Latest Esports Predictions For April Onwards
It’s difficult to make esports predictions since not all matches have the same formula. There are tournament upsets and other surprises that will change the outcome of the game, so it’s important to have facts and data that will support you. Taking that on board, let’s see the latest updates and happenings within the esports community.
One of the major events in CSGO today is sponsored by DreamHack. 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.
League of Legends
The Mid-Season Invitational will start next week, and it will introduce 13 of the best League of Legends teams from 13 regions. All the participants will compete in Asia to challenge the reigning champion, China’s Royal Never Give Up. The tournament will officially start on May 1 in Ho Chi Minh City. At press time, the top three seeds for the tournament are Invictus Gaming, SK Telecom T1, and G2 Esports. All of these three teams have an impressive track record and have dominated their respective domestic finals before the Mid-Season Invitational. Despite their similarities, analysts pointed out that the skills and potentials of the top seeds will be tested through the current meta. Make sure you have a set of esports betting predictions prepared for the big three.
The Overwatch League stage 3 has concluded and the teams are now preparing for the next stage. The top teams competing on the top seed this week are Vancouver Titans, San Francisco Shock, Los Angeles Gladiators, New York Excelsior, and London Spitfire. The top seeder, Vancouver Titans, executed another impressive performance. They steamrolled their way to the top seed and managed to have back to back wins. A few more weeks of undefeated play and they will surely dominate the entire tournament. Make sure to reserve your esports predictions for them!
After several teams pulled out of the tournament, ESL One Mumbai left with 8 DotA 2 teams. Keen Gaming won the crown, defeating all 7 Dota 2 teams 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. Make sure to include the team in your future esports betting predictions.