The weekend is here! With it comes a couple of huge matches at the League of Legends Championships in South Korea along with a couple of matches at CS:GO Gfinity Elite Series in Australia. So be sure to check out the latest eSports betting odds before making your picks!
Top eSports Betting Weekend Picks
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First, we’ll take a look at a few matches in LoL. Then, we’ll turn our attention to CS:GO.
Saturday, June 30
League of Legends Champions Korea
Hanwha Life +239 vs KDX -319
KingZone Dragon X appears to finally have it together after basting SK Telecom T1 by a 2 to 0 score on June 28. One of the very best squads in LoL had dropped a match to Griffin. There were some doubts that KDX was on a downturn. Beating SK Telecom T1 so handily should put those doubts to rest.
That’s bad news for Hanwha Life. However, Hanwha Life will have a shot in this. They made quick work of MVP this past Wednesday on June 27. They also had the benefit of checking out KDX’s win on June 28, meaning they’ve had some time to develop a strategy around what KDX is likely to do.
It might be time to go for the upset play.
eSports Betting Pick: Hanwha Life +239
Sunday, July 1
MVP +304 vs KT Rolsters -349
We thought the Rolsters might hand Griffin their first loss of the Champions Korea. They did just that on June 28, easily beating Griffin 2 to 0. KT Rolsters figure to keep the good times rolling on Sunday by dominating MVP, 0 to 2 losers to Hanwah Life earlier in the week. MVP also dropped a match to Jin Air Green Wings on June 29.
The Rolsters are huge favorites. They probably should be. It’s difficult to see MVP doing much to keep KT Rolsters from continuing on their merry way in the Champions South Korea.
eSports Betting Pick: KT Rolsters -349
CS:GO Gfinity League – Australia
Saturday, June 30
Avant +149 vs Roar -169
In their most recent CS:GO match, Roar beat Deceptors 3 to 2. That doesn’t matter much because Avant dominated Deceptors 3 to 0 on June 16. The key for this match is how both squads battled Chiefs.
Chiefs dominated Avant 3 to 0. Roar put up a battle in a 2 to 3 loss. Roar is a deserving favorite. They also deserve our backing because of how they went after Chief.
eSports Betting Pick: Roar -169
Deceptors +125 vs Ground Zero -145
Deceptors are 0 and 4 since the Gfinity Elite Series Australia started. They’ve pretty much been dominated by every CS:GO team they’ve faced in the Australian series. How bad has it been? They’re 12 and 3 in individual games. That’s a combined record in 4 matches.
Ground Zero has beaten Order, Roar, and Avant. They’re actually offering value at -145. It’s impossible to look past the faves in this spot.
eSports Betting Pick: Ground Zero -145