CS:GO betting guide 2020 | Esport Bet

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Crypto News Summary- May 7
🔹 General News: — UFC partners with Chiliz to release digital fan tokens of fighters — Chinese Court rules Bitcoin as a legal property but not a currency — Cambridge University releases new tool for tracking global Bitcoin mining power — CFTC charges multiple firms for $15 million crypto and binary options scam
🔹 Coin Specific News: — Libra Association names HSBC chief legal officer Stuart Levey as CEO — Chromia (CHR) has won Binance community coin vote and will get listed on Binance — TON community launches free version of Telegram open Blockchain — Stellar Enterprise Fund invests $5M in Crypto App Abra ahead of Blockchain integration — Verasity (VRA) is expanding to major eSports games and will launch CS:GO tournaments and betting
🔹 Exchanges: — CoinShares unveils trading unit, says it traded over $3 billion in crypto during 2019 — OKEx will host initial exchange offering of NDN Link (NDN) on May 20 — Crypto exchange OSL to establish ‘digital asset powerhouse’ in Asia and US
🔹 Cool tech fact: Bitcoin price was $0.003 exactly 10 years ago in its first days of trading
💬 Quote of the day: "You don't get to the moon by climbing a tree." —Sam Hinkie
🔹 Brought to you by @GainsANN
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GAINS Announcements

Crypto News Summary- May 7
🔹 General News: — UFC partners with Chiliz to release digital fan tokens of fighters — Chinese Court rules Bitcoin as a legal property but not a currency — Cambridge University releases new tool for tracking global Bitcoin mining power — CFTC charges multiple firms for $15 million crypto and binary options scam
🔹 Coin Specific News: — Libra Association names HSBC chief legal officer Stuart Levey as CEO — Chromia (CHR) has won Binance community coin vote and will get listed on Binance — TON community launches free version of Telegram open Blockchain — Stellar Enterprise Fund invests $5M in Crypto App Abra ahead of Blockchain integration — Verasity (VRA) is expanding to major eSports games and will launch CS:GO tournaments and betting
🔹 Exchanges: — CoinShares unveils trading unit, says it traded over $3 billion in crypto during 2019 — OKEx will host initial exchange offering of NDN Link (NDN) on May 20 — Crypto exchange OSL to establish ‘digital asset powerhouse’ in Asia and US
🔹 Cool tech fact: Bitcoin price was $0.003 exactly 10 years ago in its first days of trading
💬 Quote of the day: "You don't get to the moon by climbing a tree." —Sam Hinkie
🔹 Brought to you by @GainsANN
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ESport Betting: Where and How to?

ESport Betting: Where and How to?
The number of games popular among fans of e-Sports is quite vast. The most favored among them are Warface, CS:GO, and Dota 2. These three disciplines have the largest matches and championships that are regularly held with the participation of professional gamers.
Such competitions often include significant sums of money. This is the reason why experienced players only like using trustworthy and reliable companies for their bets on e-Sports. Here is the list of the best e-Sport betting offices of our time, according to experts and users:
  • Unibet;
  • EGB;
  • Pinnacle.
Unibet is a bookmaker with a world-known name. This institution accepts cash bets on games in the most famous leagues. It is the owner of the prestigious award of the Gaming Review. This office has an impressive number of separate lines for each game.
One can bet on the outcome and handicaps. Each individual discipline here provides bets on one winner. Newly registered users on Unibet become happy owners of numerous bonus programs and promotions. There are even insurance rates at Unibet.
Users have access to the mobile version of the site, so they can bet with this bookmaker using any devices. In order to do this, you only need to pre-download the free app for Android.
Pinnacle is the most popular bookmaker in the post-Soviet space. It was one of the first to take bets on eSports. Many Russian-speaking users here turned this game into a stable income. They have developed their own eSports betting strategies.
Pinnacle website currently offers gambling fans and professional players the opportunity to bet on FIFA, League of Legends, Dota 2, and Starcraft 2. On this well-known portal, you can win good money by correctly placing a bet.
EGB is also one of the mastodons of e-Sport betting. Operating since 2011, this office earned the love of all fans around the world through their generous bonus programs, 24/7 support, and large and active community.
EGB allows you to bet on every major game available: DOTA 2, Starcraft 2, PUBG, Call of Duty, Overwatch and many more.
https://esportsbetting.pro/

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Streaming industry news and highlights - week of March 30, 2020

March is a wrap, and we’re back with the 178th edition of The Roundup - a digest of the most important news in streaming from the past week. Catch to-the-point summaries below, and links to the full stories over on the main page.
Streamlabs and Stream Hatchet dropped their Q1 industry report this week and the data proves streaming is seeing a huge surge. Despite this, Mixer is still struggling to capture a bigger share of the increasingly growing pie. Out of necessity, Twitch responds to the growth with improved moderating tools - because trolls gotta troll. VALORANT was one of the week’s big winners, immediately securing the top spot on Twitch when the content embargo was lifted. And, not to be outdone, Steam went on to set yet another concurrent user record. Enjoy, and we’ll catch you next week!
Mixer’s continues to struggle with with viewer retention
TL;DR - The latest Q1 2020 data from Streamlabs and Stream Hatchet shows that Mixer’s steady decline in viewership that began last year has bled into 2020. While the platform is still attracting new streamers (+4.1%), viewership dipped 7.3% to 81.4M hours watched. More strikingly, concurrent viewership dipped 5.3% versus the prior quarter. Twitch remains firmly on top, posting all-time high numbers across various metrics, largely due to global stay-at-home orders. YouTube managed to secure 22% of market share with Facebook posting an impressive 11% share capture.
Mixer gifts its partnered streamers $100 each
TL;DR - Mixer Partners hit social media this week with news that they’d received $100 from Mixer, apparently with no strings attached. The assumption, of course, is that this is Mixer’s way of throwing its partnered streamers an assist due to the current economic hardships. Many streamers have pledged to reinvest in the Mixer community, while others will surely use this to upgrade their own setups or just, you know, pay bills.
Amazon hard at work on new PC titles and cloud-gaming platform
TL;DR - Amazon is busy putting its acquisitions to work, with its Amazon Game Studios teams developing three new AAA-caliber titles set for release this year. Those include the fantasy MMORPG New World, a Lord of the Rings game, and a sci-fi team-based FPS called Crucible. Amazon is also dedicating resources to ensuring these games will be very streaming-friendly, with an emphasis on community engagement. Project Tempo, Amazon’s Stadia competitor, is slated for a late 2020 or early 2021 release. No additional details on this service were shared, but it’s safe to assume there will be feature parity with Stadia at a minimum.
Twitch’s deploys new Mod View tools to make moderators’ live simpler
TL;DR - Twitch’s latest moderation tool, Mod View, gives channel moderators individual widgets to address the myriad of tasks they’re responsible for in their channels. The new feature is meant to replace the cumbersome chat command system that’s been in place since Twitch’s beginning. The mod widgets can be moved around and resized, with some even being dockable. Mods can quickly access stats and search for users and their history within that specific channel. The Mod Actions feature gives a history of all mod activity, and the AutoMod Queue makes it easier to approve or reject messages caught in the queue.
Twitch raises $2.7M during COVID-19 relief stream
TL;DR - Last week’s Stream Aid event saw a train of celebrities come together to raise over $2.7M for the Solidarity Response Fund of the World Health Organization. The 12-hour event attracted over 100K viewers in total, peaking at nearly 131K, with the likes of singer Ellie Goulding, musician Lauv, and MMA fighter Cris Cyborg contributing to entertain the audience. Viewers were treated to Fortnite competitions and even a celebrity UNO tournament. Twitch itself donated $2M to kick things off strong.
Nevada officially blesses esports gambling
TL;DR - This week, Nevada officially signed off on esports gambling, with CS:GO being the first approved beta candidate. William Hill is the only official sports book in Vegas permitted to accept bets, and was quick to release odds shortly after the decision was handed down. New Jersey had its own test run with League of Legends in 2019, but little ever came as a result of that effort.
VALORANT closed beta reveal scores big on Twitch
TL;DR - The embargo on content from last week’s VALORANT closed beta was lifted this week, freeing up streamers like Lirik, Summit1g, Forsen and others to share their experiences with Riot’s new team-based FPS. The unveil was a massive hit on Twitch, with over 500K people tuning in across a range of channels to check out the action. The game vaulted to the top of Twitch’s master directory almost instantly. Another round of closed beta matches will likely be broadcast this coming week as well, and Twitch viewers tuning in can earn their own place in the beta through Twitch Drops in eligible streams.
DLive hosting $1M platform-wide charity subscriber event
TL;DR - Through the end of April, streaming platform DLive will give its users 30% cash back on paid subscriptions, while also matching up to one million Lemon worth of US dollars on those subscriptions. Lemon is a type of token on the Lino Blockchain, which is a virtual currency usable on DLive’s platform. The $1M will be allocated to a range of different causes fighting the current global crisis set off by the Coronavirus.
Steam sets another unbelievable concurrent user record
TL;DR - Steam has been on a tear during this Coronavirus pandemic, setting concurrent user records daily at first, and now almost weekly. Last week that new record was an unbelievable 23.4M concurrent users, with 7.25M of those actively in a game. And as the situation drags on, it’s possible this number will continue to grow.
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Midnite - No waiting queue update. Bet £20 get £20

Join Midnite with my referral code Pixelitey and we will both get a £20 Free Bet when you bet £20 or more on a market with minimum odds of 1.50 or more. If you don't know much about esports I recommend looking at HLTV.org for CS:GO stats.
Their waiting queue used to be 6,000+ but I got an email saying that they removed it.
Website: midnite.com
If you want to use the referral the code is Pixelitey
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FAQ - TILT GAMING

What games are available on Tilt Gaming?
Currently we support free predictions on League of Legends, CS:GO, Overwatch and DOTA 2.
How old do I have to be to bet on Tilt Gaming?
Even if Tilt Gaming doesn't use money transactions (yet), we want our player base to be at least 18 years old.
What sets Tilt Gaming apart from other esports betting websites?
Tilt Gaming is an ethical and immersive betting platform created by gamers, for gamers. We built this platform with the gaming community in mind. On Tilt Gaming, you can bet on the most popular esports games and have fun with your friends whether you are a noob or a betting expert. Also, you can redeem a bunch of prizes. See 'What can I win during the Free Beta?' for more info.
Can I bet online with my phone or my tablet?
We are currently in Open Beta phase. Tilt Gaming is fully accessible on desktop and we are working hard to offer a responsive version of our site on mobile ASAP. For now, when accessing the site from mobile, you will see a pop-up window alerting you that the site is optimized for desktop and some things may break on mobile. Sorry for the inconvenience mobile users!
A mobile app (Android & iOS) is also under development. Stay tuned!
What language is available on Tilt Gaming?
We are currently available in English only. We are looking to translate Tilt Gaming in a variety languages in the future.
My country doesn’t allow betting, can I access Tilt Gaming?
YES! - Tilt Gaming is currently in Open Beta phase, offering only free predictions. No money involved means no restrictions.
Once we obtain our gambling licence and start offering proper betting, we will restrict access to the list of countries where our licence is white-listed or gambling isn't restricted. BUT- We will maintain the free version in restricted countries so you can keep having fun while waiting to hopefully join everyone else on the official version someday!
Do I need to deposit money to enjoy the experience?
NO! - For the entire duration of our Open Beta, we offer 1,000 Credits per week to each of our Tilters. Once we release the official version and start offering proper betting, you will need to deposit money to your account in order to use it to place your bets.
Live in a restricted country where betting isn't allowed? See answer above.
What can I win during the Free Beta?
TL;DR: prepaid cards for Riot Games, Steam and Battlenet & more!
Every bet makes you gain experience, whether you win or you lose. On leveling up, you will earn a set amount of Tilt Tokens (TT's). These TT's can be spent in our store to redeem companion skins & emotes or prepaid cards for Riot Games, Steam or Battlenet in the amount of 10, 20 or 50 USD (the currency will adapt according to your region).
Who sets the online odds and why do they change?
Tilt Gaming works without bookmakers. We believe in fairness and transparency. We use a system called pool betting (or pari mutuel) where the odds fluctuate according to each and every player's wagers, and where your winnings are calculated by sharing the pool amongst all winning bets, in proportion to your stake. The odds will stop fluctuating once the bet closes, 5 minutes before the official game starting time, and will be applied as a multiplier on the amount you wagered in case you win.
If you got any questions you can contact us at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or you can find us on Twitter @TiltGamingg, Instagram or in this subreddit. Don't be shy! Come join us on our Discord.
You can reach us every day :)
The Tilt Gaming Team
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ESL One: Cologne 2019 - Information, Schedule & Discussion

Tournament Information

Date July 2nd - 7th, 2019
Organizer ESL
Location Cologne, Germany
Venue Lanxess Arena
Prize Pool $300,000
Teams 16 teams
 

Coverage

Streams

Language Stream Link
English ESL TV
English ESL TV B
English ESL TV (Youtube)
English ESL TV B (Youtube)
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL (Facebook)
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL (Youtube)
Brazilian-Pt gaules
Chinese Huomao TV
Czech ESL TV
Finnish Elisa Viihde
French ESL 1pv
German ESL 99Damage
Hungarian Magyar Esport TV
Polish ESL TV
Polish ESL TV (Youtube)
Portuguese RTP Arena
Russian RuHub
Russian RuHub B
Serbian Fortuna Esports
Spanish ESL TV
Spanish ESL TV B
Turkish ESL TV
Turkish ESL TV (Youtube)
Vietnamese 500Bros
Vietnamese 500Bros B

VODs

Format

Map Pool

 

Talent Lineup

Stage Host

  • Oliver James Borg "OJ Borg" D'Anastasi

Desk Host

Interviewer

Analysts

Casters

Remote Casters

Observers

 

Teams

Invited

Astralis: dev1ce, dupreeh, gla1ve, Magisk, Xyp9x, Coach: zonic
BIG1,3: denis, gob b, tabseN, tiziaN, XANTARES, Coach: LEGIJA
ENCE: Aerial, Aleksib, allu, sergej, xseveN, Coach: Twista
FaZe Clan2: GuardiaN, NEO, NiKo, olofmeister, rain, Coach: YNk
Fnatic: Brollan, JW, KRIMZ, twist, Xizt, Coach: Jumpy
MIBR7: coldzera, FalleN, fer, LUCAS1, TACO, Coach: zews
mousesports: chrisJ, frozen, karrigan, ropz, woxic, Coach: Rejin
Natus Vincere4: Boombl4, electronic, flamie, s1mple, Zeus, Coach: kane
Ninjas in Pyjamas6: f0rest, GeT_RiGhT, Lekr0, Plopski, REZ, Coach: pita
NRG Esports5: Brehze, CeRq, Ethan, stanislaw, tarik, Coach: ImAPet
Renegades: AZR, Gratisfaction, jkaem, jks, liazz, Coach: kassad
 

Asia Qualifier

MVP PK: HSK, stax, xeta, XigN, zeff, Coach: termi
 

Europe Qualifier

Heroic: blameF, es3tag, friberg, NaToSaphiX, stavn
Team Vitality: ALEX, apEX, NBK-, RpK, ZywOo, Coach: XTQZZZ
 

GG.Bet Cologne Invitational

Team Liquid: EliGE, NAF, nitr0, Stewie2K, Twistzz, Coach: adreN
 

North America Qualifier

FURIA Esports: AbleJ, arT, KSCERATO, VINI, Yuurih, Coach: guerri
 
1: BIG benched smooya and replaced him with nex who returned to the active lineup 2: FaZe Clan replaced AdreN with NEO 3: BIG benched nex and replaced him with denis 4: Natus Vincere replaced Edward with Boombl4 5: NRG Esports benched daps and replaced him with stanislaw 6: Ninjas in Pyjamas benched dennis and replaced him with Plopski 7: MIBR replaced felps with LUCAS1
 

Group Stage

Group A

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Playoffs
Natus Vincere 16
vs - Natus Vincere 1
mousesports 14
vs - Team Liquid 2 - TL
Team Liquid 16
vs - Team Liquid 2
MVP PK 14
vs
FURIA Esports 7
vs - NRG Esports 2
NRG Esports 16
vs - NRG Esports 0 - NRG
FaZe Clan 16
vs - FaZe Clan 0
Renegades 14
Losers' Round 1 Losers' Round 2 Losers' Finals
FaZe Clan 0
mousesports 2 vs - mousesports 1
vs - mousesports 2
MVP PK 0 vs - Na`Vi
Natus Vincere 2
FURIA Esports 2 vs - Natus Vincere 2
vs - FURIA Esports 0
Renegades 0
 

Group B

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Playoffs
Astralis 16
vs - Astralis 2
BIG 4
vs - Astralis 2 - Astralis
MIBR 11
vs - Fnatic 0
Fnatic 16
vs
Heroic 16
vs - Heroic 0
ENCE 10
vs - Ninjas in P. 0 - NiP
Team Vitality 10
vs - Ninjas in P. 2
Ninjas in P. 16
Losers' Round 1 Losers' Round 2 Losers' Finals
Fnatic 0
ENCE 1 vs - Team Vitality 2
vs - Team Vitality 2
Team Vitality 2 vs - Vitality
Heroic 2
BIG 2 vs - Heroic 0
vs - BIG 0
MIBR 1
 

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Winner
Astralis 1
NRG Esports 0 vs - Team Vitality 1
vs - Team Vitality 2
Team Vitality 2 vs - Team Liquid
Team Liquid 2
Natus Vincere 2 vs - Team Liquid 3
vs - Natus Vincere 0
Ninjas in Pyjamas 0
 

Schedule

PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST
Los Angeles Atlanta São Paulo Cologne Beijing Sydney
UTC-7 UTC-4 UTC-3 UTC UTC+2 UTC+8 UTC+10
 
 

Day 1 – Tuesday, July 2nd – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
A1 vs 16-14 03:05 06:05 07:05 10:05 12:05 18:05 20:05 BO1
A2 vs 16-14 03:05 06:05 07:05 10:05 12:05 18:05 20:05 BO1
A3 vs 7-16 04:25 07:25 08:25 11:25 13:25 19:25 21:25 BO1
A4 vs 16-14 04:25 07:25 08:25 11:25 13:25 19:25 21:25 BO1
B1 vs 16-4 05:20 08:20 09:20 12:20 14:20 20:20 22:20 BO1
B2 vs 11-16 05:50 08:50 09:50 12:50 14:50 20:50 22:50 BO1
B3 vs 16-10 06:25 09:25 10:25 13:25 15:25 21:25 23:25 BO1
B4 vs 10-16 07:10 10:10 11:10 14:10 16:10 22:10 00:10 BO1
A5 vs 2-0 07:40 10:40 11:40 14:40 16:40 22:40 00:40 BO3
A6 vs 1-2 08:25 11:25 12:25 15:25 17:25 23:25 01:25 BO3
A7 vs 2-0 09:45 12:45 13:45 16:45 18:45 00:45 02:45 BO3
A8 vs 2-0 12:30 15:30 16:30 19:30 21:30 03:30 05:30 BO3
 

Day 2 – Wednesday, July 3rd – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
B5 vs 1-2 03:00 06:00 07:00 10:00 12:00 18:00 20:00 BO3
B6 vs 2-1 03:00 06:00 07:00 10:00 12:00 18:00 20:00 BO3
B7 vs 2-0 06:25 09:25 10:25 13:25 15:25 21:25 23:25 BO3
A9 vs 2-0 06:45 09:45 10:45 13:45 15:45 21:45 23:45 BO3
B8 vs 0-2 08:35 11:35 12:35 15:35 17:35 23:35 01:35 BO3
A10 vs 0-2 09:15 12:15 13:15 16:15 18:15 00:15 02:15 BO3
 

Day 3 – Thursday, July 4th – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
B9 vs 0-2 03:00 06:00 07:00 10:00 12:00 18:00 20:00 BO3
B10 vs 2-0 03:00 06:00 07:00 10:00 12:00 18:00 20:00 BO3
A11 vs 1-2 05:45 08:45 09:45 12:45 14:45 20:45 22:45 BO3
A12 vs 2-0 05:55 08:55 09:55 12:55 14:55 20:55 22:55 BO3
B11 vs 2-0 09:00 12:00 13:00 16:00 18:00 00:00 02:00 BO3
B12 vs 0-2 09:50 12:50 13:50 16:50 18:50 00:50 02:50 BO3
 

Day 4 – Friday, July 5th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
QF1 vs 0-2 06:00 09:00 10:00 13:00 15:00 21:00 23:00 BO3
QF2 vs 2-0 09:30 12:30 13:30 16:30 18:30 00:30 02:30 BO3
 

Day 5 – Saturday, July 6th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
SF1 vs 1-2 06:00 09:00 10:00 13:00 15:00 21:00 23:00 BO3
SF2 vs 2-0 10:55 13:55 14:55 17:55 19:55 01:55 03:55 BO3
 

Day 6 – Sunday, July 7th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
GF vs 1-3 07:05 10:05 11:05 14:05 16:05 22:05 00:05 BO5
 

Prize Pool

# Prize Team
1st $125,000 Team Liquid
2nd $50,000 Team Vitality
3rd - 4th $22,000 Astralis
3rd - 4th $22,000 Natus Vincere
5th - 6th $11,000 NRG Esports
5th - 6th $11,000 Ninjas in Pyjamas
7th - 8th $7,500 mousesports
7th - 8th $7,500 Heroic
9th - 12th $6,000 FaZe Clan
9th - 12th $6,000 FURIA Esports
9th - 12th $6,000 BIG
9th - 12th $6,000 Fnatic
13th - 16th $5,000 MVP PK
13th - 16th $5,000 Renegades
13th - 16th $5,000 ENCE
13th - 16th $5,000 MIBR
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Blockchain Gaming Industry and Arena Match Gold

Blockchain Gaming Industry and Arena Match Gold
One of the most important sectors that Blockchain technology touches and influences are no doubt the playground. In fact, according to many authorities, Blockchain technology will make the biggest success in the future, the product will come out of this sector. In fact, this idea is not very unreasonable, especially considering that the amount of playing increases too much.

Recent research shows that more than 500 million people play for at least half an hour a day, and this sector has really become a huge area.

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It is possible to say that there has been an electrical process between the games and the cryptocurrency world.
an intense effort is being made to bring game lovers, especially those who are open to revolutions and who generally react positively to these revolutions, with the blessings of a revolutionary technology like Blockchain. At this point, we will be able to see more Blockchain-based games in the coming period.

Now I want to tell you one of them: Arena Match Gold

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ARENA MATCH: SKILL-BASED GAMING (ESPORTS)
The current Arena Match model provides users the ability to deposit fiat (cash) through our payment gateway partner, but with any traditional banking systems there are fees, delays and limitations that a blockchain solution would eliminate. Upgrading our payment system to support a decentralized Ethereum-based utility token AMG will dramatically increase usage while eliminating traditional fees, delays and limitations.
The creation of Arena Match Gold integrates seamlessly with our esports app that will be legal in the majority of the United States and over 80% of the world. We will still offer fiat deposits where available for traditional users. But we aim for AMGold to become a standard token for the esports and gaming ecosystem, an ecosystem backed by Arena Match.

  • ArenaMatch.com (“Arena Match”) is an upcoming esports gaming app that will allow individuals to bet and compete in Skill Challenges (player vs. house), daily high score leaderboards, head to head (1v1 duels), team vs team and Battle Royale FFA (free for all) matches for popular online games, such as PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds), Fornite, Apex, and CS:GO (Counter­-Strike: Global Offensive).
  • AMGold "Arena Match Gold" will be used as our primary currency for perk purchases and esports skill-based betting on popular PC games.
  • Our Intention: AMGold will serve as a utility token creating a decentralized, community-driven virtual economy. A strict limit of 100 million or less AMGold will be created, never to be increased.
  • The Burn: Every quarter, we will destroy AMGold based on the transaction volume of our esports app which will continue to reduce the circulating supply overtime indefinitely. (Similar to the successful Binance BNB utility token model).

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ICO information:
Token: Arena Match Gold
Symbol: AMG
Protocol: ERC-20 Ethereum Network
Decimals: 18
Soft-cap: 5 million AMG to be Sold / Swapped
Hard-cap: 75 million AMG to be Sold / Swapped
Minimum Contribution: 0.1 ETH
Starting IEO Rate: 1 AMG per 0.0005 ETH
Website: https://arenamatch.com/
Whitepaper: https://arenamatch.com/whitepaper
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Author: Arif Çakır
Bounty0x username: arifcakir13
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Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV - Chicago / Information, Schedule & Discussion

Tournament Information

Date July 18th - 21st, 2019
Organizer ESL
Location Chicago, United States
Venue United Center
Prize Pool $250,000
Teams 8 teams
 

Coverage

Streams

Language Stream Link
English ESL TV
English ESL TV B
English ESL TV (Facebook)
English ESL TV (Youtube)
English ESL TV B (Youtube)
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL (Facebook)
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL (Youtube)
Brazilian-Pt gaules
Chinese Huomao TV
Finnish Elisa Viihde
French ESL 1pv
German ESL 99Damage
Polish ESL TV
Polish ESL TV (Youtube)
Romanian Werty
Russian RuHub
Russian RuHub B
Spanish ESL TV B
Spanish ESL TV B
Turkish ESL TV
Turkish ESL TV (Youtube)
Vietnamese 500Bros

VODs

Format

Map Pool

 

Talent Lineup

Stage Host

  • Oliver James Borg "OJ Borg" D'Anastasi

Desk Host

Interviewer

Analysts

Casters

Remote Casters

Observers

 

Teams

Invited

ENCE: Aerial, Aleksib, allu, sergej, xseveN, Coach: Twista
G2 Esports: AMANEK, JaCkz, kennyS, Lucky, shox, Coach: maLeK
MIBR1,2: FalleN, fer, LUCAS1, TACO, zews, Coach: dead
Renegades: AZR, Gratisfaction, jkaem, jks, Liazz, Coach: kassad
Team Liquid: EliGE, NAF, nitr0, Stewie2K, Twistzz, Coach: adreN
Team Vitality: ALEX, apEX, NBK-, RpK, ZywOo, Coach: XTQZZZ
 

GG.Bet Chicago Invitational

Heroic: blameF, es3tag, friberg, NaToSaphiX, stavn
 

North America Closed Qualifier

Team Envy: ANDROID, FugLy, Nifty, s0m, Sonic, Coach: Eley
 
1: MIBR replaced felps with LUCAS1 2: MIBR benched coldzera. Coach zews is standing in
 

Group Stage

Group A

Place Team W&L
1. Team Liquid 2-0
2. MIBR 2-1
3. G2 Esports 1-2
4. Team Envy 0-2
 

Group B

Place Team W&L
1. ENCE 2-0
2. Team Vitality 2-1
3. Heroic 1-2
4. Renegades 0-2
 

Playoffs

Semifinals Finals Winner
ENCE 2
vs - ENCE 0
MIBR 1
vs - Team Liquid
Team Liquid 2
vs - Team Liquid 3
Team Vitality 0
 

Schedule

PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST
Los Angeles Atlanta São Paulo Cologne Beijing Sydney
UTC-7 UTC-4 UTC-3 UTC UTC+2 UTC+8 UTC+10
 
 

Day 1 – Thursday, July 18th – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
A1 vs 2-0 09:00 12:00 13:00 16:00 18:00 00:00 02:00 BO3
A2 vs 0-2 09:00 12:00 13:00 16:00 18:00 00:00 02:00 BO3
B1 vs 0-2 11:40 14:40 15:40 18:40 20:40 02:40 04:40 BO3
B2 vs 0-2 11:50 14:50 15:50 18:50 20:50 02:50 04:50 BO3
AL vs 1-2 14:35 17:35 18:35 21:35 23:35 05:35 07:35 BO3
AW vs 2-0 14:55 17:55 18:55 21:55 23:55 05:55 07:55 BO3
 

Day 2 – Friday, July 19th – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
BL vs 2-0 09:00 12:00 13:00 16:00 18:00 00:00 02:00 BO3
BW vs 0-2 09:00 12:00 13:00 16:00 18:00 00:00 02:00 BO3
AD vs 1-2 11:50 14:50 15:50 18:50 20:50 02:50 04:50 BO3
BD vs 2-1 15:30 18:30 19:30 22:30 00:30 06:30 08:30 BO3
 

Day 3 – Saturday, July 20th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
SF1 vs 2-1 12:30 15:30 16:30 19:30 21:30 03:30 05:30 BO3
SF2 vs 2-0 16:10 19:10 20:10 23:10 01:10 07:10 09:10 BO3
 

Day 4 – Sunday, July 21st – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
GF vs 0-3 13:00 16:00 17:00 20:00 22:00 04:00 06:00 BO5
 

Prize Pool

# Prize Team
1st $125,000 Team Liquid
2nd $50,000 ENCE
3rd - 4th $25,000 MIBR
3rd - 4th $25,000 Team Vitality
5th - 6th $8,500 G2 Esports
5th - 6th $8,500 Heroic
7th - 8th $4,000 Team Envy
7th - 8th $4,000 Renegades
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gg.bet, the major sponsor of Team NP, Empire, and Ad Finem has terms and conditions which allow them to blatantly scam unwitting users, and the community deserves to know

So a few days I go I made this post asking if it was normal for betting sites to have heavy preventions on when you can withdraw your funds.
It seemed strange to me, but I blamed my naivety for assuming these websites were legit. Honestly, I was swayed by the site being a major sponsor of a few teams, as I figured it was more likely that a legitimate business would have the money to spare for marketing like that.
All I wanted to do was play around with $50 watching the Boston Major. I figured I enjoy watching Dota games anyway, I would pay to have a little extra thrill in each game with something personal at stake. So I go onto the most common site I see advertised, gg.bet, and see that there are multiple promo codes being shown to encourage new users to make a deposit. I don't know if I'm alone on this, but I never assumed that I would have to read the T&Cs to understand that by accepting any bonus money, I practically eliminate my chances of ever getting any money back. Unfortunately, that is the reality.
When I made similar posts as earlier on /Dota2Betting, I got talking to some other members and found out that this is NOT normal for betting sites to do.
Patnor explained it best in this comment on /Dota2Betting:
ok i wrote a long answer and i just deleted it after reading their bonus rules.
GG.bet is a scam, there is nothing else to say about the matter. And judging by how they have obviously just googled big words to sound more serious, while infact they are just making an ass of themselves shows that its most likely some shady person behind the site.
However. You have accepted their Bonus, which gives you 100% bonus deposit. This is the main rule thats keeping you from Withdrawing the money from your account.
You have to earn 25 times the amount of your deposit bonus. Which means if you deposited 100$ you get 200$ and you have to earn a grand wopping 5000$ before you complete the bonus. And no im not done yet. You have to do this within 30 days of you activating the bonus.
This is a rookie mistake everyone has made to be honest, if you are new and you see a bonus its easy to think "free money if i win" But very few actually goes through their Requirements to actually pass the bonus as a whole.
Also if you were to be lucky to win over 150$ with a freebet or anything you would lose every cent over 150$ which is kinda hilarious and extremely shady to have for any bookie that wants to be taken as a serious company.
TLDR; You accepted bonus, you now have to earn 5000$ in 30 days to complete bonus and being able to Withdraw the money. Cut your losses, delete the account and simply keep away from shady sites like that.
https://gyazo.com/77eb050ebbbf6a7a3e7a8d90513de23e
On top of this, you can't even win it on ez bets with low-risk odds. It doesn't even count unless the odds are at least 1.75!
Initially, I put $50 in to the account. The bonus code allowed me to double that, then another code gave me another $12. So I had $112. I have made various bets, winning all of them except for 1. Logically speaking, if the site first uses my bonus money, it should return bonus money and leave my 'real money' untouched. If it uses real money, it should return real money. Instead, gg.bet gives you bonus money and then effectively turns all your money into 'bonus money' that you will never get back. Unfortunately, this was all in the terms and conditions, but I neglected to read it. Yes, this is my fault, but that does not change the case that the website completely misleads its users. At best, this practice is shady. At worst, this practice is a total scam.
I spoke to support reps on their website's 24/7 live support. Once I tried my best to comprehend the broken english, they confirmed that I could not withdraw any money, basically ever. I then escalated this to a higher level of support and am still waiting for an email back almost a week later. It also asked if I wanted to save the chat logs, but I never got an email with them in there? To make things even more confusing, the bars shown in this image of my account count to 1250 and the other one used to count 300 but has since disappeared from the site entirely. The default is 1250, and I've earnt 40 of that. I suspect this means the amount of money I have bet on something with odds over 1.75 is $40, meaning I have to bet (NOT WIN) $1250 ONLY ON ODDS OF 1.75 OR MORE in order to get a cent back from the website. On the third of January, all of that money will just expire.
I have emailed the site twice now asking for my initial deposit back. My initial deposit was $50, then my total balance from bonuses was $112. My current balance is $159.50. Though I am rightfully owed my winnings from my bet on EG vs VP, I will settle purely for getting my initial deposit back since I am yet to lose it. Here is an imgur album showing the screenshots of my account for verification of all of this.
Has anyone else had any experiences with this? Since their support won't talk to me, all I can do is dissuade anyone else from using their awful service and getting scammed like I have been. After looking into it a bit more, it seems that Pinnacle is the best place for betting on e-sports, though honestly I think this whole thing has turned me off the idea entirely.
Edit 1: damn, the reading comprehension of some people is poor. This is more of a PSA than a whine. I understand that this is my own fault for not being careful with my money, however I think my mistake is one that a lot of people would make and this post is meant to serve as a warning and deterrent from these sites. People keep saying "this is normal". Having to bet and win 25x your initial deposit on odds of 1.75+ all within 30 days is absolutely not normal, and is extremely scummy. Another point that people seem to be missing is my main complaint, that by accepting the bonus money my real money is effectively rendered completely void. All I'm doing is raising awareness for suckers like myself that might be exploited, and for teams to hopefully stop advertising this service. Teams absolutely have a responsibility to advertise decent companies, consider the uproar when Navi sponsored an MMR booster on twitch. This is far worse, this company effectively steals from its users. NP, Empire and AF are helping this shitty company exploit their fans. The site also advertises Fnatic a lot too so it seems that there are a huge number of esports teams that advertise for this company.
Edit 2: I forgot to highlight another incredibly shady aspect of their T&Cs. IF you manage to meet their crazy requirements for a withdrawal, in my case $1250, I can only actually have $150 of that. How can anyone defend this?
Edit 3: everyone saying issue a chargeback. I guess this must be more common in USA with your weirdly lenient refund policies but how would I go about doing this in Australia? I chose to spend this money, I don't think my bank will just let me turn around and decide I want the money back now.
Edit 4: I just called my bank and told them and they said they'd get back to me, so here's hoping. In the mean time, herro9n has done some awesome investigatory work and found that gg.bet is just one of many fronts for a huge network of similarly shady gambling websites. Basically, this isn't just one dude sitting behind his computer getting free cash, this is a massive operation with many different websites, all of which have similarly shady issues with customers wanting to withdraw money. I also just tweeted the teams mentioned to see what they think of this.
tl;dr using promotional codes on gg.bet allows them to turn your real money into "bonus money" which is designed in such a way that you will never get it back.
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Intel Extreme Masters Season XIV - Sydney / Information, Schedule & Discussion

Tournament Information

Date April 30th - May 5th, 2018
Organizer ESL
Location Sydney, Australia
Venue Qudos Bank Arena
Prize Pool $250,000
Teams 16 teams
 

Coverage

Streams

Language Stream Link
English ESL TV
English ESL TV B
English ESL TV (Youtube)
English ESL TV B (Youtube)
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL
Brazilian-Pt ESL BBL (Youtube)
Czech ESL TV
French ESL 1pv
German ESL 99Damage
Polish ESL TV
Polish ESL TV (Youtube)
Russian RuHub
Russian RuHub B
Spanish ESL TV
Thai FPSThailand
Turkish ESL TV
Turkish ESL TV (Youtube)
Vietnamese 500Bros
Vietnamese 500Bros B

VODs

Format

Map Pool

 

Talent Lineup

Desk Host

Interviewer

Analysts

Casters

Remote Casters

Observers

  • Efren "encg" Chuong
  • Michael "MC" Campagna
  • David "prius" Kuntz
 

Teams

Invited

FaZe Clan1,3: AdreN, GuardiaN, olofmeister, rain, YNk
Fnatic: Brollan, JW, KRIMZ, twist, Xizt, Coach: Jumpy
MIBR: coldzera, FalleN, felps, fer, TACO, Coach: zews
mousesports: chrisJ, frozen, karrigan, ropz, woxic, Coach: Rejin
Ninjas in Pyjamas: dennis, f0rest, GeT_RiGhT, Lekr0, REZ, Coach: pita
NRG Esports: Brehze, CeRq, daps, Ethan, tarik, Coach: ImAPet
Renegades: AZR, Gratisfaction, jkaem, jks, liazz, Coach: kassad
Team Liquid: EliGE, NAF, nitr0, Stewie2K, Twistzz, Coach: adreN
 

East Asia Qualifier

MVP PK: HSK, stax, xeta, XigN, zeff, Coach: termi
 

Europe Qualifier

BIG2: gob b, LEGIJA, nex, tabseN, tiziaN, Coach: kakafu
 

GG.Bet Sydney Invitational

Heroic: blameF, es3tag, friberg, mertz, stavn, Coach: peacemaker
 

Greater China Qualifier

VICI Gaming: advent, aumaN, Freeman, kaze, zhokiNg
 

IEM Sydney Derby

The Chiefs Esports Club: BL1TZ, ofnu, Texta, tucks, zewsy
 

North America Qualifier

eUnited: Cooper-, food, MarKE, moose, vanity, Coach: a2z
 

Oceania Qualifier

Grayhound Gaming: dexter, DickStacy, erkaSt, malta, sico, Coach: NeiL_M
 

Southeast Asia Qualifier

BOOT-dream[S]cape: alecks, Benkai, Bobosaur, d4v41, splashske
 
1: FaZe Clan replaced karrigan with AdreN 2: LEGIJA is standing in for XANTARES from BIG 3: FaZe Clan's coach YNk is standing in for NiKo
 

Group Stage

Group A

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Playoffs
mouz 14
vs - BIG 0
BIG 16
vs - TL 2 - TL
TL 16
vs - TL 2
BOOT-d[S] 9
vs
NiP 16
vs - NiP 2
eU 13
vs - NiP 0 - NiP
MVP 13
vs - RNG 0
RNG 16
Losers' Round 1 Losers' Round 2 Losers' Finals
RNG 0
mouz 2 vs - mouz 2
vs - mouz 2
BOOT-d[S] 0 vs - mouz
BIG 2
eU 0 vs - BIG 0
vs - MVP 1
MVP 2
 

Group B

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Playoffs
FaZe 16
vs - FaZe 0
Chiefs 5
vs - NRG 2 - NRG
VG 4
vs - NRG 2
NRG 16
vs
FNC 16
vs - FNC 0
Heroic 7
vs - MIBR 0 - MIBR
GhG 11
vs - MIBR 2
MIBR 16
Losers' Round 1 Losers' Round 2 Losers' Finals
FNC 2
Chiefs 2 vs - FNC 2
vs - Chiefs 1
VG 1 vs - FNC
FaZe 1
Heroic 1 vs - GhG 1
vs - GhG 2
GhG 2
 

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals Winner
Team Liquid 2
mousesports 0 vs - Team Liquid 3
vs - MIBR 0
MIBR 2 vs - Team Liquid
NRG Esports 1
Ninjas in Pyjamas 1 vs - Fnatic 2
vs - Fnatic 2
Fnatic 2
 

Schedule

PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST
Los Angeles Atlanta São Paulo Cologne Beijing Sydney
UTC-7 UTC-4 UTC-3 UTC UTC+2 UTC+8 UTC+10
 
 

Day 1 – Tuesday, April 30th – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
A1 vs 14-16 19:00 22:00 23:00 02:00 04:00 10:00 12:00 BO1
A2 vs 16-9 19:00 22:00 23:00 02:00 04:00 10:00 12:00 BO1
A3 vs 16-13 20:05 23:05 00:05 03:05 05:05 11:05 13:05 BO1
A4 vs 13-16 20:20 23:20 00:20 03:20 05:20 11:20 13:20 BO1
B1 vs 16-5 21:30 00:30 01:30 04:30 06:30 12:30 14:30 BO1
B2 vs 4-16 21:45 00:45 01:45 04:45 06:45 12:45 14:45 BO1
B3 vs 16-7 22:30 01:30 02:30 05:30 07:30 13:30 15:30 BO1
B4 vs 11-16 22:40 01:40 02:40 05:40 07:40 13:40 15:40 BO1
A5 vs 0-2 23:35 02:35 03:35 06:35 08:35 14:35 16:35 BO3
A6 vs 2-0 00:00 03:00 04:00 07:00 09:00 15:00 17:00 BO3
A7 vs 0-2 01:25 04:25 05:25 08:25 10:25 16:25 18:25 BO3
A8 vs 2-0 01:55 04:55 05:55 08:55 10:55 16:55 18:55 BO3
 

Day 2 – Wednesday, May 1st – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
B5 vs 2-1 19:00 22:00 23:00 02:00 04:00 10:00 12:00 BO3
B6 vs 1-2 19:10 22:10 23:10 02:10 04:10 10:10 12:10 BO3
B7 vs 0-2 22:30 01:30 02:30 05:30 07:30 13:30 15:30 BO3
A9 vs 2-0 22:55 01:55 02:55 05:55 07:55 13:55 15:55 BO3
B8 vs 0-2 00:55 03:55 04:55 07:55 09:55 15:55 17:55 BO3
A10 vs 2-1 01:15 04:15 05:15 08:15 10:15 16:15 18:15 BO3
 

Day 3 – Thursday, May 2nd – Group Stage

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
B9 vs 2-1 19:00 22:00 23:00 02:00 04:00 10:00 12:00 BO3
B10 vs 1-2 19:00 22:00 23:00 02:00 04:00 10:00 12:00 BO3
A11 vs 2-0 22:15 01:15 02:15 05:15 07:15 13:15 15:15 BO3
A12 vs 2-0 22:55 01:55 02:55 05:55 07:55 13:55 15:55 BO3
B11 vs 2-1 00:40 03:40 04:40 07:40 09:40 15:40 17:40 BO3
B12 vs 2-0 00:45 03:45 04:45 07:45 09:45 15:45 17:45 BO3
 

Day 4 – Friday, May 3rd – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
QF1 vs 0-2 22:00 01:00 02:00 05:00 07:00 13:00 15:00 BO3
QF2 vs 1-2 01:30 04:30 05:30 08:30 10:30 16:30 18:30 30
 

Day 5 – Saturday, May 4th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
SF1 vs 2-0 22:00 01:00 02:00 05:00 07:00 13:00 15:00 BO3
SF2 vs 1-2 01:30 04:30 05:30 08:30 10:30 16:30 18:30 BO3
 

Day 6 – Sunday, May 5th – Playoffs

ID Team vs Team Result PDT EDT BRT GMT CEST CST AEST Format
GF vs 3-2 22:00 01:00 02:00 05:00 07:00 13:00 15:00 BO5
 

Prize Pool

# Prize Team
1st $100,000 Team Liquid
2nd $42,000 Fnatic
3rd - 4th $20,000 MIBR
3rd - 4th $20,000 NRG Esports
5th - 6th $10,000 mousesports
5th - 6th $10,000 Ninjas in Pyjamas
7th - 8th $6,000 BIG
7th - 8th $6,000 Grayhound Gaming
9th - 12th $5,000 Renegades
9th - 12th $5,000 MVP PK
9th - 12th $5,000 FaZe Clan
9th - 12th $5,000 The Chiefs Esports Club
13th - 16th $4,000 BOOT-dream[S]cape
13th - 16th $4,000 eUnited
13th - 16th $4,000 VICI Gaming
13th - 16th $4,000 Heroic
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