Latest Esports Predictions For Mainstream Markets

Making esports predictions is like an actual fortune-telling. It’s not impossible, but it’s hard to tell what’s really going to happen in the future. The best thing to predict the outcomes of these matches is to study the teams and prepare for the upcoming tournaments they would compete in. With that, here are the latest updates for the most popular major tournaments in esports today.

Keen Gaming’s First Victory And Future Matches

Chinese team Keen Gaming takes the ESL One Mumbai 2019 crown, defeating all 7 Dota 2 teams in the process and claiming the lion’s share of the $300,000 prize pool. This marks the team’s first live event victory in the history of the organization, but can they remain competitive for their future matches. The current and active roster of Keen Gaming today include Wang “old chicken” Zhiyong, Zhai “一” Jingkai, Ren “eLeVeN” Yangwei, Hu “Kaka” Liangzhi, and Song “dark” Runxi. Make your most accurate esports betting predictions for Keen Gaming’s future matches.

DreamHack Masters New Event At Malmö

The prestigious Dreamhack Masters series returns to Malmö, Sweden this October to present a new set of exciting CSGO competitive tournaments. The city was the first host location for the event in 2016 and 2017, while the 2019 event marks Dreamhack’s second major tournament of the year. The event features 16 CSGO teams competing for the lion’s share of the $250,000 prize pool. The organization has yet to reveal the slot distribution for the participating regions, but they will announce more details in the coming weeks as tickets for the event goes on sale on May 24.

Team Liquid Dominates LCS Spring Split

Team Liquid proved that they are the only unstoppable team in this year’s North American League of Legends competitive season. The top LoL team pulled off one of their best comebacks this year by winning their first title at the LCS Spring Split 2019, defeating the equally powerful Team SoloMid. Make your most accurate esports predictions for Team Liquid’s future matches.

Overwatch League’s Current Best Teams

The Week 4 of Overwatch League stage 2 is about to come to a close. Some teams already secured their positions on the top, while many still struggle to make a mark in the tournament. Regardless, all teams from the Pacific and Atlantic divisions now gear up for the next stages. The current best teams in the tournament are New York Excelsior, Vancouver Titans, Los Angeles Gladiators, and Dallas Fuel.