Bet Live on the CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals
The CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals is the highlight of December for Counter Strike Global Offensive fans from all over the world.
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Not surprisingly, European teams are dominating this lineup, but they will have to face strong competition from the American and Asian teams.
The first 3 days are dedicated to the group stage, before the top three teams from each group will advance to the playoffs. Two of them will play straight in the semi finals, and all will be chasing a slice of the massive $600,000 prize pool.
CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals Format and Prizes
The tournament has a sizeable prize pool and all 16 participating teams will receive a fair compensation.
There is, however, a huge difference between the amount claimed by the winner and the other 15 teams, as first place gets $250,000. This represents almost half of the entire prize pool, dwarfing the $80,000 claimed by the runner-up and the $40,000 awarded to the teams in third and fourth places.
CSGO ESL Pro League esports live betting will be available starting with the group stage on December 3 and concluding two days later on December 5.
There will be two groups of eight teams each and the initial matches will be played in a best of one series, whilst the remaining ones will follow the best-of-five format.
Group stage winners will advance straight to the semi finals, whilst the runners up will play in the quarterfinals. All of them are played in a best-of-five and the grand final can require up to 9 games to decide a winner. This reckons to be a very exciting tournaments for our CSGO betting fans.
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Evil Geniuses Have a Slight Edge Over Group A Competitors
Group A is arguably the most competitive at the CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, even though the tournament favourites are playing in Group B.
100 Thieves, Fnatic and Faze are all priced at around 5/1 by Unikrn to win Group A and roughly twice as much to claim the first place at the tournament.
We take our series with FURIA 2-0 in the ESL Pro League and WE'RE GOING TO DENMARK! #100T
With tonight's win, we qualify for a spot at the ESL Pro League S10 Finals in Odense!
— 100 Thieves Live (@100ThievesLive) November 19, 2019
Realistically, they will be fighting for the second and third place, as the main favourites in this group are Evil Geniuses.
On the first day of the CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, Evil Geniuses will be playing the most anticipated match against Fnatic.
They are priced at 13/20 to prevail, while their opponents get odds of 13/10 to cause an early upset in the group stage. Precisely the same odds are offered on 100 Thieves to defeat Heroic, one of the potential dark horses of the competition.
Faze and MiBR play the first match of the day and Faze has a narrow advantage, based on superior form and better head to head results.
The team credited with the fifth chance to win the tournament has odds of 3/5 at Arcanebet, while those who bet on a victory for their opponents will be paid at 7/5.
The easiest to predict match of the day is the one between Natus Vincere and TYLOO. The former get odds of 15/1 to win the CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, but they are capable to defeat the Chinese underdogs.
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Astralis Set to Dominate Group B at the ESL Pro League Finals
Astralis is such a good and in-form team that it stands at the top of the list in the preferences of all bookies covering the CSGO ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals. You won’t find odds above 2/1 on them to win the tournament and they’re expected to win all the games in the group stage. The first match is also the most lopsided one, as they take on Greyhound Gaming and their odds to win revolve around 1/10 at Betway.
Group B has a clear favourite, but the strongest contender to Astralis is Team Liquid. The North Americans will be setting high expectations, but they’re more likely to finish second.
North are not amongst them, but this only adds more pressure on Team Liquid players, as they are compelled to defeat them. Odds of 3/10 on them to win clearly reflect the difference between them.
G2 Esports and mousesports are both expected to win the opening matches against Shark Esports and ATK. Buff.bet offers odds of 1/4 on both favourites to prevail, so punters must focus more on the CSGO ESL Pro League live betting opportunities.
Those who play the long game should know that mousesports are slightly better placed with odds of 25/1 to win the tournament, while G2 Esports get 50/1.