League of Legends PulseFire Cup Semifinals Matches

eSports Betting: League of Legends PulseFire Cup Semifinals Matches

Written by on May 22, 2020

Okay MyBookie esports betting buffs, with the 2020 League of Legends PulseFire Cup steamrolling into its semifinal round, all eyes will be on favorites Team Flash and Dashing Buffalo as they look to dispatch their respective semifinals rivals.

With both favorites advance to what looks like an inevitable finals showdown or will one – or both – get upset by their lesser semifinal opponents? With both semifinals matchups getting underway in just over 24 hours, let’s find out where the best value lies in each pairing so you can place your bets respectively against their League of Legends odds.

League of Legends PulseFire Cup Semifinals Matches

The 2020 PulseFire Cup kicked off on Thursday, May 14 with a line of exclusive event chromas for new and old Pulsefire skins. The event will end on June 15th, 2020.

Team Flash vs. GAM Esports

Team Flash has gone a perfect 3-0 in group A. Bot laner Slayder has recorded a team-best 4.53 KDA while mid-laner Kati has compiled a solid 3.59 KDA. Three other players all have KDA’s of at least 3.09. GAM Esports has gone 2-1 in group B. Jungler Levi has put together a stunning 6.89 KDA while mid-laner Dia1 has been nearly as good in putting together a stellar 6.39 KDA. Support star Palette has put together an impressive 5.22 KDA while two other players have KDA’s of at least 4.16.


No offense to Team Flash, but this one could be over in a…flash, all jokes aside. GAM Esports has two superstars leading the way and three other players that would probably be Team Flash’s best player. Team Flash might have an unbeaten mark heading into this semifinal showdown, but GAM Esports looks like the easy winner to me!

Pick: GAM Esports

  • Date & Time: Saturday, May 23 at 4:00 PM

Dashing Buffalo (1.529) vs. EVOS Esports (2.40)

Dashing Buffalo has gone a perfect 3-0 in group B. Mid laner Naul has compiled a team-high 3.81 KDA while Bot laner Bigkoro and jungler Melodias have compiled KDA’s of 3.44 and 3.25 respectively. EVOS Esports went 1-2 in group A. Mid laner Pake has put together a team-high 4.58 KDA while jungler Sorn and bot laner Divkid have compiled KDA’s of 3.86 and 3.83 respectively.


Dashing Buffalo might be unbeaten and they might be favorites in this semifinal showdown, but I’m going with my second semifinal upset of the day by backing EVOS Sports to find a way to get it done. Mid laner Pake should be the best player for either team in this one and I fully believe EVOS will get the win if Sorn and Divkid play their respective ‘A’ games. Back the underdog EVOS Esports for the upset!

Pick: EVOS Esports

  • Date & Time: Saturday, May 23 at 7:00 PM