Pinnacle: eSports Hub is back

8 Nov 2017

Pinnacle-esports-Hub_1One of the most trustful online bookmakers, Pinnacle.com has decided to offer the eSports Hub once again to their clients. The goal of this movement is to give to the players an additional boost for their eSports involvement.

According to the company, the new services will allow players to find easier the game they prefer and focus on it. The new eSports bettors also, will be able to access entry level content.

Trading director of Pinnacle.com, Marco Blume, said: “Pinnacle passed the five million esport bet milestone earlier this year, and I was projecting to reach 10 million by January 2018. With the relaunch of our eSports Hub I may have to revise that prediction.”

Harry Lang, marketing director at Pinnacle.com, stated also: “Pinnacle has been at the forefront of esports betting since 2010 and we are totally committed to maintaining our position as the global leader in the future. Our new eSports Hub is designed to support this ambition; we have combined our exceptional odds in a user-friendly format and published a huge portal of educational content so new and established esports bettors can develop and improve alongside us.”

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