Data Bet Launches Player Props Betting for Valorant
Valorant betting has just got better, thanks to the development of Player Props function by one of the leading esports data providers in the industry: Data Bet.
The company had launched a similar style of betting for CSGO earlier in 2023 and now they have released a version for Valorant.
This exclusive development is the result of painstaking work by Data Bet over the last few months, which allows its partners to offer more than the standard team-based esports betting services and instead offer customers a more personalised esports betting experience.
Bet on Individual Team Members
The new Player Props betting will allow customers to place bets on certain markets for each member of a given Valorant team.
For example, players will now be able to bet on the number of kills a player will make, or how many times they will be killed on a certain map.
Introducing betting on individual players from within a team game, allows operators to offer a far greater range of bets on any given fixture. The markets can also be diverse, thus offering the esports betting enthusiast a wider choice of markets to bet on.
The CPO of Data Bet, Alex Kozachenko, explained how this new development would enhance a player’s esports betting experience.
“The introduction of Player Props in Valorant demonstrates our commitment to innovation and personalised engagement in the esports betting industry.
We believe this functionality not only enriches the user experience, but also presents a significant opportunity for operators to stand out and thrive in this competitive landscape”.
Thanks to these innovations, therefore, it will be possible to bet on even more markets during Valorant tournaments.
Bayes Esports Announces Expansion of Data Bet Partnership
Earlier on this week, Bayes Esports announced that they had expanded their partnership with Data Bet.
The initial agreement was signed back in January 2023 and saw the esports data provider furnish Bayes Esports with CSGO data.
The new agreement has been extended through to the end of 2025 and will now see Data Bet provide data for two more of the biggest esports titles in the industry: Dota 2 and League of Legends.
It is abundantly clear that Data Bet is still very much focused on expanding across the esports gaming and betting industries, even in the face of some disappointing data from the Valorant Champions 2023 tournament that ended on August 28.
A Boost to Valorant
This news comes as a welcome boost to the Valorant betting and gaming community after it was revealed that August’s Valorant Champions tournament saw a decrease of around 10-20% across the tournament.
With peak views of 1,291,045, this meant that the Champions 2023 event pulled in significantly fewer peak views than the VCT 2023 LOCK//IN Sao Paolo event (1,444,670) and last year’s Champions 2022 tournament (1,505,804).
The positive news from Data Bet though seems to show that the future of Valorant gaming and betting is safe, regardless of the latest viewing figures from its flagship tournament.
The good news for Data Bet partners is that this new development offers them a significant opportunity to increase their turnover.