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Flyquest - Golden Guardians
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Team Dignitas - 100 Thieves
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Team Liquid - Golden Guardians
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Immortals - Counter Logic Gaming
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Bet League of Legends on Stake

The recent rise of eSports and League of Legends (LoL), in particular, has been super impressive. At Stake.com, you have an unrivalled opportunity to bet on LoL fixtures, leagues and the main events throughout the calendar year.

You can create an account at Stake.com for free and benefit from super-fast deposits and instant withdrawals in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other cryptocurrencies , providing a hassle-free online betting experience.

The Stake sportsbook has been leading the way since 2020 and has become one of the leading destinations for eSports fans to back their favourite teams and to find the best betting odds, betting tips, and value ahead of major events.

To get started at Stake.com, all you need is a stable internet connection and an understanding of how eSports works, and you’re all set. Now, learn all about betting on LoL and eSports betting at the Stake sportsbook. You can also check out our range of game betting tips on a wide range of sports online.

History of League of Legends (LoL)

LoL first emerged in 2009 as a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed by Riot Games. The game was actually developed off the back of Warcraft III’s Defense of the Ancients map, and LoL has come on leaps and bounds since its original release.

LoL was initially released as a free-to-play game, which fuelled its incredible rise in popularity, and it quickly became one of the best-loved MOBA (Massive Online Battle Arena) games of its time.

In the decade after its initial release, LoL established its position as one of the most popular and prominent player-versus-player battle games online, in which players defend their positions within an online map, earning points to defeat their opponents.

Riot Games developed and progressed LoL’s gameplay thanks to in-game purchases and microtransactions (predominantly from selling skins for the characters). By 2011, LoL had approximately 15 million online players.

The first-ever LoL international tournament was held in the same year at DreamHack. By 2021, the tournament had grown to attract a global viewership of 100 million people, highlighting just how popular LoL has become.

Rise of LoL eSports

The rise of LoL eSports lies in the fact that it’s one of the easiest and most accessible MOBA games available. It hasn’t changed a great deal since 2011, and it has gained a cult following among players.

As well as the World Championship, LoL has expanded to become one of the most eagerly competed eSports on the planet. Annually, other major LoL tournaments held include the Mid-Season Invitation and the All-Stars Tournament. There are also regional leagues and competitions for players to enjoy, with LEC, LCS, LCK, and LPL engaging players from Europe to China.

Today, LoL is one of the most popular eSports and attracts millions of players and viewers annually. At Stake.com, you can place your bets on upcoming LoL matches, tournaments, and leagues and have several exciting eSports betting options, as we explain below.

How to Bet on LoL & Betting Options

Betting on League of Legends eSports is essentially the same as betting on any other sport, and there are different wagers you can place on upcoming fixtures:

Moneyline (Head to Head)

The easiest way to bet on LoL eSports is to place a moneyline wager, also known as a head-to-head. Your job here is simply picking which team you think will win the fixture. So, if you think Royal Never Give Up will defeat JD Gaming in their upcoming LoL matchup, you can back them in a moneyline bet. The margin of victory isn’t important in a moneyline bet, and your only concern is which team wins.

Outrights

An LoL eSports outright bet allows you to place a bet on who you think will win a particular tournament. Will the impressive T1 clinch victory at the Worlds? Or do you think Misfits Gaming will secure the LEC crown? Whichever league or tournament you follow, you can back your favourite eSports teams to success with a selection of outright bets at Stake.com.

Multibet

An eSports multibet enables you to back several teams in the same wager. Sometimes called an accumulator or parlay bet, a multibet is a great way to add value and lengthen your odds. So, instead of picking the winning team of one LoL fixture, you can pick several teams to win their respective matches before adding them to your betting slip at Stake.

Riot LoL

Riot Games is the company behind LoL and is responsible for organising major tournaments and esports championships, such as the League of Legends World Championship. All of the teams that regularly compete in regional and national LoL tournaments want to win big at the Worlds, and you can expect an incredible level of gaming at each event.

The Worlds Riot LoL is an annual tournament and the biggest on the LoL calendar, so be sure to make your selections and place your bets at Stake.com ahead of the first fixture.

Tencent LoL

After Riot’s incredible success in bringing League of Legends to the market, the game developer was acquired by Chinese conglomerate Tencent. As a result, Tencent Games runs the Chinese servers of LoL and arranges several LoL games in mainland China.

Some of the main Tencent LoL competitions in China include LPL, LDL, Demacia Cup, and Hero of Cities, and they’re all regularly streamed by millions of fans. You can back your favourite Chinese LoL teams at Stake.

PG eSports

Based in Lombardy, Italy, PG eSports is the organiser of several prominent LoL tournaments , including the popular PG Nationals and the Italian European Regional League. The winners of the ERL qualify for the LoL European Masters.

eSports are really popular in Italy, and LoL fixtures are streamed by PG eSports and receive huge viewing figures. By placing selected wagers at the Stake sportsbook, you can back leading Italian eSports teams, including Atleta, Macko, and Morning Stars.

DreamHack

DreamHack is an ESL gaming brand that specialises in the organisation of eSports tournaments and huge gaming conventions. DreamHack hosts some of the biggest eSports events on the calendar and was the inaugural host of the LoL World Championships in 2011.

If you’re serious about eSports, the chances are that you have tuned into a DreamHack LoL event , and you can support your favourite teams as they do battle in some of the biggest events on the LoL calendar.

NEST LoL

NEST LoL - the National Electronic Sports Tournament - is hosted annually in China. The tournament is the biggest on the Chinese LoL calendar and attracts teams worldwide, thanks to big prize money pots and sponsorship opportunities.

At Stake.com, we allow you to place a number of bets on every fixture in the NEST LoL tournament, helping you make a profit from watching your favourite eSports teams this season.