Esports betting is a relatively new venture so there aren’t many dedicated and trusted sites to get tips. There are a few sites out there but they haven’t been around long enough and research enough to verify the validity of their predictions. If you are truly lost then sites like e-sportsbetting.org and olbg.com can give you a good place to start, they often offer brief explanations explaining why they’ve predicted a certain outcome. The industry is still waiting for a proven tipsters site but for now, the sites mentioned above can get you started in your quest to beat the bookies.
Being a regular viewer of the esport you wish to bet on goes a long way such as League of Legends, Overwatch and Defence of the Ancients 2. If you have a solid knowledge of the teams and players involved in these esports then you can make a more educated prediction when betting on the prediction of a match. It’s tough to be a successful esports better without having a solid foundation of knowledge about the game you wish to bet on. So, unlike traditional sports where there is a large fountain of knowledge to draw upon even if you aren’t that familiar with that sport, that doesn’t quite exist for esports yet. It’s better to stick to esports which you are a fan of and actively follow.
A recommendation a lot of people make is also to stick to the larger esports leagues. Betting on smaller more unpredictable leagues such as the Brazilian and Russian League of Legends leagues can work in the short-term but these leagues are so unpredictable that you might end up losing a lot of money as well. The larger leagues have more reliable odds and generally should be stuck to since they are also easier to follow and make educated guesses on.