Apex Legends betting is a relatively new entrant into the world of eSports betting. Currently, there are no tournaments that are available to make Apex Legends betting lucrative. However, the game has tremendous potentials for growth in the world of online gambling, so it will most like likely follow the usual eSports betting rules.
A typical eSports betting involves bettors who wager on a player or a team who has the potential to beat out the other players and emerge as the winner. eSports betting has steadily become one of the most common ways to bet. This medium of gambling is combined with convenience as well as the potential to win significant amounts as most tournaments carry millions of dollars in prize money.
Since Apex Legends was published on February 4th, 2019, the game itself is in its nascent stage. Although this has not deterred prominent eSport bookmakers and sponsors from prepping up the match for eSport competition, there are no credible organisers or online bookmaker that has started accepting bets for Apex Legends. It is because they are still gauging the activities of the fans and whether or not the game and its developers will maintain the same feverish pace for at least a couple of years.
The numbers of tournaments that have taken place are a testament to the rising popularity of the game. There are also a couple of tournaments which are coming up in November, and they are:
- Streamer Anonymous scheduled for November 2nd 2019, in New York, United States, where a total of 8 teams are expected to compete.
- Tournament 1, scheduled for November 16th and 17th 2019 in the Denver United States. A total of 32 teams are expected to compete.