We’re breaking down the Dota Summit 10 beginning this Thursday. Who are the leading contenders and which teams offer the most betting value?
100 Thieves are sizable favorites to win the 2019 CWL Pro League Playoffs (July 19-21). Are they the best bet, or is our expert eSports analyst betting his money on a longshot like OpTic, eUnited, or Luminosity?
DisguisedToast is the early favorite at odds of +375 to win the Twitch Rivals Teamfight Tactics Showdown. Is he the best bet or can you find value elsewhere?
The final Minor to qualify for the StarLadder Berlin Major is the Asia Minor that runs from July 24-28. We size up the competition and predict who will come out on top.
The second round of the Minor qualifiers for the StarLadder Berlin Major runs from July 24-28, and in the CIS region there is a tight race to see who will win. forZe are favored, but Spirit and Nemiga both present value to bettors.
Europe Minor StarLadder Major 2019 Preview: Mousesports, North, Fnatic All Given Better Than 4-1 Odds
The Europe Minor StarLadder Major 2019 starts July 17th and runs until the 21st. mousesports are favored to win, but they should face plenty of stiff competition in Berlin from the likes of North, Fnatic, and CR4ZY.
Luminosity are a virtual lock to earn one of the two final spots for the CWL Playoffs. We examine the field and predict which other Call of Duty team will join them.
The International is one of the most prestigious events in Esports with the biggest prize pool. It is very likely that the prize pool is going to clear the $30 million, but how high will it get?
NRG sit as the favorites to come out on top in the Americas Minor, but not far behind are the new Brazilians on the scene, Furia. But could there be a sleeper pick that could find themselves squeaking through?
Vitality is the third-ranked team on HLTV and recently found success on the big stage at the ECS Season 7 Finals. Is there a possibility of an upset in Dallas? Or are the French a lock to win yet another title in 2019?
Heading into TI9 all eyes seem to be on Team Secret. Are they the right pick to come out on top at The International this year? Or is there a better choice that offers more value to take the Aegis?
This year sees the inaugural Fortnite World Cup, a tournament held by Epic Games. The competition began at the end of April, with online qualifiers vying for up to $40 million. With the tournament wrapping up at the end of July, it’s time to look at who will reign supreme.
Blast Pro Series Los Angeles is set to take place July 13-14 at the HD Buttercup Building, and will see six Counterstrike teams battle it out in a unique round robin format where the winner will walk away with $125,000.
The DreamHack Showdown runs from July 5-7 in Valencia, and will see some of the best female teams in the world of Counterstrike battle it out for the $50,000 prize for first place. The winner also will receive and invite to DreamHack Open Rotterdam, which is set to take place in October.
Updated LEC Summer 2019 Odds After Week 3: G2 Now Odds-On Favorite, Fnatic Only Other Team With Odds Better Than 12-1
Can G2 win their second LEC title of the year or will Fnatic pull out the win? We take a look at the top contenders for the LOL LEC Summer Split.
ESL One Cologne, the most iconic tournament in all of Counterstrike, is set to take place from July 2-7 at the Lanxess Arena and will see 16 teams battling it out for the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool. Astralis is favored, but Liquid is lurking close behind.
Updated LCS Summer 2019 Odds After Week 4: Liquid Becomes Heavier Favorite After 6-2 Start, TSM Fades to 3-1 Odds
The LCS 2019 Summer Split is four weeks deep into its 10 week season, and so far the favorites heading into the split sit atop the table, as many expected. Liquid, the team favored to win it all, are rocking a 6-2 record, and look poised to make a run at their fourth consecutive LCS title.
SKT T1 was the favorite coming into the LCK 2019 Summer Split sitting at +160 odds, but are now listed at +900. Can they bounce back and unseat Griffin, or is time running out?
The fourth event of the CWL Season is set to take begin on June 14th, with the return of CWL Anaheim. So far this year we have seen a new winner at the first three events with OpTic taking the first, Luminosity claiming the second, and 100 Thieves taking the most recent in London.
DreamHack Summer 2019 is set to take place June 15th in Sweden and will see eight teams competing for the first place prize of $50,000. We have odds and predictions for this heavily hyped esports event.