In order to further expand its position in the esports betting market, the Polish bookmaker STS has entered into a new partnership with esports data company RTSmunity. This promotes their expansion in competing against other esports betting sites.
STS was the first bookmaker to sponsor an individual player to mix conventional sportsbook ideals with the sport. The relationship with RTSmunity will continue the growing reputation of the company through a wide range of esports games, such as Dota, CSGO betting and League of legends, offering more knowledge and analytics.
Commending the new partnership, Mateusz Juroszek, CEO of STS, emphasised: “Seeing the rise of esports, not only in Poland but worldwide, it feels only natural to increase our presence in this field. That’s why we have teamed up with guys from RTSmunity.
“This partnership allows us to have a wide offer of markets, covering all major esports events like Dreamhack, or Intel Extreme Masters. The complex range of markets, tournaments coverage, and uptime of 95% are the crucial things we are looking for. We are convinced esports have got a lot of potentials, and together with RTSmunity, we will be a dominant part of that”
Veteran bookmakers and sports professionals are presenting unique betting concepts and exclusive offerings as a major challenge. To know more about the way sportsbooks reach punters halfway, you can read the Rivalry esports review. Sports data providers were signed by the top operators and STS wanted partners to provide similar services. STS had a clear need for a company.
With its revenues already more than ten times higher, from £59m to £630m over the last few years, STS continued to make capital out of the increasing popularity of the esports betting scene, as growth in its competitive gaming division has attributed to its growth.
In February of last year, STS extended its business primarily in its domestic polish market and aimed for further international expansion in the future.