Call of Duty betting

Call of Duty (CoD) is one of the most popular video games of all time and now you can take your interest a step further and do some betting. We give you the matches, odds and betting sites that offers CoD betting.

About the Game

Call of Duty is a first-person game. Developed by Activision, it was first designed for use with Microsoft Windows but later versions of the game made it available on other platforms. eSport tournaments helped to make this game even more competitive and first began with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and with every new version of the game there has been additional tournaments. Call of Duty 4 was also the first version of the game to be set in the future, while the previous versions were placed firmly in World War II.

Why CoD went esports

eSports fans love Call of Duty because it offers the multiplayer mode and it moves along at a very fast pace, giving it much more of an arcade-game feel to it, when compared to other similar games. Each player is given a jetpack, can scale and jump from walls and complete a number of other stunts. Each game will have two teams, each with four players. There are different maps and modes within the game and the team that wins is the one that achieves the highest number of points. There are usually two support players on each team and 2 marksmen. Players can also make use of different types of weapons.

Call of Duty Betting

Call of Duty is considered to be one of the best computer games to bet on, mainly because it is very easy to understand how the game works. There are also lots of different ways in which people can place a bet. There are four main Call of Duty betting markets. The first is for the winner of the match, the second is the handicap market, the third is the outright winner market and finally the specials market. Most people will place a bet on the match winner. The outright winner market is very popular but the bet has to be placed before the tournament starts. It is a bet on the winner of the whole tournament rather than individual matches.