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

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

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 EsportsVega Squadron +129 vs Team Spirit -169HellRaisers 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!