- Rivalry has forayed into the mobile esports betting market with new offerings
- The company believes that mobile gaming will soon become one of the most popular forms of competition
- Rivalry’s first mobile esports betting offerings will include Free Fire, PUBG Mobile, Wild Rift, Mobile Legends and Call of Duty Mobile
Rivalry has once again demonstrated its commitment to innovation by bringing mobile esports betting to its sportsbook.
Rivalry Adds Mobile Esports Betting to Sportsbook
Rivalry Corp, a quickly-growing company focused on esports betting and media, has enhanced its offerings with a new addition. As of now, punters can enjoy premium mobile esports betting content on Rivalry’s sportsbook.
Thanks to the rise of esports betting, many gambling companies have been working to introduce their own competitive gaming offerings. However, many are yet to foray into the mobile esports betting vertical, making Rivalry one of the pioneers in this field.
Mobile gaming is quickly growing and, in some regions, is already more popular than its PC and console competitors. Games like Garena’s Free Fire and PUBG Mobile are getting millions of downloads every month. It has been estimated that 2.2 billion people across the world play games on their mobiles – a number expected to increase by more than 50% by 2025.
The mobile esports industry is poised for growth, making it an appealing sector for gambling operators.
Rivalry Is Committed to Appealing to Younger Audiences
Rivalry’s inaugural mobile esports betting offerings will cover many of the top mobile titles, such as the aforementioned Free Fire and PUBG Mobile, as well as League of Legends: Wild Rift, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and Call of Duty Mobile.
Steven Salz, Rivalry’s co-founder and chief executive, lauded the rising popularity of mobile esports, emphasizing that his company believes mobile esports will soon be cemented among the top gaming titles. He noted:
“Not everyone has a desktop computer capable of playing top games, or a console at home, but nearly everyone now has a mobile phone. This makes the global ecosystem for mobile gaming incredibly deep and exciting. We think the future is massive for this platform.”
Salz concluded that Rivalry will continue to pursue innovation by being the first to explore the freshest gambling markets. He noted that this approach has established the company’s sportsbook as the preferred betting outlet for younger people.
Rivalry is based in Toronto and offers esports and sports betting in 20 markets. Thanks to its drive for differentiation, the company has managed to keep bettors of all backgrounds engaged.