The first ever FIFA UltimateQuaranTeam tournament got underway recently, kicking off a crazy for electronic league betting, and South African sports betting firms are offering betting on electronic leagues as Fifa eSports matches, starting from as little as R1. In this post we’ll be having a brief look at what Electronic Leagues are all about as well as the betting options available to punters for this popular Esport. If you’d like to know more about how eSports soccer betting works then check out our Esports Soccer Betting Guide.
What is the Electronic League?
Electronic Leagues are played on FIFA 20, usually in a 128-team FIFA 20 tournament (As in the FIFA 20 Video Game, but played on PS4) and has a range of players representing their teams, these range from professional footballers to Esports professionals. The games are quick and action packed, lasting 12 minutes per match and 6 minutes a half. Some league might have different match times and rules but usually the games are 12 minutes unless otherwise stated.
The worldwide eTournament sees clubs from across England’s top four divisions, as well as sides from France, Germany, Netherlands, Italy and many other countries competing for glory. It’s no longer about the worlds biggest clubs, but more about the player behind the controller.
So don’t be surprised to see Jomo Cosmos beat Liverpool 3-0! Funds raised by the tournaments will go to clubs that have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic and tens of thousands of pounds have already been raised. So if you’re willing then you can also make a donation to help these clubs in need.
Popular Electronic Leagues
There is a wide variety of leagues running through out the year, and we’ve listed the most popular ones below.
- Liga Pro
- ESports Battle – EPL
- Champions League B
- Fifa Quaranteam
Electronic League Betting
Many South Africans are well aware that there is little to be on at the moment, due to all the major leagues being suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic. You’ve likely heard of other punters talking about betting on the league or seen some betslips from Hollywoodbets, so it is growing in popularity in SA.
Electronic League Betting offers an alternative to traditional sports betting and you’re also able to bet on these matches at various bookmakers. Currently you can bet on the Fifa electronic league at Hollywoodbets, and there are a few markets to choose from, including match winner and handicap winners. They have also added more betting options like both teams to score, correct score, handicaps and more.
There are a few other bookmakers offering the league but we recommend using Hollywoodbets as your electronic league betting site, they’re simply miles ahead of other bookmakers in South Africa who have the UltimateQuaranTeam league on offer.
You can find all the latest fixtures and odds on the Hollywoodbets mobile and desktop sites by browsing Soccer > Electronic Leagues > FIFA 2020. All the fixtures and latest odds are also in this section of the site.
Just a note that you’ll only find fixtures and odds closer to the matches being released, usually a day or so before the match is set to take place. Consult the tournament schedule below for a better idea of when we’ll see odds posted.
Betting from around the World
Those punters who are not from South Africa can find betting odds for the league on 1XBet, who offer a good range of markets and betting options. Once again they are only recommended for punters who are outside of South Africa as they are not licensed to operate in SA.
They have more electronic league markets than what you can find in South Africa, and offer betting on overs, both teams to score and more. There are a total of 30 different betting markets for the league. Highly recommended for bettors around the world.
Betway South Africa have released their outright odds on the tournament and you can view all the latest favourites on the one of the various betting sites. Below are the current favourites for the tournament, with Man City leading the pack, followed by Middlesbrough and Angers Sco.
How to watch the Electronic League?
There are several options for punters to tune in and watch the latest Electronic League action. Streams have been made available on Youtube ,Twitter, and Twitch. You’ll need to search for UltimateQuaranTeam or the match that you want to watch, and look for a live stream or someone hosting a stream. Most clubs are streaming their matches from their official Youtube channels.
The action is also set to be streamed across social media so keep an eye out for streams. We were hoping that Ginx.tv on DSTV channel 127 might be showing the matches but they don’t appear on their schedule.
- For all the latest on where to watch we recommend you follow the organizers on Twitter. They provide links to streams, fixtures, results and more.
Electronic League Fixtures
The below electronic league fixtures are courtesy of Betway. We found that bookmakers usually have the most up to date information on fixtures so it’s worth paying them a visit if you’re looking for upcoming matches.
Electronic Leagues Results
Getting results for the electronic league can be a challenge as no major live score sites are covering the event. Livescore also have up to date coverage on all the matches and electronic league results.
Other popular Electronic Leagues
Thanks to the huge surge in popularity there have been several other electronic leagues that are now available for betting. One of the most popular leagues is Liga Pro, which is also based on FIFA 20. Punters interested in the Liga Pro electronic league can find the latest odds and fixtures online.