League Of Legends LPL April 8th 2020 Matches

League of Legends LPL April 8th 2020 Matches

Written by on April 8, 2020

With esports taking center stage in the online sports betting industry because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, now is a perfect time to look at some upcoming League of Legends Pro League (LPL) matches. The LPL is the top professional level for League of Legends in China. Let’s check the League of Legends Betting Odds for these two matches taking place April 8th.

League Of Legends LPL April 8th Matches

Rogue Warriors vs Vici Gaming

  • Rogue Warriors +225
  • Vici Gaming -303

The Warriors (4-7) are coming off a narrow 2-1 loss against Top Esports the last time out while Vici Gaming (5-7) is also looking to rebound from a 2-1 loss against OMG. Rogue is sitting in 12th place in the LPL standings with a modest four victories while Vici is in 10th place with five victories in a dozen matches. Ley and Zwuji have been leading the way for Rogue while Cube and iBoy are at the top of the statistical rankings for Vici Gaming. Overall, the Rogue Warriors have gone 3-2 in their last five with no overtime affairs along the way while Vici has gone an identical 3-2 over the same span with no OT contests as well. While Rogue had their three-match winning streak snapped the last time out and Vici had their more modest two-game winning streak snapped, the favorite in this pairing is the way to go, if only because they’re completely desperate and have been just a tad better than their opponents in this matchup.

League of Legends LPL Pick: Vici Gaming

Team WE vs Top Sports

  • Team WE +250
  • Top Esports -357

Team WE is sitting in ninth place in the LPL standings at 5-5, but you should know that Team WE has lost five straight matchups including a pair of 2-1 defeats against Bilibili Gaming and LGD Gaming in their last two. On the other side, Top Esports has gone 3-2 over their last five, but they come into this affair riding the wave of a two-match winning streak, having shut out both, JD Gaming and OMG in their last two matchups. The pick for this affair is fairly simple and straightforward with Top Esports being by far, the better and more cohesive team in this affair and the only one with a top 10 player in Knight9, a young star that has played in 13 champions in his first 11 series, while also boasting a whopping 7.2 KDA. Back the 2019 Summer Split runner ups to take another step toward competing for the spring title.

League of Legends LPL Pick: Top Esports Gaming