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CEVO-P S7 Finals July 24-26

The LAN tournament will take place in Columbus, USA. Eight team will battle it out for the prize pool of $75,000. Five teams from the US and only three teams from Europe. Because of EnVyUs, fnatic and NiP dropping out CEVO had to find replacements. But the list of participants is pretty impressive anyways, will c9 finally claim a win after 3 straight top 2 placings? One thing is for sure, we have some great games ahead of us! The best alternatives for real money betting on CEVO-P S7 finals listed below.

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Pinnacle Sports CEVO odds

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Betsson CEVO odds

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Betway CEVO odds

Group A
Cloud9
mousesports
Liquid
CLG

Group B
Na’Vi
Virtus.pro
Tempo Storm
Luminosity

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