The Dallas Empire were set to host their inaugural homestand March 28-29th, at the Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas, until it was moved online in light of recent concerns about COVID-19. With the change from LAN to online, there has without a doubt been a change in what teams may end up making a run to the final and possibly win the tournament.
The GG.Bet Ice Challenge already has its first few days in the books, and thus far has played out more or less how anyone could have predicted. The red hot mousesports leading the way in Group A, and the new look Na’vi also sitting with a perfect record in Group B.
With the New Year upon us, that can mean only one thing; a new season for professional League of Legends. Each region has their own domestic league, but here we will be taking a look at the Brazilian league and who the best bet is to come out as the champion in the first split of the CBLOL.
The ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational is set to start December 17 and will see 12 teams go head-to-head in Singapore with the top team walking away with $200,000.
The final Dreamhack event of the year will see eight teams battling it out for the $50,000 prize for first place at Dreamhack Open Sevilla. Which team is the best bet to reach the final and win the competition in Spain?
The ESEA Global Challenge Season 32, is set to take place in Dallas from December 14-15 and will see eight teams battle it out for the $25,000 prize for first place.
The CS:GO Asia Championships are set to run November 20-24, in Shanghai and will see eight teams battling it out to take home the $250,000 prize for first place. We cover the best bets to win the event, region and to reach the final here.
Astralis, Evil Geniuses and Vitality are all top favorites to win the IEM Beijing this week while Europe is picked as the top favorite to be the winning region. We have the best picks for the event here.
The quarterfinal stage of the League of Legends World Championship wrapped up on Sunday, and the final four teams have been decided. We take a look at how the odds have adjusted ahead of the semifinals.
With the first half of the Group Stage in the books, it’s time to take another look at the updated odds table and re-evaluate which teams pose the biggest threat to win it all at the League of Legends World Championship.
The third edition of the Intel Grand Slam is well underway with three teams currently in contention for the million-dollar prize, with each holding one tournament win. We take a look at the leading favorites here.
The League of Legends 2019 World Championships begin on Saturday, October 12, 2019. SK Telecom T1 and FunPlus Phoenix are the top two favorites, and LCK is the favored region to win this year’s championship. We break down the best bets here.
The League of Legends World Championship’s get underway October 2nd and run through the 10th of November. See full odds for the tournament and best picks here.
It’s down to the semifinals in the European Masters Summer Main Event after a week of play, and with the two matchups set in stone, it’s time to take a look at the best bets for the semis.
After an impressive showing in Berlin that saw Astralis capture their fourth major title, the Danes sit as the even-money favorite to come out on top at ESL One New York.
Can any of the top contenders take down the reigning champ Super Smash Bros, MKLeo, at Shine 2019 this weekend?
Dota’s TI9 is underway. As the playoff stage begins, see how the odds have changed for the favorites (like Team Secret and OG) and longer shots (like ViCi and PSG.LGD). Zack Bowker analyzes what the teams have done so far and how they will play going forward, making his best bets along the way.
The League of Legends World Championship is quickly approaching as all of the competitive regions have either already started playoffs for the final split of the year, or they are just about to get underway. We take a look at a big odds movement for contender DAMWON Gaming.