Before you jump into esports betting in Malaysia, let us share some helpful tips we’ve gathered over the years.
How do you plan to keep betting if you don’t have a valid method to fund your betting account? To avoid any confusion, let’s cover the common payment channels in Malaysia.
When nothing else works in the online payment industry, you must put your trust in cards. Whether it’s Visa or Mastercard, you're good to go as long as it supports international payments.
If you don’t have a card just yet, you can always use Touch ‘n Go, the ultimate e-wallet in Malaysia! From paying for tolls to shopping online, you can do everything with help from TNG cards and e-wallets. Moreover, you can use PayPal, Skrill, and Neteller as alternative payment methods in the country.
Bitcoin esports betting sounds like a fascinating activity, right? Well, it’s not. It’s as simple as depositing into your betting account using Bitcoins. Or, you can use any of the other cryptos like Litecoin, Ether, USDT, Dogecoin, and so on.
Sports betting as a whole is illegal in Malaysia. However, the government doesn’t prosecute individual bettors. So, you’re safe as long as you stick to the offshore sites.
If it’s decimal odds, the number is a multiplier for your total winnings. So, an RM100 bet at 2.00 odds means you’ll get paid RM200 if the bet wins.
It varies from game to game. If we have to choose one, Intel Extreme Masters seems to top our minds.
Esports titles are excellent for props betting as you can create a lot of unique markets. So, yes, you can do props betting in Malaysia.
Bet365 is our primary choice for esports betting, and it has a massive collection of tournaments and matches to choose from.