WESG 2018 North-West Europe and Poland » Betting Tips
The World Electronic Sports Games is a massive tournament organized by AliSports and hosted in Shanghai every year. It brings together some of the best Counter Strike Global Offensive players from all over the world and rewards those who perform well for their countries. The event is special because the participating teams have to be composed exclusively from players from the same country.
In anticipation of the 2018 WESG Global Finals, teams from dozens of countries and regions try to secure a place at the main event. In December, the best CS:GO squads from Northwest Europe and Poland fight for the honor of competing in the tournament with a guaranteed prize pool of nearly $900,000. Two matches are scheduled today and players can bet on both of them at bet-at-home and Betway.
Vitality takes on G2 in the North-West Europe Finals
The grand final of the Northwest Europe region is played in a single elimination match and the winner advances after a maximum of three matches. Only citizens of Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Monaco, Ireland, Iceland and United Kingdom can participate. In the afternoon, Vitality play against G2 and they are slight favorites to secure a place at the main event scheduled for March 2019.
ArcaneBet prices a Vitality victory at 1/2, which is justified by the solid performance displayed by the team throughout the year. Punters who want to side with the favorites also have the option of backing them to win in straight matches. In return, they will benefit from odds of 3/2, identical to what G2 get at Rivalry to prevail. Conversely, a bet on the underdogs to win at least one match will result in odds of 1/2.
AGO Esports and Virtus.pro Play the Polish Final
Virtus.pro is a household name in the esports industry, with strong teams in first-person shooters and multiplayer online battle arena games. They have secured a place in the final stage of the WESG 2018 qualifiers, but they are only credited with a second chance by GG.bet. Counter Strike Global Offensive fans who consider them capable of causing an upset will benefit from odds of 17/10 on their victory.
AGO Esports have come a long way in 2018 and are today the Polish team with the best chance to represent the country at the main event in Shanghai. The odds on their victory are constantly dropping and at the time of writing punters can only expect a maximum value of 2/5 at Esportsbetting.com. One of the boldest bets for those who trust them to prevail at the expense of their more experienced opponents is on victory in two games. The odds on a clean sweep currently stand at 13/10 and they make this bet particularly tempting.