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  • See how online betting sites feel about each team’s odds to win the Counter Strike: Global Offensive ECS Season 5 Grand Finals 
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UPDATE: Astralis entered the ECS Season 5 Finals as favorites with average odds of +210 and they didn’t disappoint, crushing Team Liquid 2-0 in the tournament’s best-of-three final. The Danish super squad earned $250,000 for their victory and have now won two of the six ECS Season Finals.


The Counter Strike: Global Offensive ECS Season 5 Grand Finals are just around the corner! This year’s eagerly anticipated event will take place at the SSE Arena in Wembley from June 9-10. Get ready for plenty of carnage as eight teams compete for $660,000 in prize money.

Counter Strike: Global Offensive 2018 ECS Grand Finals Odds

 

Brace yourself for a showdown between Astralis and FaZe Clan. The European esports giants are heavy favorites to face off in the Counter Strike: Global Offensive Season 5 Grand Finals with average opening odds of +210 and +310 across a number of top online betting sites. Astralis and FaZe met most recently at Intel Extreme Masters XIII in Sydney, where FaZe pulled out a narrow victory to win the event.

Counter Strike: Global Offensive ECS Grand Finals Odds for Past Winners

 

G2 Esports has their work cut out for them at the ECS Grand Finals. The team enters the event with average odds of +770 and has yet to win a major tournament in 2018. Their 5-8th place finish at ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 was particularly disheartening and was followed by a major roster shakeup. Only time will tell if their new pieces can gel.

Counter Strike: Global Offensive ECS Grand Finals Past Winners

Season Winner Prize Pool
4 FaZe Clan $660,000
3 SK Gaming $660,000
2 Astralis $660,000
1 G2 Sports $765,000

FaZe will try to become the first team to win back-to-back ECS Grand Finals titles. Robert Dahlström’s squad has been excellent this year, with a first-place finish at Intel Extreme Masters XIII in Sydney, and a pair of second-place finishes at the Intel Extreme Masters World Championship and ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018.