Counter Strike: Global Offensive 2018 ECS Grand Finals Odds Tracker
- See how online betting sites feel about each team’s odds to win the Counter Strike: Global Offensive ECS Season 5 Grand Finals
- Isolate each team or compare them to others trending in the same direction
- See the winners and prize pools from past years
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.
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
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.