ESL Pro League S7 Finals: Betting & Predictions

ESL Pro League S7 Finals: Betting & Predictions

esl pro league season 7 finals betting

The 7th online season of ESL Pro League has come to an end. It’s now time to bring the action to LAN where 16 teams will fight for the title and $250,000 in prize money. The event starts May 15th and ends May 20th.

Keep reading for a thorough betting walkthrough of ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals. We list bookmakers who provide the highest odds and most betting types. Another thing you’ll get out of this article is predictions, which teams are favourites heading to this tournament?

Top 3 ESL Pro League S7 Finals betting sites

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Two bookmakers that have great coverage of ESL Pro League are Betway and Click here if you want to look up more esports betting sites.

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About ESL Pro League S7 Finals

Tournament: ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals
Esport: CS:GO
Location: Dallas, USA
Venue: Verizon Theatre
Format: Two double elimination group stage, play-offs to be played as single elimination bracket and semi/quarter-finals as bo3’s. Grand final will be a bo5 match.
Dates: 2018-05-15 / 2018-05-20
Prize pool: $750,000
Participants: 16 teams

ESL Pro League: betting advice & predictions

Last two months or so have been a turbulent time for the CS:GO competitive scene. The world ranking has been rearranged completely, SK Gaming is no longer the best team in the world. Instead, it’s Astralis and FaZe that have shown what they are made of and won one tournament each.

However, they’re not the only teams that have looked impressive lately. Fnatic and mousesports have also put on great performances, just not as good as Astralis or FaZe. Unfortunately, fnatic won’t compete at the ESL finals, but we at least get to see the Swedish team Ninjas in Pyjamas in Dallas.

So, with that said, it’s not too surprising that it is, in fact, both Astralis and FaZe who are favourites for the title.

Here’s why FaZe and Astralis have the biggest chance of winning:

FaZe has, despite the absence of Olofmeister, managed to play really well. Especially at IEM Sydney 2018 where it seemed like everything just clicked for them, even the substitute Xizt contributed. Although FaZe usually is the favourite when attending tournaments, this wasn’t the case in Sydney, because, on the opposite side Astralis, the current Marseille champs waited. In spite of being the underdogs for once, GuardiaN and co still got the best of Astralis and won in three straight maps.

Given FaZe’s current form, we see them as one of the clear favourites to win the finals of ESL Pro League SEason 7. Do you agree? Check out the odds below.

Place your bet at 4.00 with Betway

Not far behind FaZe we have the Danish team Astralis, which currently ranks as the best team in the world. There have been many question marks surrounding Astralis, whether they would make it back to the very top or not. And for the last couple of months, it seems like they’re back to being the elite team they once were. They always made it the all way in IEM Sydney 2018, but FaZe simply was too strong. Still, Astralis is back, that’s for sure, and will probably bring home more trophies this year.

Place your bet at 5.00 with Betway

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