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Making money from a global pandemic; A blessing or ethically wrong?
As the number of people infected by the deadly virus Covid-19 (Coronavirus) increases, stores close and major sporting events are postponed, some people are cashing in on a global pandemic, by replicating their horse racing systems and applying them to Esports betting.
Harry Plumpton, 64 from Ireland, has made a successful living as a professional gambler for over 30 years after leaving his job as a carpet fitter.
Since the recent outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), all major sporting events, including the majority of UK horse racing meetings, have been postponed in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus.
Because of this, thousands of punters are left with few options when it comes to having the odd flutter, but some have seen a ‘quick fix’ and comes in the surprising form of Esports gaming.
“As with the majority of the UK (and the world), Coronavirus has had a huge effect on my income. Horse racing is how I make money, and when meetings are cancelled, I make nothing (money). Fortunately, I found a great alternative, an alternative I never thought I’d try – Esports”
Esports is one of the fastest growing entertainment sectors in the world today, with industry revenues set to grow to over £930m this year, according to a report by market intelligence firm Newzoo.
A diverse range of betting stakeholders have launched ESport products seeking to bridge the gap while sporting events are postponed.
Plumpton also told Punters.News…
“I’m 64 years old. I know zero about computers or gaming, let-a-lone Esports, but during these times I was forced to adapt the horse racing system I’ve followed for over 30 years and apply it to the modern way of gambling – and it works better than I could ever imagine”
Betting on Esports is no different to placing bets on traditional methods such as horse racing or football matches. The principles are exactly the same and bets can be placed via any device, including mobile.
The phrase esports stands for ‘electronic sports.’ It basically refers to a type of computer or console game that is played by an individual, or team of players, against other individuals or teams either over the Internet (an online game). It can also take place over a local area network (LAN). This is termed an offline game.
Of course, there are many games nowadays on PC and consoles that facilitate multiple players playing online from around the world, or LAN play. But what marks esports out as different from these games (such as the recently released Star Wars Battlefront) is that these events attract major sponsorship from companies. They also have a clear tournament structure and organisation.
As a result, esports events also tend to attract the best gamers in the world. Many of these are amateur players. However, an increasing number—especially in the Far East in South Korea and China—are professional gamers who earn a living playing in esports tournaments.
There are a number of games that are viewed as esports games. Some of the most commonly played include: FIFA, iRacing, Fortnite and Street Fighter.
“I’m quite an old-fashioned guy but wouldn’t say I’m stuck in the past. I love horse racing – It’s in my blood, but right now Esports is allowing me to continue with my profession and make a comfortable income. Will I go back to horse racing – Of course, but right now it’s Esports and I would love for others to join me in this new venture.”
Plumpton wants others to give Esports a go and has created an online area where fellow punters can interact and share their knowledge, including a copy of the horse racing system that he has adapted.
Want to know more? Join Harry here
What a fantastic article and a great idea. I’m also a huge horse racing fan and love the sport, but during this time where there’s no racing I will definitely be seeing what Harry has in-store. Thanks guys.
I’ve been looking in to Esports over the past year and have seen lots of coverage on the news. We have to move with the times and keep up with the betting world and this looks like its going to be big!
Just registered with Harry and what he has set up looks really interesting. Can’t wait to get started. P.S: I’m also 64. Let’s hope old dogs can learn new tricks 🙂
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