Latest Esports Predictions For Mainstream Matches
Making accurate or nearly accurate esports predictions is never easy, but you can ultimately come up with consistent wins if you’re updated with the latest happenings in the esports community, particularly in the most popular and major matches for mainstream esports: CSGO, League of Legends, Overwatch, and DotA 2.
League of Legends
The European Masters of League of Legends championship series is currently going on. We’re now on the Knockout Stage where top 8 teams from different groups and regions will play best of three matches. The grand finals will culminate on April 28, 2019. So as early as now, start coming up with esports betting predictions. Some of the powerful teams competing this season are BIG, Misfits Premier, Mad Lions E.C., Splyce Vipers, SK Gaming Prime, Team LDLC, Fnatic Rising, and Ventus Esports.
Keen Gaming recently won ESL One Mumbai 2019 , defeating Natus Vincere, TNC Predator, Complexity Gaming, Team Team, Keen Gaming, Mineski, The Pango, and Signifty in the process, and claiming the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool. This marks the team’s first live event victory in the history of the organization, and there will surely be more opportunities for the team to showcase their skills and talent, so watch out for their future matches while making accurate esports betting predictions.
The DreamHack Open Rio 2019 concluded with CIS team AVANGAR lifting the trophy and claiming the lion’s share of the $100,000 prize pool. The champions defeated Brazilian team FURIA in two out of three maps—2-16 in Vertigo, 16-8 in Inferno, and 19-16 in Train. The two teams exchanged wins and loses all throughout the tournament, but in the end, AVANGAR reigned victorious. This is one of the biggest tournaments where the CIS region was able to seal their legacy. If you have more CSGO CIS teams on your list, keep an eye on them and see if they have what it takes to surpass the current track record of AVANGAR.
The Overwatch League recently wrapped up its third week. Only four of the teams are undefeated. San Francisco Shock earned a 5-0 record in the second stage, Stage 1 champion and expansion team Vancouver Titans followed their record with another 5-0, but the Shock had their tiebreaker by winning all 20 of their maps. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Gladiators are sitting on top with 6 straight victories. So since the fourth week is currently going-on, make sure you start making accurate esports predictions