The systems and methods described in the patent application relate to users' ability to subscribe to certain betting markets, such as esports games, teams, players, and the like, and be grouped into larger order blocks, which leads to better liquidity matching and enhanced pricing for electronic gaming platforms. The technology provides an exciting new way to participate in esports betting.
Bart Barden, COO, Esports Technologies, said, "The private exchange described in this patent application could substantially elevate the esports wagering experience for high-volume bettors and traders. Our team will continue to refine the technology so that we can deliver the most engaging esports betting exchange platform."
This filing represents the latest addition to Esports Technologies' portfolio of advanced wagering offerings. In August 2021, the company filed a provisional patent application for a technology that uses artificial intelligence to generate odds models for use in a betting algorithm for esports tournaments and various stages of a tournament. In June 2021, it filed a patent covering a proprietary live streaming technology that integrates sports and esports wagering across many of the most popular streaming platforms, including Twitch, YouTube, Facebook Gaming, and Hulu, among others.
About Esports Technologies
Esports Technologies is developing groundbreaking and engaging wagering products for esports fans and bettors around the world. Esports Technologies is one of the leading global providers of esports product, platform and marketing solutions. The company operates a licensed online gambling platform, gogawi.com, that offers real money betting on esports events and professional sports from around the world in a secure environment. The company is developing esports predictive gaming technologies that allow distribution to both customers and business partners.
For more information, visit: https://esportstechnologies.com.
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