DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds – The Leipzig Major
The elite of Dota 2 are back into the fray, as the DreamLeague Season 13 returns with the Leipzig Major. For 9 exciting days, 16 teams fight for a place on the podium and a six-digit prize.
DreamLeague Season 13 Best Betting Odds:
The winner will walk away with $300,000 and the DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds at Betway suggest that Team Secret are the slight favorites. The entire prize pool is $1 million, so the runners-up will be generously compensated with $160,000, while the third-placed team will collect $110,000.
European Teams Expected to Thrive on Home Soil
A quick glance at the DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds will highlight the gap between Team Secret and the other two European teams.
Team Liquid and Alliance have had their fair share of success in the Dota Pro Circuit but they will likely chase an elusive second-place.
They are priced at 14/1 to win the tournament and 7/1 to make it to the final. Teams from the same continent can’t be placed in the same group and the second-tier European teams should be able to finish second and advance.
Vici Gaming Leads the Chinese Armada
The Chinese have a strong lineup at the Leipzig Major and their teams tend to deliver when the stakes are high. Dota 2 betting fans will surely like the odds of Vici Gaming to win the event, currently standing at 3/1 with Betway.
This team is expected to cruise through the upper bracket, but Invictus Gaming and Team Aster are also worth considering. The DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds on these two teams to win the event, respectively make the finals mirror the ones of Team Liquid and Alliance.
North Americans Pin Their Hopes on Evil Geniuses
There are only two teams from North America, but with the Evil Geniuses being one of them, this could be enough to send the trophy across the ocean. Only the captain of this team is from the United States, but they have plenty of fans in the US cheering for them.
DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds of 4/1 at BUFF.bet on their victory are quite tempting, given their recent results. Chaos Esports Club will also represent this region, but their victory is justly priced at 50/1.
Southeast Asia and CIS Teams Play the Dark Horses
These two regions are not traditionally preferred by live esports betting fans at major tournaments, such as The International. They will have a hard time sending a team to the final and even finishing second in the group stage will be difficult. TNC and Fnatic could be the dark horses in Leipzig, as both currently get DreamLeague Season 13 betting odds of 14/1 at Unikrn.
Virtus.Pro and Natus Vincere will likely finish at the bottom of the group stage and will have to claw their way through the lower brackets.