GGBet is classed as an offshore bookmaker in the UK, being licensed in Curacao in the Dutch Antilles. Whilst it is not recommended that UK residents use offshore bookies, GGBet does offer plenty to the fan of eSport betting. The company is a specialist eSports bookmaker, which means that there is a seriously large amount of markets available for League of Legends betting, CS:GO betting, Dota 2 betting and plenty of other games. GGBet have been around for a couple of years or so now, and have expanded their reach, based on the growth of eSports betting which has taken place recently.

GGBet’s commitment to eSports can be seen by the number of sponsorships that they have in place. They recently signed a deal to sponsor Nordic eSports team Alliance, and also sponsor Fnatic, Ad Finem, Natus Vincere, Team NP and Luminosity Gaming, all of whom feature some of the world’s best players in a range of games in eSports tournaments. The site also features a news section, which features informative articles about GGBet’s partnerships, and other news in the world of eSports.

There are a number of different payment methods which can be used at GGBet. Skrill, Neteller, Ecopayz, Yandex Money, QiWi, Alipay and Web Money are methods which are available at GGBet. Credit card customers can use Visa or Mastercard to bet on League of Legends or place their CS:GO bets, or bet on any other of the available markets at the site.

The minimum size of a bet at GGBet is €1, or the equivalent in US dollars or Russian roubles. Maximum bets are displayed on individual markets, and are subject to frequent change, depending on circumstances. So, if you want to place a large CS:GO bet, you may have to check to see if the size of your stake is allowed.

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