Valve’s third CS:GO Major Championship is going to be held in Boston, Massachusetts. With a prize pool of $1,000,000 USD and 24 qualifying teams, this event supposed to be one of the major e-sports events in the upcoming 2018 year. ELEAGUE guarantees you exciting beginning of the new year, so make sure to bet on CS:GO winner this weekend: Unibet Sportsbook offers you the best betting odds!
ELEAGUE Major Playoffs has been set for 26, 27 and 28 of January, 2018. The event will take place in Agganis Arena, Boston, Massachusetts. The Playoffs will be played according to single-elimination. They will be held in a partially new format, so you can’t fail to bet on CS:GO winner for once. ELEAGUE & Valve announced that the Offline Qualifier is now a part of the Major Championship.
Additionally, ELEAGUE made a significant rebranding. The offline qualifier was named The New Challengers Stage, the group stage was re-named to The New Legends Stage and the playoffs to The New Champions Stage. Number of teams at the Major Championships increased from 16 to 24 and all 24 teams receiving stickers.
The New Challangers Stage (Jan 12th-15th) and The New Legends Stage (Jan 19th-22nd), which formerly called The Offline Qualifier and the Group Stage respectively, will take place in Atlanta. Stages will use 16Team Swiss System Format when bottom 8 teams will be eliminated.
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Counter-Strike Championship betting odds:
We know Faze Clan as an American professional team, mostly famous for its presence in the Call of Duty scene. This team always was a part of the action. In the finals, FaZe won two best of five series to take MLG Columbus and $10,000 with Censor. These guys shifted to Counter-Strike only in 2016 with their quite new team, but has already shown their “business acumen”.
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Online betting sites in the US put FaZe Clan along with SK Gaming with 5.00 for both. Unlike FaZe, SK is particularly known for their success in Counter-Strike (CS) tournaments, therefore if you want to bet on CS:GO Winner, SK is a good choice.
E-sports betting and betting itself is famous for its unpredictability. Thus, Call of Duty veterans – 100 Thieves dropped down with 9.00 along with Spanish G2 Esports. Danish Astralis stays still in the midst with its 7.00, though it’s accent on CS, i.e. they poses themselves as professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team. Possibly, due to their “young ages” (team was founded in 2016), guys need a bit more experience in game-play and team-work.