Pinnacle Esports Now Available Through Dedicated Esports Hub

Published: Oct 12, 2021

Esports betting at Pinnacle has just got better thanks to the release of a brand new Esports Hub service.

Famous for its sports and esports betting services, the new Esports Hub is the result of a lengthy development process by its B2B division, Pinnacle Solution.

The end result is a look and theme that has been inspired by feedback from customers and the look of the Pinnacle site, which allows customers to fully focus in on the esports experience and allows them to track content through an easy-to-follow interface.

Plug-And-Play Service

Image Credits | Pinnacle

The Esports Hub has been designed to be a Plug-And-Play service, which means that Pinnacle can offer its partner sportsbooks and esports sites the chance to adopt the technology onto their own site.

The Hub delivers a far more streamlined esports betting experience than was previously available on the site. Not only is the hub self-contained, but it also comes with integrated live streams of many different esports tournaments and events, as well as real-time data driven scoreboards, which means fans can keep on top of what is happening in their favourite esports.

Having first come onto the market 11 years ago, it was certainly time that Pinnacle esports updated its betting service for customers and the new Esports Hub has certainly delivered on many of the requests and feedback comments that customers have made to the company over those years.

“Award-Winning Product”

Speaking about the release of the Esports Hub, the CEO of Pinnacle, Paris Smith commented:

“With the unique position of being the only managed trading service with skin in the esports game, we know first-hand the challenges that operators face. The Esports Hub allows partners to leverage this know-how and deliver [to] their esports customers with an award-winning product designed for their needs.”

“Esports betting is a vertical in its own right, not an extension of the traditional sportsbook, and this B2B tool provides the community with a betting destination tailored to how they like to engage with esports, while also delivering operators new revenue streams and enhanced hold potential.”

Pinnacle will be allowing partner organisations to freely use the Esports Hub service on their website should they wish to do so and it is expected that many will certainly make use of this powerful new tool.

One of the appealing aspects of the Esports Hub is that it can be used as a standalone service for esports betting, or can be used alongside a provider’s existing esports service, depending on what each individual provider would prefer for their site.

Image Credits | Pinnacle

A True Esports Product?

Whether it was by necessity or design, early esports betting services tended to mirror the sports betting services that had been operational many years before.

However, as esports betting grew in popularity, it quickly became clear that these types of sites didn’t fully match the needs and wants of this new generation of bettors.

That is why the Esports Hub is important, it is a solution which has been designed from the ground up solely with betting on esports in mind and has ensured that the key features that punters wanted from just such a service have been included.

With a clean, crisp and extremely easy to follow interface, the Esports Hub looks like being another winner for Pinnacle.

Ian John

Since: August 10, 2015

Ian is a regular contributor to EsportsBets. Ian is well-versed in the world of esports betting and casino gaming and has written extensively on the online gambling industry. Ian brings fresh insight into all facets of gaming.

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