This is going to be a busy weekend in the League of Legends world, as we are entering the playoff stage in many of the regional leagues. One of the busiest days falls on Sunday, with the LLA having no less than 5 different games on the schedule. The 5 playoff teams have already been decided there, and we now head into Phase 2 of the season, with those 5 teams going head to head. All of the matchups are a single game, so the action goes quickly. Let’s get right to the action and find out who has the best League of Legends odds.
eSports Betting: League of Legends Liga Latinoamericana April 19th Matches
Rainbow7 (+108) Vs Isurus (-156) – 4PM EST
Both of these teams finished Phase 1 of the season with a 10-4 record, with Rainbow7 taking both games against Isurus. That may lead you to believe that they will win this one, too, but Isurus come into this one on a 4-game winning streak. This will be a fin one to watch, but I am going with Isurus to get the win when it really matters.
XTEN Esports (+417) Vs Gillette Infinty Esports (-833) – 5 PM EST
XTEN are heading into Phase 2 as the bottom seed, as they ended the season with a record of 6-8. They will be up against the top team in the league in this one, with Gillette leading the way in the LLA with an 11-3 record. The teams that’s landed in the top 4 would appear to be the best the league has to offer, which makes XTEN the odd man out here.
Isurus (-112) Vs All Knights (-126) – 6 PM EST
There really is no rest for the wicked, as Isurus will be back in action almost immediately after their opening game of the day. They can really get off to a hot start in phase 2 with a pair of wins today, but they will have a tough one against an All Knight’s League of Legends team that finished Phase 1 with an 11-3 record. Both teams are on winning runs, but I have a feeling that Isurus will nab this one.
XTEN Esports (+257) Vs Rainbow7 (-434) – 7 PM EST
It really does look as though XTEN’s League of Legends team are coming into Phase 2 as a real longshot, as they are the only roster of the 5 who made it in with a losing record. They lost both meetings with Rainbow7 in Phase 1 of the LLA, which makes you wonder where a win is coming from in this stage. I think XTEN might fail to win a game in Phase 2, so I am on Rainbow7 in this one.
Gillette Infinity Esports Vs All Knights – 8 PM EST
At the time of writing, the odds for this one was not yet on the board, but we don’t really need to see them to know that this one is going to be tight. Both of these teams finished Phase 1 with an 11-3 record, but it is worth noting that 2 of All Knights losses came at the hands of Gillette, which is why I think GES will win this one.