LOOT.BET: Poland, Russia, and Ukraine least active by the average quantity of bets per client

Esports-dedicated bookmaker LOOT.BET has revealed its review of the last year’s esports betting statistics.According to the research, the most popular esports title to bet on in 2020 was Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, occupying a share of more than 53 percent of total money placed on LOOT.BET.

Second place in the respective chart was Dota 2 with a share of 35 percent, while League of Legends placed third with 7 percent.

Within the most demanded titles, LOOT.BET’s users placed the most money on following events: ESL One Road to Rio (CS:GO), Epic League (Dota 2) and Legends Pro League (LPL) Summer (League of Legends).
Among teams, Natus Vincere (CS:GO), Team Nigma (Dota 2) and T1 (League of Legends) were the favourites. By average bet size it was Team Liquid (CS:GO), Just Error (Dota 2) and Victory Five (League of Legends), whilst the max bets belonged to Heroic (CS:GO), Team Aster (Dota 2) and DAMWON Gaming (League of Legends).

LOOT.BET has also shared statistics for countries, according to which the luckiest bettors were citizens of Ukraine, Sweden, and Hungary, while the unluckiest users came from Spain, Canada, and South Korea.

The most active, by the average quantity of bets per client, were Hungary, Japan, and Switzerland, with the least active by the same measure being Poland, Russia, and Ukraine.
The highest median odds were recorded in India, the Philippines and Poland. Spain, Indonesia, and South Korea placed at the bottom of the respective rankings.

Despite plenty of esports events being cancelled due to the pandemic in 2020, LOOT.BET showed significant growth. In the past year, the bookmaker saw a 67 percent increase in betting volumes while active users grew by 58 percent.


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