In the archeological site of Kalakača findings of Early Bosut culture (Bosut-Basarabi) with traits of Gava culture dating to the 9th century BC
It was first mentioned in 1564. During Ottoman rule (16th-17th century) the village of Beška was populated by Serbs. During Habsburg rule, ethnic Germans settled there. Following World War II in Yugoslavia, the German population fled the village, while new inhabitants mostly from Croatia settled in the village in place of the Germans.