Coral is operated out of Stratford, London and Gibraltar, and is licensed and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commission. It is one of the most recognizable brands in the gambling industry, both online and offline. Winner is also worthy of such praise, being a very popular bookmaker in the sports betting landscape. They are licensed and regulated by the Antigua & Barbuda Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC), and have several different markets and prices on offer on their website for many different traditional sports.
As of the time of writing, Coral only offers match winner betting on Dota 2 games, while Winner has more specific markets such as map 1 winner. This is a rather pleasant surprise for a company that is new to eSports betting, as most such bookmakers will usually offer limited options at first. Winner has instead opted to go all out from the get-go, which is great as it makes the betting game more enjoyable and complex for both veterans and beginners alike. Such options are also unavailable on skins betting sites such as Dota 2 Lounge, which only offer match winner betting.
Both of these bookmakers’ websites have eSports in their own dedicated sections, conveniently placed in their respective navigation bars/panes on the user interface. However, both Coral and Winner have the eSports sections taken out of the interface when there are no available odds when you visit, so make sure that you visit regularly in order to see prices as they go up. Coral offers a £20 free bet after a £5 initial deposit, while Winner will give you a rather generous offer of £200 at most, after a £200 deposit. This can be scaled down as well; for example, a £30 deposit will net you a £30 free bet. However, this is subject to turnover conditions.