Call of Duty Betting – Black Ops 4
One of the big advantages of eSports betting is that each game can be seen as a different type of “sport” requiring unique skills, strategies and team dynamics. Under the genre of First-Person Shooters (FPS), Call of Duty (CoD) is one of the more popular games along with Counterstrike: Global Offence. Being that it is such a popular game, online Call of Duty betting is available at all top eSports betting sites with multiple markets for individual matches, leagues and tournaments.
For anyone interested in betting on CoD Black Ops 4 matches, take a look at what we have to say so you can place solid wagers:
Excitement of COD Bets
Call of Duty is a first-person shooter (FPS) game published by Activision. The game was originally developed for PC with later editions adapted for both PC and consoles. Unlike many other competitive video games, Call of Duty is an annual series, which means there is a new version played each year. When it was first picked up by eSports enthusiasts and Call of Duty Betting sites, the version being played was Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
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While the game features both a single player and multiplayer mode, for competitive eSports matches, only the multiplayer mode is used. The most recent version of the game and the one being played competitively at the moment is Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. While the maps may change as well as the characters, the core gameplay formula remains intact with each new version, giving players the ability to retain strategies across multiple versions.
How a Match Plays Out
A competitive Call of Duty Match is played with two teams of four players each which is where one of the many differences are between it and CS:GO competitive eSports. Call of Duty bets can be placed on individual matches, tournaments or Leagues. In a match, players take on one of five roles or divisions. These include Airborne, Armoured, Expeditionary, Infantry and Mountain. Each division has their own strengths and weaknesses as well as weapon access and defence mechanisms.
Instead of having one game objective, Call of Duty has three distinct game modes that can be played across multiple maps. The first mode is Domination where a team must capture and hold a specific point on a map. The second mode is Team Deathmatch where the object is simply to eliminate the opposing team. The third and final mode is War Mode where one team must complete a set objective while the opposing team must stop them from achieving the objective.
Call of Duty Betting Options
All top-rated Call of Duty betting sites offer both match and tournament betting. For leagues and international tournaments, outright bets can be placed on the overall winning team. Bets can also be placed on the top-two teams to reach the final as well as the top team in each group. Some sites also offer “group of” bets where you predict which group the final winning team will emerge from. You’ll also be able to place bets on the new Blackout mode from Black Ops 4. This esports betting follows the craze of Battle Royale games and offers a new angle to bet on.
In any given league or tournament, bets can be placed on individual matches. The most popular wager is the money line or match bet. This simply involves predicting the winner of the match, which can either be a best of 3 or best of 5 format. If teams are unevenly matched, handicap betting is put in place where the bookmaker gives the underdog a virtual point advantage. Many of these betting options are familiar if you have any experience in Overwatch betting, but its important that you understand the differences that make Call of Duty such a popular game.
There are also a selection of Call of Duty bets that relate to specific game stats. These may be more difficult to place, as they require in-depth knowledge of the game. Some of the most popular prop bets include map winner, first kill, total number of kills per map/ per game and correct score.