The springtime is always one of the busiest for esports tournaments and it is also a busy time for esports betting services as they seek to come up with new and innovative promotional offers to persuade punters to enjoy a bet with them.
That is precisely what Loot.bet have done with their exciting new Loot.bet Malta Vibes promotion which went live on the site this week.
Let’s learn a little more about how you can claim this great offer to enjoy a little additional bonus cash for the hectic spring tournament schedule.
How Does The Malta Vibes Promo Work?
To qualify for this offer, you need to head on over to your Loot.bet account, log in and then make a deposit into your account of over $20.
When you are making the deposit, enter the bonus code “MALTA” into the relevant box and when your deposit is confirmed, you will receive a bonus cash amount matching your deposit (up to a maximum bonus amount of €100).
You can then start to enjoy betting on many of the spring tournaments coming up over the next few weeks and months in the world of esports and if you can convert your bonus funds balance, by rolling over the initial deposit and bonus amount 20x, then you can convert the bonus funds into withdrawable cash.
Remember, you have ten days to roll over your balance on bets of odds of 1.79+ or greater.
If you are successful in rolling over your balance, then Loot.bet will give you an additional bonus in the shape of a €10 free bet once your bonus balance has been rolled over.
This is a great offer that could see you land not just a deposit bonus but a free €10 bet too and there are so many great esports tournaments you could bet on to try and match the terms of this offer.
What Are The Big Spring Esports Tournaments I Can Bet On?
There are plenty of great esports tournaments you can bet on this spring. Dota 2 fans will be eagerly awaiting the ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021, which starts on March 27 and runs until April 4. 18 of the best teams in the world will be battling it out for the $200,000 first prize.
In League of Legends, the Spring Split tournaments continue at a pace all over the world with a particular focus on the LPL (Chinese), LCS (North American), LCK (Korean), and LEC (European) events.
Fans of teams in the Overwatch League will also be keen to reach the start date of the new season, which is slated for April 16. CS:GO Fans will be looking forward to the DreamHack Open which starts on March 10, the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown (April 13) and the DreamHack Masters Spring 2021 (April 29).
FIFA fans also have a number of exciting options available for them in the shape of the eLibertadores tournaments for Xbox1 and PS4, as well as the eMLS Cup which kicks off on March 20, with the Malta ePLA 2021 tournament taking place between March 24 and May 9.