How to Set Your Steam Inventory to Betting Public

Are you a professional Steam trader who uses the game as a platform to practice and study? Or are you just someone who plays for fun and decides to take the game seriously?

If you’re the later, then congratulations! You’re in for a treat. Steam has a lot of potential to be the ultimate sportsbook for gamers. If you want to set your Steam account to betting public, then you can do so with extremely minimal effort. Keep reading for more information on how to set your Steam inventory to public.

The Basics

In order to place bets in Steam, you will need to have a Steam wallet. This wallet can be purchased from any reputable online casino or sportsbook that supports Crypto currencies, like Bitcoin or Ethereum. You can also use PayPal or traditional methods to deposit and withdraw funds.

Once you have your Steam wallet, you can visit the casino’s website, log in with your credentials, and make a deposit to your account. You can now use this wallet to place quick and easy bets on any sporting event that is running on any streaming site or platform. You can choose from a variety of markets including the outright winner, total over/under scores, moneyline, and numerous in-play betting options.

If this sounds like a lot of work and you’re looking for a hassle-free way to play, then option two below may be the answer. But if you’re keen to take your gaming seriously then read on.

The Second Option

If you’re looking for a hassle-free way to play, then Steam offers a second option. This option allows players to place bets on events that aren’t running continuously, like the Superbowl or the World Series. This option requires that you set up some sort of system to automatically bet on your behalf. For example, you can set up a Google alert to be notified whenever the Yankees play the Red Sox. You can then click the alert and have the site automatically place a bet for you, on the event that is triggered by the search term.

Another way to setup this sort of automated betting system is with an Alexa Skill. With an Alexa skill, you can tell the Alexa device to place a bet on your behalf. For example, you can Tell Alexa to place a bet on the winner of the World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers. This sort of setup can be quite handy if you have a lot of disposable income and don’t want to go through the hassle of keeping track of matches manually.

How To Set Your Steam Inventor To Betting Public In 5 Simple Steps

To set your Steam account to betting public, you will need to take five simple steps. Begin by opening a new account at any of the reputable online casinos that offer Bitcoin or Ethereum deposits.

Next, download the My Steem app from the Google Play Store or the App Store. This app will connect you to your Steam account and allow you to make all of the necessary adjustments to get started.

Once you have installed the app, open it and log in with your Steam credentials. The app will then ask you to confirm that this is indeed your account. If everything is set up correctly, you will then be presented with the option to select a Bitcoin wallet or an Ethereum wallet to store your funds in.

From here, you can click on your wallet and make a deposit to your Steam wallet. Once the transaction is complete, the My Steem app will indicate that your account is now active and ready for use. Now, you can click on the Trading tab and click on the Betting icon.

From here, you can input the event or tournament that you would like to bet on and then click on the big green button to begin placing your bets. If you’re using Bitcoin as your currency, then you will be presented with a list of all of the upcoming matches, with the option to select the ones that you would like to wager on. Using multiple coins is also an option, so you can make a combined payment to the sportsbook for the best possible odds.

Once you have clicked on the green button, you will be presented with a list of all of the sportsbooks that the site has negotiated rates with. If you are accepting Bitcoin, the odds will be in BTC and if you are using fiat currency, the odds will be in USD. In most cases, there will also be another currency option, like EUR or CAD. Check out each site’s terms and conditions before making a deposit to ensure that everything is above board. And when you’re done placing your wagers, be sure to click on the green button at the top right corner of the page.

This will withdraw all of the funds from your wallet and return you to the app’s main screen, where you can set your next bet or continue playing.

More Information

If you’re interested in learning more, you can check out the Crypto currencies page on the Global Payments website or visit the Steam marketplace to learn more about the many different types of bets and markets available for players.

Or, you can read the FAQs on the Bitcoin wiki to get answers to your questions instantly.