Afreeca Starleague Season 6 » Quarterfinals Betting Predictions

The group stage of the Afreeca Starleague Season 6 has produced some exceptional matches and there was no shortage of upsets. Punters prepare for even better games in the quarterfinals, in anticipation of the final stages of the competition. Jaedong suffered an untimely elimination after playing in one of the toughest groups. Best and Snow were the only two Protoss players not to qualify for the quarterfinals and they were joined by three Terrans. The remaining players will compete for the guaranteed prize pool which is the equivalent of $43,000 and will be distributed among the top four participants.


Action is Favourite against Shuttle

Action has played twice so far and the Afreeca Starleague Season 6 in groups featuring two Zerg players. On October 14th, he is the only one to advance after defeating both opponents and he will take on a Protoss player for the first time this tournament. In the wake of his dazzling performance throughout the group stage, Action is credited with the first chance by Arcanebet. The bookmaker offers odds of 9/20 on his victory, while his opponent Shuttle, is given odds of 23/10.

This time, the winner will be decided in a best-of-five series, so punters can get creative and bet on the outright winner as well as the spread. Action is undefeated so far at the Afreeca Starleague Season 6, so it is worth considering a victory on him in straight matches. Bet-At-Home and Betway offer tempting odds on him to sweep his opponent, although Shuttle shouldn’t be underestimated. This is the most creative Protoss players and he has had his fair share of exceptional matches against Zerg opponents.

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Flash Takes on Mini in the Last Quarterfinal

Flash has survived a scare in the group stage and was on the verge of elimination at the hands of another Starcraft legend. He took advantage of the surprising mistakes committed by Jaedong to advance to the quarterfinals. Once again, he is favourite to advance to the semifinals and GG.bet offer odds of 4/10 on his triumph. On October 16th, he will play against Mini, one of the players who just like him didn’t have to play in the first group stage. The Protoss won both games in Group C, the feeding a Terran and a Zerg.

Punters who believe that Flash’s luck will run out suddenly and trust Mini to extend his invincible run should consider the odds offered by Esportsbetting.com. The bookmaker offers exceptional odds of 5/2 on the talented underdog to send the legendary player crashing out of the tournament. This is also a good opportunity to contemplate the odds offered on the spread markets. Flash has shown enough signs of weakness to drop at least one match, so the bets will pay out even if he wins by a narrow margin.

The odds are subject to change and likely to move in one direction before kickoff.