eSports Betting: Top Events This Weekend Sept. 19 – 20

eSports Betting: Top Events This Weekend Sept. 19 – 20

Written by on September 18, 2020

The Counter-Strike ESL Pro League has games on Saturday and Sunday while a couple of League of Legends European Masters battles happen on Saturday. Check out analysis and free picks for 10 of the weekend’s top contests so you can make your bets against their eSports odds!

eSports | Top Events This Weekend to Bet On (Sep 19 – 20)

  • When: Saturday, Sep. 19 – Sunday, Sep. 20

Saturday, Sep. 19 Matches

Counter-Strike: ESL Pro League – Season 12

  • Big / Ence

Both Big and Ence have gone 3-2 straight up in their last five matches. Big, though, has won two in a row. They get the nod over Ence, which lost their match on Sep. 16 to OG by a 2-to-1 score.  

Counter-Strike Free Pick: Big

  • G2 eSports / Navi

Navi has won four in a row. G2 has lost four in a row. That makes Navi the hands down winner, right? Maybe, not. Although Navi beat G2 in the last head-to-head, G2 won the match before. Give G2 eSports a chance to upset Navi on Saturday.

Counter-Strike Free Pick: G2 eSports 

  •  Godsent / Ago

Both Godsent and Ago have won 1-of-4. These two are evenly matched. Ago and Godsent haven’t battled since 2018. So, the head-to-head records won’t help us find the winner. Neither will handicapping based on recent competition. Wait for MyBookie to post odds. Then, go with the squad that can make you more profit. 

  • Fnatic / Ninjas in Pyjamas

Here’s another matchup where neither team is in great form. The Ninjas have lost 5-of-6. Fnatic is 2-4 SU in their last 6. The one advantage Fnatic has, though, is that they’ve won 2 of the last 3 head-to-head battles. The head-to-head record in 2020 makes Fnatic the squad to back.

Counter-Strike Free Pick: Fnatic

  • Team Vitality / mousesports

In their last two matches, Team Vitality beat FaZe and Fnatic. mousesports has lost 2-fo-3. One of the losses was against Astralis, though. Also, in their last, they beat complexity 2-0. Vitality rocked the head-to-head. But, these two haven’t battled in 2020. We’re going with mousesports.

Counter-Strike Free Pick: mousesports 

League Of Legends: European Masters

  •  Gamer Legion / Team LDLC

What a League of Legends match! Gamer Legion has won 11 of their last 15 matches. Team LDLC is 13-2 SU in their last fifteen. This is the first time these two will throw down against each other. Who do we like? We’re going with Team LDLC. They’ve won five in a row and before that had won ten in a row. 

LoL Free Pick: Team LDLC 

  • Ago Rogue / Mousesports

In the lone head-to-head match, Ago Rogue beat Mousesports 2-to-0. Both teams are in excellent form, though. Mousesports could turn the tables. They’ve won 4 in a row and 6-of-7.

LoL Free Pick: Mousesports 

Sunday, Sep. 20 Matches

Counter-Strike: ESL Pro League – Season 12

  • Furia / 100 Thieves

Furia is 4-0 straight up in their last 4. They’ve beaten 100 Thieves in 3 straight head-to-head matches. At times, it makes no sense to make a case for the dog.

Counter-Strike Free Pick: Furia

  • Team Liquid / Gen.G

Neither team is in excellent form. Liquid is 4-2 SU in their last 6. Gen.G has gone 2-5 in their last 7. Team Liquid looks like the play, but Gen.G won the last head-to-head. We’ll back Gen.G to make it two in a row against their rivals.

Counter-Strike Free Pick: Gen.G

  • Cloud9 / Chaos

Both Cloud9 and Chaos beat Triumph in their last match. This is a toss-up. Neither team has shown dominating form. Here’s another where it makes sense to wait for MyBookie to post odds before deciding on the eSports squad to back.

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