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PandaScore, the AI-powered esports odds and data provider, has added Riot Games Valorant to the growing roster of games available through its powerful data and odds platform.

Valorant is a new game from the same team behind the hugely popular League of Legends, and PandaScore has launched its data and odds feeds in time for Masters, the latest instalment of the Valorant Champions Tour (VCT). The VCT, kicked off this February and runs throughout the year with competitions across the globe, including North America, Europe, Korea and more.

After successfully supplying operators with prematch odds from the beginning of the competition, Pandascore is now providing live markets on the Valorant Champions Tour.

Pixel.bet, CSGOEmpire and other operators that have integrated the PandaScore feed into their platform will be able to offer a range of match bets as the Valorant Champions Tour rolls on.

Bookmakers can offer markets including Winner 2-way, Winner 3-way, Total Maps Over/Under, Correct Score, First Map Result, Team to Win a Map, Team Maps Won and Maps Handicap. Punters can also place bets on the overall series winner.

A proven provider that values timely and accurate data, PandaScore will continue to collect data and iterate its deep learning models after every match, with plans to add more markets as the VCT edges closer to its main event in December.

The Paris-based company already offers comprehensive markets and odds for major video sports titles such as League of Legends, Overwatch, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, FIFA, Call of Duty, Rocket League and more.

Flavien Guillocheau, CEO at PandaScore, said: We are delighted to have added Valorant to our growing list of hugely popular games.  We received a lot of input from our customers and the broader market about offering this game. We wanted to provide this at the right moment and the PandaScore team did an incredible job in ensuring we were able to offer Valorant prematch and now live data and odds to bookmakers.  We will continue to collect match data whilst building and refining our offering for the game over the coming months.”