When Bete Bete first launched as a pay-per-view product in 2008, it had a very limited reach.
By 2010, it was a full-fledged company that was able to produce more than a million PPV events annually.
And, with the launch of UFC on FOX 17, Bete bettors finally had an option to bet on their favorite UFC fighter.
And while it’s hard to say what the odds were on UFC fighters winning a title shot with Bete, the bettor has had some success.
Bete’s main competitor for UFC fights has been Conor McGregor, who was able win a title fight against Daniel Cormier in 2017, and is currently ranked No. 4 on the UFC’s official rankings.
But Bete has also had success with BetE, with three UFC fights earning the company at least $5 million in bettoress revenue.
The first was UFC on FX 9, where Bete spent $10 million bet on Conor McGregor.
In that fight, McGregor was a dominant force, dominating the first round with his power kicks and a brutal left hook.
But in the second, McGregor looked for a way out and was eventually pushed into the corner, where he got hit by a punch.
The fight was eventually stopped and McGregor got his UFC championship.
Since then, BetE has been working to build Betebet and develop its betting features.
The company has recently added a new betting feature called “PokerStars” and has also launched BeteBet, which allows Beteto bet on UFC fights and more.
While the company has not announced the number of PPV buys it’s expecting for UFC on Fox 17, it has estimated that it will make at least 500,000 bets for UFC events this year alone.