The word “Betting” in itself is a rudimentary term – you place your money to “forecast” on a specific outcome of the game, and get paid in certain amounts if the results are in your favour. World of Tank in particular is a very popular choice for punters looking to bet their money on e-sports games that involves strategic bet placements and a well-constructed and calculated risk management.
Betting on World of Tanks has gained significant relevance in the last few years, especially after the developers announced its debut Global Championship Tournament. Until 2019, the only official tournament for the World of Tank community was the Wargaming.net League. This league featured 12 premiere teams from three different regions – CIS, APAC, EU, and 10 from NA region. The latest iteration of the Wargaming.net League, aka, WGL grand finals featured a massive prize pool of $300,000, making the tournament a hot-zone for punters to place their wagers with generous number of games to bet on throughout the tournament.
However, the most recent development has elevated the “relevance” of World of Tank betting even more. How? Wargaming (the developers of WoT) recently announced a Global World of Tank Championship Tournament that will feature only the top six teams from all over the regions. The tournament will carry a prize pool of $100,000, and will take place in the Blitz Twister Cup 2019 in Minsk, Belarus.
The entire event will be streamed online on 9th November 2019, providing an ideal platform for punters to place their bets on who can attain the title of the best WoT team in the world.
Apart from such global tournaments, the World of Tank also features some regional tournaments within the community that are streamed live on Twitch and other video streaming platforms.