Top eSports Odds & Betting Picks for the Week – September 3rd Edition

Top eSports Picks for Week – September 3rd Ed

Written by on September 3, 2018

We take a deep dive into Virtus.pro vs Ninjas in Pyjamis, Gambit Esports against TyLoo, and Vega Squadron vs Team Spirit. Check out the best eSports odds matchups at the CS:Go FaceIt Major in London for Wednesday, Sep. 5!

Top eSports Betting Picks for the Week – September 3rd Edition

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive FaceIt Major, UK-London

Wednesday, Sep. 5

  • Space Soldiers -233 vs Rogue +174
  • North -233 vs Hellraisers +173
  • Team Liquid -217 vs OpTic +174
  • Astralis -1000 vs complexity Gaming +542

Wednesday, Sep. 5

Virtus.pro +181 vs Ninjas in Pyjamas -244
After failing at The International, Virtus.pro is back. This time the talented Russian eSports team heads to the UK to battle Ninjas in Pyjamas in their first CS:Go FaceIt Major, UK-London match. Virtus.pro beat HellRaisers and 5Power Club 2:0 at the Intel Extreme Masters in Shanghai before losing 1:2 to both TyLoo and MVP.PK in the Zotac Cup Playoffs. The team matches up well with Ninjas in Pyjamas, a somewhat overplayed choice here at -244. Ninjas in Pyjamas lost to Astralis at DreamHack-Stockholm in their last match. Virtus.pro is the play. Pick: Virtus.pro
Gambit Esports +100 vs TyLoo -132
Ninjas in Pyjamis also beat TyLoo at DreamHack-Stockholm. Tyloo’s gone 1-4 SU in their last 5 matches. That includes loses to North, Team Kinguin, and NRG Esports. Gambit Esports heads into their Wednesday match versus TyLoo off 3 straight losses: 2:0 vs NRG Esports, 1:0 vs mousesports.CS, and 1:2 vs HellRaisers. Neither team has much of an edge over the other while both teams could get out of their losing funk. But, Gambit Esports offers much better odds than TyLoo. It’s always a good idea to back the team offering better odds in tough to handicap matches. Pick: Gambit Esports Vega Squadron +129 vs Team Spirit -169 HellRaisers beat Team Spirit 2:1 at the CS:GO Minor Championships Grand Final on July 13. Team Spirit hasn’t battled in a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament since then. Vega Squadron’s been even more inactive than Team Spirit in CS:GO tournaments. Vega Squadron’s last CS:GO tournament played was back in January. Not that it matters. Both teams have taken part in other eSports tournaments. Team Spirit should beat Vega Squadron simply because they’re fresher playing CS:GO. I like Team Spirit to win this matchup. Pick: Team Spirit Check the MyBookie Sportsbook every day for updated odds on the biggest eSports gaming tournaments of the week!
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