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EPICENTER CS:GO: SK vs. Virtus.Pro Betting Analysis, Odds, & Predictions

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Introduction

EPICENTER 2017 will be the top tier tournament to finish out October. EPICENTER 2016 was filled of many surprising storylines to end the tournament. We saw a Dignitas start to evolve into the team known as North, Natus Vincere beginning their downfall after winning ESL New York, and many close matches that could have gone either way.

EPICENTER 2016 featured teams at the peak of their levels, and EPICENTER 2016 will feature the same teams; but, these teams’ forms are a shadow of the ones showcased at EPICENTER 2016. SK Gaming, Virtus.Pro, Astralis, and G2 Esports will be looking to end their struggle after the great roster shuffle of 2017. On the other hand, Gambit Gaming, FaZe Clan, Team Liquid, and North—especially North considering they won EPICENTER 2016 under Dignitas—will all be looking to continue their rising forms from the start of 2017. Last, look to the underdogs of TyLoo and Vega Squadron as they struggle to find a way to qualify in the EPICENTER Wildcard against their respective opponents.

Once again, look forward to a great tournament of CS:GO! EPICENTER may determine which teams will change, and whose fans will be left in broken pieces or in temporary joy.

Format

EPICENTER Wild Card:

  • Two best of 3s
  • Each winner of the respective best of 3 qualifies for the main event EPICENTER 2017

Group Stage

  • Best of 3 format
  • Top 2 teams from each group advance to playoffs

Playoffs

  • Start at semi-finals pitting against the top of Group A/B against the runner up of the opposite group in a bo3
  • Grand Finals is a bo5

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SK Gaming

  • boltz (on loan from Immortals), FalleN, coldzera, fer, TACO

SK Gaming, since beating Virtus.Pro to open their debut, have been utterly demolishing the competition. In the span of 2 bo3s, they defeated their rivals for the top team in the CS:GO world: Astralis and FaZe. Both bo3s saw miracles, where the bo3 against FaZe saw SK come back from a crushing map 1, and the bo3 against Astralis was a legendary comeback from 4-11 -> 10-15 -> 19-17 to take series point against the Danes.

coldzera stated in an interview that losing felps and adding boltz added a passive factor into the team, as said in our last post about SK Gaming. It seems to be the case, as coldzera and fer are two of the top performing players in this tournament. Don’t forget about the revitalized FalleN, as he has had a great amount of impact with the AWP. It’s almost as if the 2 time major winning SK Gaming has returned–just with boltz instead of fnx. The case is, is that both of those two players play the same roles to backup fer and coldzera’s aggression.

Virtus.Pro

  • pasha, neo, byali, TaZ, Snax

Time and time again, the Poles seem to come out of their slump when it matters the most. Nearing the choice of a roster change, Virtus.Pro decided to come exploding out of the gates to stave off elimination versus Gambit. After a closely fought series, they had to continue their efforts again against FaZe in a match that truly defined “David vs. Goliath.”

Thus started one of the greatest final maps to a bo3, where Virtus.Pro and FaZe won each of their respective picks with relative ease. But, on inferno, miracles came out, and Virtus.Pro gained the upper hand coming into the final half of the bo3. FaZe pulled it back to 15-14, but a B rush and a missed shot from GuardiaN sealed the deal for the Poles, who went on to face G2 in the semi-finals.

The semi-finals against G2 saw close scores, but didn’t tell the whole game. It was G2 who led to their own demise, continuously losing man advantages to the Poles due to careless mistakes. Virtus.Pro themselves didn’t do anything magical, but the second coming of IEM Katowice (Virtus.Pro’s only major win) pasha on the AWP unraveled.

It hasn’t been pasha that’s the only that has been performing, but all of the team has been performing. More specifically, NEO, TaZ, and byali have all stepped up in individual maps. Snax has yet to regain that star form, but he is putting in the consistent numbers. Regardless, Virtus.Pro look like a whole new beast at EPICENTER.

 

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EPICENTER CS:GO: SK Gaming vs. Virtus.Pro Betting Analysis, Odds, & Predictions

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Introduction

EPICENTER 2017 will be the top tier tournament to finish out October. EPICENTER 2016 was filled of many surprising storylines to end the tournament. We saw a Dignitas start to evolve into the team known as North, Natus Vincere beginning their downfall after winning ESL New York, and many close matches that could have gone either way.

EPICENTER 2016 featured teams at the peak of their levels, and EPICENTER 2016 will feature the same teams; but, these teams’ forms are a shadow of the ones showcased at EPICENTER 2016. SK Gaming, Virtus.Pro, Astralis, and G2 Esports will be looking to end their struggle after the great roster shuffle of 2017. On the other hand, Gambit Gaming, FaZe Clan, Team Liquid, and North—especially North considering they won EPICENTER 2016 under Dignitas—will all be looking to continue their rising forms from the start of 2017. Last, look to the underdogs of TyLoo and Vega Squadron as they struggle to find a way to qualify in the EPICENTER Wildcard against their respective opponents.

Once again, look forward to a great tournament of CS:GO! EPICENTER may determine which teams will change, and whose fans will be left in broken pieces or in temporary joy.

Format

EPICENTER Wild Card:

  • Two best of 3s
  • Each winner of the respective best of 3 qualifies for the main event EPICENTER 2017

Group Stage

  • Best of 3 format
  • Top 2 teams from each group advance to playoffs

Playoffs

  • Start at semi-finals pitting against the top of Group A/B against the runner up of the opposite group in a bo3
  • Grand Finals is a bo5

_________

SK Gaming

  • boltz (on loan from Immortals), FalleN, coldzera, fer, TACO

SK Gaming come into this tournament right after the loss of felps, who has left due to being homesick (which contributed to his poor performances as of late). Now, they bring in boltz, the IGL of Immortals and a former teammate of FalleN, coldzera, and fer on the original Luminosity Gaming lineup.

SK Gaming’s results as of recent don’t replicate a top 3 team, but felps performance and the team morale at the time may have played heavily going into the matchups they played. Now, having boltz on the lineup will force SK Gaming to play a very loose style. But, this is a good thing. With boltz, who played a passive lurk role on Immortals, SK Gaming can substitute felps’ aggression onto FalleN’s AWP, and this made FalleN a top 3 player last year.

Because of this, you can expect a revitalized SK Gaming coming into EPICENTER. Their past results won’t necessarily tell the story of SK Gaming’s EPICENTER storyline, as adding boltz will force SK Gaming to reinvent their playstyle to make compromise to boltz’ preferred play-style. One thing for sure is that we won’t be seeing a struggling SK Gaming. More of, expect an hungrier-than-ever SK Gaming who wants to win this tournament and retain their former glory.

Virtus.Pro

  • pasha, neo, byali, TaZ, Snax

How, how the mighty have fallen! Virtus.Pro’s continuing demise into the deep pits of failure continue, as they struggle to beat teams of lesser caliber and fail to contest opponents of their perceived tier. Even then, Virtus.Pro has seen the rise of pasha and neo in recent times. But, they are hampered by the steady fall of individual skill from TaZ and Snax.

It would be crazy to consider them as a tier 1 team today, because they lack the skill to contest in the current meta. The current meta, which heavily relies on individual skill, is something Virtus.Pro had always lacked. But, the reason they won in the past was that their ability to change up the game and present sudden situations to their opponents gave them the upper hand in taking aim duels and battles.

Even then, Virtus.Pro still seem to falter at the basic plays of CS. Time and time again, Virtus.Pro’s CT holds and T sides show major gaps in the defense/offense, allowing enemies to separate Virtus.Pro from one another and play Virtus.Pro into unfavorable positions. The only way they can come back at EPICENTER is if pasha and Snax show up in top form, and TaZ ups his game. Not to mention, they’ll have to heavily rely on one another and bolster their team play to win rounds.

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ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier Playoffs: Astralis vs. fnatic Betting Analysis, Odds, & Predictions

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Introduction

Welcome back to ELEAGUE! Back for its 3rd season, ELEAGUE features its top performers from ELEAGUE Season 2 to clash for $1,000,000 USD. Hosted in the Turner G-FUEL ELEAGUE Arena, teams will be battling it out in 4 separate group stages. The reward is 1 of the 8 spots in the playoffs. Some groups are stacked with top tier teams like SK Gaming, fnatic, FaZe, G2 Esports, and more top tier teams. Teams such as the Cloud9 were expected to disappoint, but these teams surprised and snuck their way to the playoffs. Now, we reach the playoffs to determine the winner of ELEAGUE’s CS:GO Premier tournament.

Format

Opening group stage matches & winner match: best of 1

Elimination match and group stage decider: best of 3

2 teams eliminated and 2 teams advance.

Astralis

Astralis have been an oddball within the past months. For the first time in a long time, they were eliminated in the group stages of an international event. Losing to Liquid in a best of 3, this marked the first time since ESL New York 2016. In an interview with device, it is said that Astralis are still trying to find their groove. As the saying goes, you can’t win a game solely on brains; the current CS:GO meta is very heavy on skilled aimers.

Astralis’ last 3 events (including the PGL Krakow Major) have been deflating, but it does not refute the fact they’re a top 3 team. Having the best of Denmark, there is a guarantee that Astralis can bounce back from this. But, with a dominating look and topping group D at ELEAGUE, Astralis look to shine and claim another championship at ELEAGUE.

fnatic

fnatic have looked like a structured team again. Recently beating their about-to-be opponents (Astralis) 2-0 in the ESL Pro League a few days ago, fnatic has seen their players rising to their prime levels slowly.

Composed of Golden, Lekr0, JW, flusha, and KRiMZ, fnatic have had their ups and lows in recent LAN and online tournaments. But, as of recent, success has been heading their way. That includes qualifying for the ELEAGUE playoffs after beating Immortals by the skin of their teeth.

Historically, throughout the various lineups fnatic have fielded, they have a better head-to-head record versus Astralis. But, it is safe to say that this current lineup is more inferior to Astralis’ level as of current. But, having beat the Danes online recently, fnatic could be looking to turn the tables on LAN. Considering that they are on par in terms of map pools, fnatic could upset.

 

 

 

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ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier: SK Gaming vs. Heroic Betting Analysis, Odds, & Predictions

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Introduction

Welcome back to ELEAGUE! Back for its 3rd season, ELEAGUE features its top performers from ELEAGUE Season 2 to clash for $1,000,000 USD. Hosted in the Turner G-FUEL ELEAGUE Arena, teams will be battling it out in 4 separate group stages. The reward is 1 of the 8 spots in the playoffs. Some groups are stacked with top tier teams like SK Gaming, fnatic, FaZe, G2 Esports, and more top tier teams. Teams such as the Cloud9 were expected to disappoint, but these teams surprised and snuck their way to the playoffs. Now, we reach the concluding group stage with Heroic, Team Liquid, Astralis, and SK Gaming.

SK Gaming have been falling down from their title as the #1 team in the world. Even then, they still feature one of the strongest lineups of firepower in the game. SK Gaming look to dominate the group stage and prove they are still a contending force.

Team Liquid have been on the rise ever since the addition of Twistzz. Since their failure at the PGL Major Qualifier, they’ve been on a rise in international showings. Making playoffs consistently, their last two tournaments against european competition saw them make the finals twice. They have yet to claim a championship, but will ELEAGUE be their first?

Astralis have been in a similar case to SK Gaming. Both failed to reach a major championship at PGL Krakow, and they are slowly losing their touch of individual form. Even then, they boast the IGL leader gla1ve and a supporting cast of Kjaerbye, device, dupreeh, and Xyp9x. What change will they make to reach the stars? Can they grab another championship at yet another ELEAGUE event?

Heroic are the outlier of this group. Being the 3rd best team in Denmark, Heroic come into this event with much to be fulfilled. Beforehand, they grabbed es3tag and lost valde, one of the rising talents of Denmark. After an overhaul in the Heroic system, they have looked weaker since the shuffle. Historically, they have been regarded as another dark horse team, but can this new lineup carry on the legacy? How will they perform in their first ELEAGUE tournament?

Format

Opening group stage matches & winner match: best of 1

Elimination match and group stage decider: best of 3

2 teams eliminated and 2 teams advance.

SK Gaming

Coming into ELEAGUE, SK Gaming’s results have been very subpar of their expected level. Noticeably, there’s a following trend in each 3 of their eliminations. At DreamHack Masters Malmö 2017, G2 Esports beat them in a best of 3. And, at ESG Tour Mykonos 2017 and ESL New York 2017, Team Liquid beat them. The correlation Team Liquid and G2 Esports have in common is that they’re teams who have qualities that counter SK’s.

Team Liquid are SK Gaming’s usual scrim partners, so Team Liquid understand SK’s tendencies a lot better than most teams. G2 Esports’ aim heavy style and unpredictability can break a strategized CT hold by SK Gaming very easily. But, the outlier across these 3 events is SK Gaming losing to North at Dreamhack. It wasn’t expected at all, since North had come in with a new roster change; plus, North have never beaten SK Gaming in their last meetings. Understandably, FalleN will need time to read teams before being able to completely counter them.

Even if SK Gaming’ demos are being reviewed consistently, they’re still a team with the firepower required. Coldzera and fer are players who can multi-kill trade. Felps, FalleN, TACO, all have their own characteristics that win games. The reason why SK’s so dominant is their ability to read off one another. When one player does this, another player reacts in accordance with the play. The team play in SK Gaming is what wins them games, and the unknown factors of fer and felps’ aggression only back that up. With their opponents for ELEAGUE, don’t be surprised if a revitalized SK Gaming appears into action.

Heroic

Heroic are a huge underdog in this group. Ever since their addition of es3tag, results have been looking shaky before ELEAGUE. Of their last 4 tournaments, two were group stage eliminations (ESL Cologne 2017 & ESG Tour Mykonos 2017). The other two were a semifinalist and runner up finish, but both tournaments featured easier competition (Dreamhack Atlanta & Valencia).

The problem with es3tag lies on the role he has to fill. Losing valde is huge, as his roles were more of a backstabbing/sneaky type of lurking/defense. Consistently, valde was topping the leaderboard because he was the star player of Heroic. With es3tag, he can also lurk, but his gamesense and ability to frag is not up to par.

Snappi’s IGLing, niko’s explosive fragging, and JUGI’s flashy AWPing are the selling points of Heroic. But, when it comes to playing on LAN against top competition, Heroic always seem to fall apart. The x-factors of their lineup will be MODDII and es3tag, since they are prone to inconsistent performances. Both of them have high skill ceilings, but they have a problem performing at that consistent level.

Regardless, Heroic’s team play and individual level will be up to par against the opponents of their group. It’s still a learning progress for this team to fully develop into a top level team. ELEAGUE will be great experience for them, considering the level of the teams of their group. All 3 of the other teams in their ELEAGUE group have seen considerable success within the past 3 months. When they travel back to evaluate their performance, Heroic’s demos will have plentiful learning material.

 

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Want to read our prediction for the other ELEAGUE Group D opening match? Check it out here: Team Liquid vs. Astralis

 

 

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Dreamhack Malmö 2017 Betting Analysis: Immortals vs. fnatic Preview, Odds, Predictions

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Tournament Introduction:

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Dreamhack Malmö is the most anticipated event of 2017 apart from the ELEAGUE and PGL Majors. The first “major” tournament to take place after the great continental roster shuffle of 2017, many new look teams will be looking to claim the title and stand out as the winners of the shuffle. Of the 16 teams, 8 have made at least one roster change to their 5 man lineup, which may set a record for the most amount of new rosters at a premier CS:GO tournament. Regardless of whether it was a potential major winner or a leftover team, everyone faced imminent danger of roster changes, but the tide has calmed. Now the big test begins for these new teams as they tread into familiar waters.

Let’s get straight into the betting analysis! Here in this post you will find our betting analysis of each team, our prediction of how the match will go, and the odds and extra information you need to know about each team!

Broadcast talent

  • Desk Host:
  • Interviewer:
  • Analysts:
    • Serbia YNk (Janko Paunović)
    • Australia SPUNJ (Chad Burchill)
    • Norway vENdetta (Halvor Gulestøl)
    • Denmark Pimp (Jacob Winneche)
  • Remote Commentators:
    • United Kingdom Vince (Vince Hill)
    • USA dusT (Dustin Mouret)

(credit to Liquipedia for this information)

Format

  • Group stage
    • Four groups with four teams in each
    • Double elimination group format (GSL) Bo1 (opening match and group stage winner match) Bo3 (loser elimination match and group stage decider)
    • Top two from each group move on to the playoffs
  • Playoffs
    • Single-Elimination Bracket starting with quarterfinals
    • Bo3 matches

(credit to Liquipedia for this information)

 

Immortals Betting Preview and Analysis

Immortals seemed like roster changes were bound to happen after the PGL Major due to internal conflicts regarding the arrival of Brazilian player Horvy (who was known for moving to Portugal to play for k1ck). But, after misunderstandings were cleared, the Immortals lineup was reunited to continue their dominance.

Their match vs. fnatic showed how CT heavy a team like Immortals were. While not the true pioneers of the double AWP setup, their setup with kNg and HEN1 manning the big guns has become one of the most potent threats in the CS:GO meta today. On the other hand you have the IGL of boltz (and entry fragger at times), whereas you have the support duo of steel and LUCAS1 to play anchor and uncomfortable positions. Immortals are known to be one of the hardest and unpredictable teams to play against, mainly due to them consistently winning individual duels, the aforementioned AWP setup, and their ability to change the tempo at their own will.

During their match versus G2, it was a close best of 3. But, it displayed at how weak Immortals are if their economy on the CT side doesn’t get going. At the end of the match, HEN1 and kNg were absolutely removed as threats by kennyS’ AWPing and G2’s great economic management, consistently catching Immortals off guard and dwindling players and money as each round passed on.

fnatic Betting Preview and Analysis

fnatic took a huge blow in firepower, losing dennis and olofmeister to different teams. But, in return, they grabbed Lekr0 from GODSENT–who has been performing superbly–and Golden, who will be fulfilling the much needed IGL role for fnatic. With a lack of true Swedish IGLs in the Swedish scene, fnatic had no choice but to rely on their academy squad.

It was revealed in an interview with JW that Golden has been leading the team similarly to pronax in the golden era of fnatic. This possibly means that Golden will be implementing a strat-heavy default and executes to the fnatic squad. In addition, Golden may be gunning on the fact that a resurging JW, flusha, and KRiMZ are consistently providing the entries and manpower required to make their entrance into bombsites. Not to mention, Lekr0 has been looking like Olofsson (get it?) ever since his days on GODSENT, and there’s no doubt he can rise to be a superstar in the Swedish scene.

The main question–which is the same for most teams making a roster change before Dreamhack–is how fleshed out they’ve put this roster in. Online, they went 3-1 with a 2-0 to LDLC and a 1-1 tie with Natus Vincere in the ESL Pro League. There, we saw a bunch of individual mistakes that were covered by Golden’s leading or individual playmaking.

So, have fnatic truly found their settled roles? Will Golden be able to rally the boys and find a way to consistently read the rush-heavy Immortals? Their opening match versus Immortals was only close due to the heroic 2v5 with their backs against the wall. Immortals’ firepower was too strong for them, but now Golden has a demo to work with. The question is if he’ll be able to analyze the bits and turn that into a counter that can stop Immortals dead in their tracks.

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