FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is almost here, with many platforms turning the tides in their favor to make the most out of the month-long international event. BetDEX becomes the latest entrant by announcing the launch on Solana Mainnet effective November 17, 2022.
BetDEX is a sports betting platform built on the Monaco protocol. Users who register on the platform can bet on football matches for a small fee, except those being played in the World Cup. Users can bet on World Cup matches without paying any fees.
Varun Sudhakar, the Chief Executive Officer of BetDEX, believes that several sports betting platforms have milked customers by offering subpar products for a high fee while restricting their winning players. BetDEX solves the problem, allowing users to engage as much as possible to win huge rewards.
However, this officially puts BetDEX among the top FIFA betting sites worldwide. Other platforms in the list are BetOnline, BetUS, MyBookiee, xBet, and BetNow.
The great news is that BetDEX plans to expand its offering in the coming times. It is currently kick-starting its operations with football matches; however, users can expect the inclusion of cricket, tennis, and soccer in 2023.
Users across Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America can register on the platform. Geographical expansion is also being considered subject to approvals and regulations. The functions of BetDEX are currently licensed and regulated under the Online Gambling Regulation Act in the Isle of Man.
A final call on sports betting with cryptocurrency is yet to be taken in several regions; however, users will have a lot of chances to place their bets throughout the event. Considering the number of stages scheduled during the tournament, bets placed on a single match will not be enough. With betting fees waived for World Cup matches, users will not have to worry about that one aspect that has long restricted them from placing bets on a match.
As for those who have been active on sports betting sites, this is a sweet treat delivered by BetDEX right before the beginning of the global event.