Has the best just got BETER? Betting data provider BETER has announced that it has made a significant improvement to its popular iFrame betting platform by the addition of a bespoke statistics widget.
The widget will initially feature statistics going back three months on the popular esports titles CS:GO and Dota 2, although the company has already announced that it intends to expand this service considerably with the addition of statistics for other esports titles soon.
Data available to the user will include player and team performance monitoring, as well as more in-depth statistical analysis, such as recording which heroes a player has picked, an individual’s performance and stats from their most recent matches, any line-up changes plus any picks or bans they have made.
As betting rewards go, this is a great addition for customers and clients of BETER services and it is of course completely free to use.
The news comes just a few months after BETER partnered with Bet Connections back in July to grow their esports betting presence throughout Latin America, a central part of which was the BETER iFrame solution, the company’s next-gen betting and gaming platform.
In what has been a busy year for the company, they have also extended their strategic partnership with esports live data provider Bayes Esports back in September, a deal which has seen them expand into North America.
Increasing Betting Turnover
This new deal provides the company with an additional resource for its highly-regarded iFrame solution and research from the company suggests that the new stats package will increase betting turnover on an event by around 30%.
That figure will certainly catch the eye of the companies that have partnered with BETER to utilise its iFrame platform for its esports betting service, and its other verticals, which includes traditional sports betting and live betting.
This announcement is the first of what is expected to be a number of key developmental tweaks and improvements under the tenureship of Evgeniy Bekker, who was promoted to the role of Esports General Manager at BETER in October 2022.
What Will The Introduction Of The Stats Widget Mean For Customers?
Any introduction of a statistics pack of widget onto a site is good news for customers because their biggest ally when it comes to picking the right bets to place, is data.
With the new widget featuring information on both CS:GO and Dota 2, two of the biggest games in the esports industry today, customers will have a wide range of statistical information about teams and players at their fingertips.
Not only is this useful for its own sake; but much of this data can be used beneficially by the customer to help inform their decisions on what bets to place, and perhaps more importantly, which bets to avoid placing.
With the data being three-months old, it will provide an immediate reference for players on the current trends at the top of CSGO and Dota 2 esports and with the promise of future additions to the number of games that the widget will provide stats for, it looks likely that BETER will live up to its name as one of the best providers to a wide range of esports betting sites heading into 2023 and beyond.