports, there are numerous proposition bets, commonly known as “props,” that bettors can place wagers on. Props allow bettors to focus on specific events or individual player performances within a basketball game. The exact props offered can vary depending on the sport, sportsbook and the level of the game (NBA, college basketball, international basketball, etc.), but here are some common props by sport:

Tennis

In tennis, there are various betting props available for bettors to wager on. While tennis props may not be as extensive as other sports, there are still several exciting options to engage in tennis betting. Here’s a list of common tennis props:

  1. Set Betting: Betting on the correct score of sets in a tennis match (e.g., 2-0, 2-1, 3-1).

  2. Match Winner: Betting on which player will win the match.

  3. Total Games: Betting on the total number of games played in the match (over/under).

  4. Total Sets: Betting on the total number of sets played in the match (over/under).

  5. Game Handicap: Betting on the number of games that one player will win more than the other, factored into the final match result.

  6. Set Handicap: Betting on the number of sets that one player will win more than the other, factored into the final match result.

  7. First Set Winner: Betting on which player will win the first set of the match.

  8. Tiebreak in Match: Betting on whether there will be a tiebreak in the match.

  9. Tiebreak in Set: Betting on whether there will be a tiebreak in a specific set.

  10. Total Aces: Betting on the total number of aces served by a specific player in the match.

  11. Total Double Faults: Betting on the total number of double faults committed by a specific player in the match.

  12. Player to Win a Set: Betting on whether a specific player will win at least one set in the match.

  13. Correct Score (Individual Set): Betting on the correct score of an individual set in the match.

  14. First Player to Break Serve: Betting on which player will break their opponent’s serve first.

  15. Time of First Break: Betting on the specific game in which the first break of serve will occur.

  16. Player to Win the Most Games: Betting on which player will win the most games in the match.

  17. Total Match Duration (Over/Under): Betting on the total duration of the match in terms of minutes or hours.

  18. Player to Win the First Point of the Match: Betting on which player will win the first point of the match.

Football

  1. Player Touchdowns: Betting on the total number of touchdowns scored by a specific player in the game.

  2. Player Receiving Yards: Betting on the total number of receiving yards gained by a specific player in the game.

  3. Player Rushing Yards: Betting on the total number of rushing yards gained by a specific player in the game.

  4. Player Passing Yards: Betting on the total number of passing yards gained by a specific player in the game.

  5. Player Receptions: Betting on the total number of receptions made by a specific player in the game.

  6. Player Interceptions: Betting on the total number of interceptions made by a specific player in the game.

  7. Team Total Points: Betting on the total number of points scored by a specific team in the game.

  8. Team Total Yards: Betting on the total number of yards gained by a specific team in the game.

  9. First Scoring Play: Betting on whether the first scoring play in the game will be a touchdown, field goal, safety, or any other outcome.

  10. Over/Under Total Points: Betting on whether the combined total points scored by both teams will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.

  11. Longest Touchdown: Betting on the length of the longest touchdown scored in the game.

  12. First Team to Score: Betting on which team will score the first points in the game.

  13. Last Team to Score: Betting on which team will score the last points in the game.

  14. Total Passing Yards: Betting on the total number of passing yards accumulated by both teams in the game.

  15. Total Rushing Yards: Betting on the total number of rushing yards accumulated by both teams in the game.

  16. Coin Toss Outcome: Betting on whether the coin toss will result in heads or tails.

  17. Total Sacks: Betting on the total number of sacks made by both teams in the game.

  18. Total Turnovers: Betting on the total number of turnovers (fumbles, interceptions) in the game.

  19. Winning Margin: Betting on the margin of victory for the winning team.

  20. Race to Points: Betting on which team will reach a certain number of points first (e.g., first team to score 20 points).

Hockey

  1. Player Goals: Betting on the total number of goals scored by a specific player in the game.

  2. Player Assists: Betting on the total number of assists recorded by a specific player in the game.

  3. Player Points: Betting on the total points (goals + assists) recorded by a specific player in the game.

  4. Player Shots on Goal: Betting on the total number of shots on goal by a specific player in the game.

  5. Player Power Play Points: Betting on the total points (goals + assists) recorded by a specific player during power play opportunities.

  6. Team Total Goals: Betting on the total number of goals scored by a specific team in the game.

  7. Team Total Shots on Goal: Betting on the total number of shots on goal recorded by a specific team in the game.

  8. First Team to Score: Betting on which team will score the first goal in the game.

  9. Last Team to Score: Betting on which team will score the last goal in the game.

  10. Over/Under Total Goals: Betting on whether the combined total goals scored by both teams will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.

  11. First Period Goals: Betting on the total number of goals scored in the first period of the game.

  12. Race to Goals: Betting on which team will reach a certain number of goals first (e.g., first team to score 3 goals).

  13. Total Power Play Opportunities: Betting on the total number of power play opportunities in the game.

  14. Total Penalty Minutes: Betting on the total number of penalty minutes accumulated by both teams in the game.

  15. Winning Margin: Betting on the margin of victory for the winning team.

  16. Odd/Even Goals: Betting on whether the total number of goals scored in the game will be an odd or even number.

  17. Total Goals by Period: Betting on the total number of goals scored in each period of the game.

  18. Team to Score First Power Play Goal: Betting on which team will score the first power play goal in the game.

Baseball

  1. Player Hits: Betting on the total number of hits recorded by a specific player in the game.

  2. Player Home Runs: Betting on the total number of home runs hit by a specific player in the game.

  3. Player RBIs (Runs Batted In): Betting on the total number of RBIs recorded by a specific player in the game.

  4. Player Strikeouts: Betting on the total number of strikeouts accumulated by a specific player in the game.

  5. Player Total Bases: Betting on the total number of bases (singles, doubles, triples, and home runs) accumulated by a specific player in the game.

  6. Team Total Runs: Betting on the total number of runs scored by a specific team in the game.

  7. Team Total Hits: Betting on the total number of hits recorded by a specific team in the game.

  8. First Scoring Play: Betting on whether the first scoring play in the game will be a home run, a single, a double, a triple, or an error.

  9. Over/Under Total Runs: Betting on whether the combined total runs scored by both teams will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.

  10. First Inning Run Scored: Betting on whether a run will be scored in the first inning of the game.

  11. Team to Score First: Betting on which team will score the first run of the game.

  12. Team to Score Last: Betting on which team will score the last run of the game.

  13. Total Hits, Runs, and Errors (HRE): Betting on the combined total of hits, runs, and errors in the game.

  14. Pitcher Strikeouts (Over/Under): Betting on whether a specific pitcher’s total strikeouts will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.

  15. Hits Allowed by Pitcher (Over/Under): Betting on whether a specific pitcher will allow over or under a certain number of hits in the game.

  16. Walks Allowed by Pitcher (Over/Under): Betting on whether a specific pitcher will allow over or under a certain number of walks in the game.

  17. Pitcher Outs (Over/Under): Betting on whether a specific pitcher will achieve over or under a certain number of outs in the game.

Basketball

  1. Player Points: Betting on the total points scored by a specific player in the game.

  2. Player Rebounds: Betting on the total rebounds collected by a specific player in the game.

  3. Player Assists: Betting on the total assists made by a specific player in the game.

  4. Player Steals: Betting on the total steals recorded by a specific player in the game.

  5. Player Blocks: Betting on the total blocks made by a specific player in the game.

  6. Player Three-Pointers Made: Betting on the total three-pointers made by a specific player in the game.

  7. Player Double-Double: Betting on whether a specific player will achieve a double-double (e.g., 10+ points and 10+ rebounds) in the game.

  8. Player Triple-Double: Betting on whether a specific player will achieve a triple-double (e.g., 10+ points, 10+ rebounds, and 10+ assists) in the game.

  9. Team Total Points: Betting on the total points scored by a specific team in the game.

  10. Team Total Three-Pointers Made: Betting on the total three-pointers made by a specific team in the game.

  11. First Team to Score: Betting on which team will score first in the game.

  12. Last Team to Score: Betting on which team will score last in the game.

  13. First Basket Scorer: Betting on which player will score the first basket of the game.

  14. Winning Margin: Betting on the margin of victory for the winning team.

  15. Total Points Odd/Even: Betting on whether the total points scored in the game will be an odd or even number.

  16. Race to Points: Betting on which team will reach a certain point total first (e.g., first team to 20 points).

  17. Team to Score First 10 Points: Betting on which team will be the first to score 10 points in the game.

  18. Halftime/End of Game Lead: Betting on which team will be leading at halftime and at the end of the game.

Racing

In racing sports, such as horse racing and car racing (e.g., Formula 1, NASCAR), there are several exciting betting props that bettors can wager on. These props add an extra layer of excitement and engagement to racing events. Here’s a list of common racing betting props:

Horse Racing:

  1. Win Bet: Betting on a horse to win the race.

  2. Place Bet: Betting on a horse to finish in the top two or three positions, depending on the number of runners.

  3. Show Bet: Betting on a horse to finish in the top three positions.

  4. Across the Board: Combining win, place, and show bets on the same horse.

  5. Exacta: Betting on the two horses that will finish first and second in the correct order.

  6. Quinella: Betting on the two horses that will finish first and second in any order.

  7. Trifecta: Betting on the three horses that will finish first, second, and third in the correct order.

  8. Superfecta: Betting on the four horses that will finish first, second, third, and fourth in the correct order.

  9. Daily Double: Betting on the winners of two consecutive races.

  10. Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Pick 6: Betting on the winners of three, four, five, or six consecutive races, respectively.

  11. Head-to-Head Matchup: Betting on one horse to finish ahead of another horse in a specific matchup.

Car Racing (e.g., Formula 1, NASCAR):

  1. Race Winner: Betting on the driver who will win the race.

  2. Podium Finish: Betting on a driver to finish in the top three positions.

  3. Top-6 Finish: Betting on a driver to finish in the top six positions.

  4. Fastest Lap: Betting on the driver who will record the fastest lap during the race.

  5. Driver Matchup: Betting on one driver to finish ahead of another driver in a specific matchup.

  6. Pole Position: Betting on the driver who will start the race from the pole position.

  7. Constructor Winner: Betting on the team whose car will win the race.

  8. Safety Car Appearance: Betting on whether the safety car will appear during the race.

  9. First Retirement: Betting on which driver or car will retire from the race first.

  10. Race Margin: Betting on the winning driver’s margin of victory (in seconds) over the runner-up.

Racing props offer a wide range of options for bettors to engage in various aspects of the race, from selecting the outright winners to predicting specific events or occurrences during the event. As always, the availability of these props may vary depending on the sportsbook and the specific racing event being offered for betting.

Esports

  1. Map Winner: Betting on which team will win a specific map within a match.

  2. Map Total Rounds: Betting on the total number of rounds played in a specific map.

  3. First Blood: Betting on which team or player will score the first kill in a match or round.

  4. Total Kills/Assists/Deaths: Betting on the total number of kills, assists, or deaths for a specific player.

  5. Player Performance (Over/Under): Betting on whether a player will achieve a certain number of kills, assists, or other in-game stats.

  6. Team to Draw First Blood: Betting on which team will score the first kill in a match.

  7. Pistol Round Winner: Betting on which team will win the pistol round.

  8. First to X Rounds: Betting on which team will be the first to reach a specific number of rounds won.

  9. Total Number of Maps Played: Betting on whether a match will be a best-of-three or best-of-five series and how many maps will be played.

  10. Correct Score: Betting on the exact scoreline of a match (e.g., 2-0, 2-1, 3-2).

  11. Map Handicap: Betting on whether a team will win with a handicap advantage or disadvantage.

  12. In-Game Events: Betting on specific in-game events, such as the first team to destroy a specific objective or the first player to reach a certain milestone.

Esports props can vary depending on the game title, the esports tournament, and the sportsbook offering the bets. The availability of props may also change with each esports event. These props allow bettors to delve deeper into the details of the match and provide numerous opportunities for strategic betting based on in-game performances and outcomes.

As of my last update in September 2021, the esports landscape is constantly evolving, and new titles may have emerged or gained popularity since then. However, here are some of the most popular esports titles at that time and where you can bet on them:

  1. League of Legends (LoL):
  • Bet on LoL at: Betway, GG.BET, Unikrn, Pinnacle, LOOT.BET
  1. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO):
  • Bet on CS:GO at: Bet365, Betway, GG.BET, Unikrn, Pinnacle
  1. Dota 2:
  • Bet on Dota 2 at: Bet365, Betway, GG.BET, Unikrn, Pinnacle
  1. Overwatch:
  • Bet on Overwatch at: Bet365, GG.BET, Pinnacle, LOOT.BET
  1. Call of Duty (CoD):
  • Bet on CoD at: Bet365, GG.BET, Pinnacle
  1. Fortnite:
  • Bet on Fortnite at: Bet365, Unikrn, LOOT.BET
  1. Rainbow Six Siege:
  • Bet on Rainbow Six Siege at: Betway, GG.BET, Pinnacle
  1. Rocket League:
  • Bet on Rocket League at: Bet365, GG.BET, Pinnacle
  1. Valorant:
  • Bet on Valorant at: Betway, GG.BET, Unikrn, Pinnacle

Please note that the availability of esports betting options may vary depending on your geographical location and the regulations governing online betting in your country. Additionally, new esports titles may have gained prominence since my last update. Always ensure that you use reputable and licensed sportsbooks for your esports betting activities to ensure a safe and fair betting experience.