LEAGUE OF LEGENDS – WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

The stage is set, and the spotlight is on the 2020 World Championship Finals. League of Legend’s 22 best teams from 11 regions qualified for the biggest LoL tournament of the year, but only two remain standing: China’s Suning and South Korea’s DAMWON Gaming. Finals will take place at the Pudong Football Stadium in Shanghai, where thousands of fans will see the next League of Legends 2020 World Champions lift the Summoner’s Cup in triumph. 

As the finalists prepare for battle in the LoL World Championship Finals on 31 October, let’s meet the teams and have a look at the betting markets for this explosive match. 

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS RECAP

Europe’s Fnatic couldn’t take the heat and dropped out of the competition in the quarter-finals, losing 3-2 to Top Esports who went on to suffer a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Suning in the semi-finals. 

DAMWON Gaming made swift work of DRX in the quarter-finals, winning 3-0, and kept the streak going with a 3-1 victory against G2 Esports in the semis. JD Gaming and Gen.G both left the World Championship tournament in the quarter-finals with scores of 1-3 and 0-3, respectively. 

In summary, DRX, JD Gaming, Fnatic and Gen.G now hold 5th-8th places in the World Championship, while G2 and Top Esports stand at third and fourth-place. Suning and DAMWON Gaming move on to the 2020 World Championship Finals. 

MEET THE TEAMS

DAMWON GAMING

DAMWON are a professional esports team from South Korea, formed in 2017 after signing the full MiraGe Gaming roster. Unfortunately, old talent was not enough to push newcomers DAMWON to victory immediately. The team did not see their first LCK title until 5 September, in the 2020 LCK Summer Finals, after significant changes to the roster over the last three years. Led by coach Lee “Zefa” Jae-min, five outstanding laners are ready to risk it all.

ADC Jang “Ghost” Yong-jun and Support Cho “BeryL” Geon-hee – the only player who survived the MiraGe roster wipe – are heading down to BOT lane. TOP and MID lanes are entrusted to Jang “Naguri” Ha-gwon and Heo “Showmaker” Su, respectively, while Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu is left to roam the Jungle. 

SUNING 

Suning are a League of Legends team from China, previously known as T.Bear Gaming and Suning Gaming. The team was formed in 2016 with the aim of conquering the 2017 LSPL Spring Season. And that they did, winning the playoffs with a 3-0 sweep over Young Miracles. Suning is coached by Kwon “Helper” Yeong-jae, who previously drilled Gen.G, a South Korean team that also made it to the 2020 World Championship.

Bot lane is spearheaded by ADC Tang “huanfeng” Huanfeng and Hu “SwordArt” Shuo-Chieh as huanfeng’s Support. Chen “Bin” Zebin is taking TOP lane, and the world’s seventh-best player, Xiang “Angel” Tao is going to spread his wings once more at MID. The Jungle will be Lê “SofM” Quang Duy’s playground, the first-ever Vietnamese player to qualify for both the World Championship and the MSI Finals. 

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS FORMAT

The 2020 World Championship Finals will be played in a best-of-five format, set to begin at 11:00 CEST/BTS+1 on Saturday, 31 October. The winners of the tournament will be crowned as 2020 World Champions and receive 25% of the prize pool; they’ll also work with Riot Games to immortalise their glory with a set of unique World Champion Skins.

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

Tune in to watch the League of Legends 2020 World Championship Finals online, streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform

The World Championship tournament schedule, standings and vods are available on the LoL Esports hub. To check out the current matches, click WATCH. Past standings and skirmishes can be viewed through the VODS tab. 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS BETTING

Are you ready to wager on the biggest esports event of the year? Check out the latest, top-tier odds for the World Championship Finals and back your favourites to take the enemy Nexus!

DAMWON Gaming, at 4/9 (1.45), are favoured to win Saturday’s match against China’s Suning, who are at 17/10 (2.7) to stand their ground and claim the coveted title of Champions. 

Make your pick and boost your betslip with wagers on the team To Slay The First Dragon, with DAMWON at 5/8 (1.63) and Suning at 9/8 (2.13) to do so in the first game. Think that this year’s finalists have what it takes to secure a World Championship Pentakill? Try and predict the Largest Multi Kill in the Finals, at 23/1 (24.00) and 11/1 (12.00) for a Pentakill and Quadrakill, respectively. 

Although this is the year’s last crowning matchup, the action is far from over. Be sure to come back for more League of Legends news, event previews and tournaments at top-tier betting odds. 

*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

MERSEYSIDE DERBY: BETTING PREVIEW

Battle lines between neighbours will be drawn as a divided city welcomes one of English football’s biggest rivalries this weekend.

Join us as we give you a rundown of everything you need to know and provide you with some exciting Merseyside derby betting options for the upcoming game. 

MERSEYSIDE DERBY BETTING

Everton

Evertonians have enjoyed an electric start to the season, shocking Premier League sides with a new and exciting brand of football. Unbeaten in their first four fixtures, the Toffees stand on top of the pack with maximum points. They’re in a strong position as they welcome the reigning champions – and bitter rivals – Liverpool to Goodison Park this weekend.

While the acquisition of new signings James Rodriguez and Allan has helped Carlo Ancelotti develop a new attacking dynamic to his side, it’s been their unstoppable homegrown striker, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who has stolen the spotlight. Exploding onto the scene with nine goals in all competitions thus far, the 23-year old Englishman is at 8/5 (2.60) to add another goal to his tally this Saturday.

As their first fixture against one of the “big six”, Klopp’s Liverpool will provide Everton’s biggest obstacle to date, regardless of their fantastic run of form. Expectations will be high for Carlo Ancelotti to finally bring a halt to Everton’s dreadful home record in the Merseyside derby, and take the full three points in a matchup this side hasn’t won since 2010.

Liverpool

Liverpool’s introduction to the new season was a trial by fire, with the Reds laying the foundations of their 20/21 campaign by taking the full nine points against Leeds United, Chelsea and Arsenal. A winning run that would suddenly halt against Aston Villa in their fourth game. Favourited to easily brush aside a team which only escaped the clutches of relegation by five points last season, football fans around the globe were stunned by a 90-minute mauling which saw Aston Villa batter Liverpool 7-2.

The recent international break, and subsequent distancing from their previous result, could prove to be just what was needed ahead of Liverpool’s away day at bitter rivals Everton. While new arrivals Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota will be eager to get stuck into their first Merseyside derby, manager Jurgen Klopp will be looking forward to his 12th game against Everton, a fixture in which he has won seven, drawn four and lost zero.

Positive news from Anfield suggests Sadio Mane could make his return to football this weekend, having tested negative for coronavirus after 10 days of self-isolation. Having found the back of the net three times this season, the Senegalese forward measures up at 7/5 (2.40) to get himself onto the scoresheet come this Saturday.

EVERTON VS LIVERPOOL: PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

English champions Liverpool come out as the team to beat this weekend at 6/7 (1.86) to win, while Everton’s chances to cause an upset are calculated at 39/10 (4.90).

ENERGYBET

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 *Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS – WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS

Out of the world’s 22 best League of Legends teams, only eight remain standing. Over the next four days, each of the top eight will have one more chance to power through to the semi-finals in the 2020 World Championship Playoffs. Every move counts; one misstep and the Summoner’s Cup is out of their grasp! 

Let’s see who got knocked out in the Group Stage and which teams solidified their place in the running for the champion’s crown. 

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGE RECAP

In Group A, Team Liquid fought valiantly, but their 3-3 (Win-Loss) record was not enough to trump EU’s G2 Esports and China’s Suning, who finished the run at 4-2. Machi Esports did not make the cut, leaving the competition with a score of 1-5. 

Group B’s DAMWON Gaming from Korea showed no mercy to their foes, sweeping the Rift with five wins and just one loss each. JD Gaming came in second at 4-2, leaving PSG Talon and Rogue trailing in the dust. 

League of Legends fans from all over the world locked their eyes on the matches in Group C, where some of the strongest LoL teams staked their claim at the title of World Champions. Gen.G and Fnatic stood their ground and wowed the crowds, finishing strong at 5-1 and 4-2, respectively. Like Team Liquid in Group A, LGD Gaming were cut loose at 3-3. North America’s favourites Team SoloMid topped the charts, but not in the way their fanbase hoped. TSM left the competition with an unprecedented, crushing loss streak of 0-6. Ouch!

In an interesting turn of events, teams in Group D finished with identical standings as Group C. China’s Top Esports and Korea’s DRX moved to the playoffs with scores of 5-1 and 4-2, while NA’s Flyquest were knocked out at 3-3. Arguably the best-named team around — Unicorns of Love — ended their impressive run with a demoralising score of 0-6, keeping TSM company in their anguish. 

Here is the final list of competitors for the World Championship Playoffs, sorted by region:

China: JD Gaming, Suning and Top Esports

Europe: Fnatic and G2 Esports.

Korea: DAMWON Gaming, DRX, and Gen.G Esports.

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS FORMAT

Representing only three regions in the World Championship Playoffs, the top eight teams knuckle down to take control of their lanes and push through to the semi-finals in four best-of-five matchups. 

Playoffs: 

  • Single elimination bracket. 
  • All matches are Bo5.
  • Winners of each match proceed to the semi-finals.

The World Championship Playoffs begin on Thursday, 15 October, with DAMWON Gaming up against compatriots DRX as the first Playoffs skirmish. The matches will run through 18 October, wrapping up the semi-finals qualifiers with Gen.G against G2 Esports. Each matchup begins at 12:00 CEST/BTS+1. 

SCHEDULE 

Playoffs: 15-18 October.

Semi-finals: 24-25 October. 

Finals: 31 October.

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

Tune in and watch the League of Legends 2020 World Championship Playoffs online, streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform. 

The tournament schedule, standings and vods are available on the LoL Esports platform. To check out the current matches, click WATCH. Past standings and skirmishes can be viewed through the VODS tab. 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS BETTING

This action-packed weekend kicks off with DAMWON Gaming, at 1/7 (1.14) to win, facing DRX (previously DragonX) at 47/10 (5.40) to fight back. 

The second brawl on Friday, 16 October, will see Suning Gaming at 6/5 (2.20) to crush JD Gaming, at 13/20 (1.65) to evade defeat. 

Top Esports will try their luck, at 1/8 (1.12) against Europe’s Fnatic on 17 October, who are at 5/1 (6.00) to level the enemy Nexus to the ground. 

The last Playoffs clash will be on 18 October, between Gen.G at 19/25 (1.76) to triumph and G2 Esports at 21/20 (2.05) to defend against the onslaught. 

If you’re interested in betting on the 2020 World Championship Playoffs matches, we’ve got you covered at EnergyBet with our League of Legends betting markets. Check out the latest, top-tier odds for this season’s action-packed matchups and back your favourites to take the Nexus!

Be sure to come back for more, we’ll be keeping you up to date with League of Legends World Championship standings and the next, rip-roaring LoL events at stellar betting odds.

*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS – WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGE

The League of Legends World Championship is in full swing! A week of back-to-back skirmishes left 16 best League of Legends teams standing on the Rift, ready to fight on for the 2020 Summoner’s Cup in the Main Event. Let’s see who made the cut and preview some of the upcoming World Championship Group Stage matches. 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-IN RECAP

Round One of the 2020 World Championship seeded out the weak links rather quickly! INTZ and V3 Esports were knocked out of the running, both with a final Win-Loss ratio of 1-3. Team Liquid and PSG Talon came out on top of their Play-In groups with nearly-clean sweeps, both teams finished the first round at 3-1 and move on to the Group Stage. 

Legacy Esports, SuperMassive, MAD Lions, Rainbow 7, Unicorns of Love and LGD Gaming all qualified for a second shot at the Group Stage qualifiers in Round Two. LGD Gaming and Unicorns of Love showed us exactly what we love about competitive esports: top-tier gameplay and awe-inspiring wins. Both teams earned their Group Stage spots with scores of 3-0 in the Finals of Play-In Round Two. 

Here is the final list of competitors for the World Championship Group Stage, including the direct seeds, and their respective group placement. 

WHO MADE IT?

Group A: G2 Esports, Machi Esports, Suning and Team Liquid.

Group B: DAMWON Gaming, JD Gaming, PSG Talon and Rogue.

Group C: Fnatic, Gen.G Esports, LGD Gaming and Team SoloMid.

Group D: DRX, FlyQuest, Top Esports and Unicorns of Love.

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGE FORMAT

The world’s best professional League of Legends teams have made it to the Main Event. Representing North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, South Korea, China and CIS are 16 LoL teams — ready to storm the Rift in full force! Only eight Playoffs sports are up for grabs, a single click can make it or break it for League’s top talent. 

Group Stage — Main Event: 

  • The four teams from the Play-In stage will join the 12 direct seeds in the Main Event. 
  • All 16 teams are divided into four groups, based on seeding, and play Double Round Robin. 
  • All matches are Bo1.
  • The top two teams in each group advance to the Playoffs.
  • The bottom two teams in each group are eliminated. 

Playoffs: 

  • Single elimination bracket. 
  • All matches are Bo5.

Group Stage matchups begin on Saturday, 3 October, and run through to 11 October. Top Esports and FlyQuest are kicking off the Main Event at 10:00 CEST/BTS+1, followed by four more matches on Saturday. 

SCHEDULE 

Group Stage: 3-6 October and 8-11 October.

Playoffs: 15-18 October and 24-25 October. 

Finals: 31 October.

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

Tune in and watch the League of Legends 2020 World Championship online, streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform. 

The tournament schedule, standings and vods are available directly on the platform. To check out ongoing skirmishes, click WATCH. Past standings and concluded matches can be viewed through the VODS tab. 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP STAGE BETTING

When the stakes are so high, you can expect nothing but jaw-dropping action! Here are the weekend’s matchups you wouldn’t want to miss:

At 20/33 (1.61) to wow their fans, Fnatic go up against NA rivals Team SoloMid, who are at 13/10 (2.30) to take the win on 3 October.

On Sunday, G2 Esports stand as favourites to win at 7/11 (1.64) against Suning Gaming, at 5/4 (2.25) to turn the tides.

If you’re interested in betting on the 2020 World Championship Group Stage matches, we’ve got you covered at EnergyBet with our League of Legends betting markets. Check out the latest, top-tier odds for this season’s action-packed matchups and back your favourites to take the Nexus!

Be sure to come back for more, we’ll be keeping you up to date with League of Legends World Championship standings and the next, rip-roaring LoL events at stellar betting odds.

*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

It all comes down to this. The crowning League of Legends event of the year — the 2020 World Championship — is about to take off! The 22 best LoL teams from all regions meet at the Pudong Football Stadium in Shanghai, China to reach the summit of pro play and raise the Summoner’s Cup in victory. The event spans an entire month, beginning on 25 September and concluding in an explosive finale on 31 October. Our favourite LoL teams spent the year battling for a handful of qualifiers into the World Championship, let’s see who made the final cut!

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFICATIONS

Due to the current state of world affairs, and the cancellation of several major LoL events, the seeding format saw a handful of changes across the regions. In Europe and North America, qualifiers were up for grabs solely in the LCS and LEC Summer Playoffs. After the shutdown of this year’s Mid-Season Invitational, both Europe and China received one extra seed for a total of four. The seeds for PCS (SE Asia) were reduced to two, as opposed to last year’s four seeds after the merger between LMS (Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau) and PCS. The two ‘extra’ seeds from last year’s LMS and PCS merger are the ones handed over to Europe and China this year. VCS (Vietnam) is out of the running due to travel restrictions, handing over their Main Event spot to Korea’s third seed. 

WHO MADE IT?

China: Top Esports, JD Gaming, Suning and LGD Gaming. 

Europe: G2 Esports, Fnatic, Rogue and MAD Lions.

North America: Team SoloMid, FlyQuest and Team Liquid.

Southeast Asia: Machi Esports and PSG Talon.

South Korea: DAMWON Gaming, DRX and Gen.G Esports.

Other regions: INTZ (Brazil), Unicorns of Love (CIS), V3 Esports (Japan), Rainbow7 (Latam), Legacy Esports (Oceania) and Papara SuperMassive (Turkey). 

2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP FORMAT

The 2020 World Championship is split into two major stages: Play-In and the Group Stage (Main Event), with the Play-In broken further down into two rounds. Only the teams who qualified for the Group Stage are competing for the ultimate prize, those who were seeded into Play-In have yet to prove their worth! 

Play-In Round One:

  • Two groups of five teams play in a Single Round Robin format. 
  • All matches are Bo1. 
  • Top teams advance to the Group Stage.
  • The second, third and fourth in each group advance to Round Two.
  • The last team in each group is eliminated.

Play-In Round Two: 

  • Only six teams from the original 10 make it to Round Two, retaining the two groups.
  • All matches are Bo5. 
  • The third and fourth-placed teams from the same group in Round One will face one another. The winner then competes against the second-placed team from the other group.
  • Two winners advance to the Group Stage.
  • The four losing teams will be eliminated. 

Group Stage — Main Event: 

  • The four teams from the Play-In stage will join the 12 direct seeds in the Main Event. 
  • All 16 teams are divided into four groups, based on seeding, and play Double Round Robin. 
  • All matches are Bo1.
  • The top two teams in each group advance to the Playoffs.
  • The bottom two teams in each group are eliminated. 

Playoffs: 

  • Single elimination bracket. 
  • All matches are Bo5.

Round One is kicking off on 25 September with PSG Talon vs Rainbow7 as the first match of the Play-In stage. Followed by INTZ e-Sports vs Legacy eSports, LGD Gaming vs PSG Talon and MAD Lions vs Team Liquid. The Play-In stretches for another three arduous days of back-to-back skirmishes. Round Two will begin on Tuesday, 29 September, after all Round One matches have been played. 

SCHEDULE 

Play-In Round One: 25-28 September.

Play-In Round Two: 29-30 September.

Group Stage: 3-6 October and 8-11 October.

Playoffs: 15-18 October and 24-25 October. 

Finals: 31 October.

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

Tune in and watch the League of Legends 2020 World Championship online, streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform. 

The tournament schedule, standings and vods are available directly on the platform. To check out ongoing skirmishes, click WATCH. Past standings and concluded matches can be viewed through the VODS tab. 

LEAGUE OF LEGENDS 2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP BETTING

The Play-In rounds may not be all that we — as fans — hoped for, but we’re still in for some jaw-dropping action from the very first day!

On 26 September, MAD Lions Madrid are roaring for a win, at 3/8 (1.38), in their bout with SuperMassive eSports, at 2 (3.00) to crush their foes on the Rift.

Rainbow7 stand at 7/9 (1.78) to win against V3 Esports, who are at 34/33 (2.03) to reach the end of the rainbow and claim that sweet victory. 

Want to see if the tides of fortune can be turned? Come back for more backbreaking Play-In matchups on 27-28 September to see who makes it, and who doesn’t, to the long-awaited Main Event. 

If you’re interested in betting on this massive League of Legends event, we’ve got you covered at EnergyBet with our 2020 World Championship betting markets. Check out the latest, top-tier odds for this season’s action-packed matchups and back your favourites to take the Nexus!

Be sure to come back for more, we’ll be keeping you up to date with League of Legends World Championship standings and the next, rip-roaring LoL events at stellar betting odds.

*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

FA COMMUNITY SHIELD: BETTING PREVIEW

The FA Community Shield ushers in the new 20/21 season of English football, with Premier League champions Liverpool taking on the FA Cup winners Arsenal at Wembley this weekend.

Join us as we take a look at two of the most prestigious English clubs to grace the competition – each side has 15 titles – and give you some exciting FA Community Shield betting options for this Saturday.

FA COMMUNITY SHIELD BETTING

Arsenal

The dust has barely settled since their emphatic 2-1 FA Cup victory over Chelsea, and the Gunners enter the FA Community Shield match with only 28 days of rest behind them.

Although many still consider Arsenal to be a work in progress, Mikel Arteta’s influence since his arrival has been felt inside and outside of the club. Tinkering with their style of play and pushing confidence back into the squad, the young Spanish manager has seen his side hold out for remarkable victories against all of the top four, including a notable Premier League win (2-1) over Liverpool at the Emirates.

Premier League champions Liverpool should present a different challenge than Arsenal’s latest opponents – League One MK Dons proving the victims of a 4-1 thrashing. While viewed by some as nothing more than a glorified friendly, the fixture presents the possibility of laying down a marker ahead of the new season. It’s also a chance for Arteta to try out some of the latest additions to his squad, including the likes of Willian and Saliba.

Having scored both goals to claim Arsenal’s 14th FA Cup, captain Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is measured at 7/5 (2.40) to open his goal account and help Arsenal secure the shield this weekend.

Liverpool

The Premier League champions record-breaking season finished earlier than their opponents in this fixture, with nothing left to compete for once the league was secured. After ending a 30-year wait for their 19th Premier League title, the reigning champions have been able to regroup and recover with a pre-season training camp in Austria over the summer.

Although their contest in the capital will not be a direct indication of their season – Liverpool lost last year’s contest against Manchester City, only to go on and dominate the league – the Community Shield still offers great insight into what is to come.

Recent news from Anfield suggests that Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and ex-Gunner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may both be sidelined due to injury. However, on the positive side, Virgil van Dijk has been given the all-clear after a nasty cut against Salzburg, and Trent Alexander-Arnold has been tipped to be fit and ready come this weekend.

With plenty of talent on the books at Liverpool, Klopp may be tempted to blood some of his younger players this Saturday, while also giving minutes to new signing Kostas Tsimikas, ahead of what will surely be a long season.

As their 19/20 top scorer, Mohamed Salah finds himself an interesting option for Community Shield betting, at 14/15 (1.93) to begin his season with a goal this weekend, while Sadio Mane is calculated at 23/20 (2.15) to find the net.

ARSENAL VS LIVERPOOL: FA COMMUNITY SHIELD BETTING ODDS

Liverpool come out as the team to beat this weekend at 7/10 (1.70) to win within the 90 minutes, while Arsenal measure up at 39/10 (4.90). With goals often being traded between these teams, why not bet on the favourites Liverpool to win and both teams to score at 2/1 (3.00)?


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*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing.

ESL ONE: COLOGNE PLAYOFFS

When it comes to competitive Counter-Strike in 2020, all roads have led us to Cologne! The world’s best CS:GO teams fought tooth and nail to ascend the ESL Pro Tour rankings and secured their spot at one of the two 2020 Masters Championships, ESL One: Cologne.

The Group Stage is now behind us and we’re heading straight for the action in this week’s preview of ESL One: Cologne Playoffs. Let’s have a look at the 32 teams in Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania as they stake their claim at the hefty prize purse! 

ESL ONE: COLOGNE FORMAT

As this year’s global competitions are off-limits, the current format resulted in a separation of teams into regions and divisions of unequal strength. Since the performance of the teams cannot be accessed and compared reliably, the 32 bands of warriors competed in four individual tournaments across four regions. Seeding was determined by the number of points obtained in the ESL Pro League, ESL One: Road to Rio and DreamHack Masters Spring

In the European and North American divisions, the Playoffs will be played in a single-elimination bracket. All matches are best-of-three, excluding the Grand Final best-of-five. This format is identical to the one in Asia and Oceania, with one minor difference: the upper-bracket team will be heading into the Grand Final with one map advantage. 

ESL ONE: COLOGNE RECAP

Europe

Europe’s 16 top CS:GO teams made it to Cologne, but only eight remain standing. In Group A, Sprout, Complexity, OG and Ninjas in Pyjamas saw no obstacle too large to overcome. All four teams swept through the opposing BIG, Mad Lions, Natus Vincere and mousesports, respectively. In Group B, Astralis, G2 Esports, Heroic and Team Vitality triumphed over Team Heretics, Faze Clan, MIBR and fan-favourites Fnatic. 

Remaining Teams: Astralis, Complexity Gaming, G2 Esports, Heroic, OG, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Sprout and Team Vitality. 

Prize Pool: $325,000

North America

With only eight competing teams, the NA Group Stage wrapped up rather quickly. Group A’s Chaos Esports Club and Furia Esports pushed out 100 Thieves and Gen.G Esports, while Group B’s Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid downright shoved Cloud9 and Triumph back to the bench.

Remaining Teams: Chaos Esports Club, Evil Geniuses, Furia Esports and Team Liquid. 

Prize Pool: $135,000

Asia

The four teams in the Asian division are gunning for the finals as we write. Tyloo and ViCi Gaming emerged victorious in the first two rounds, shortly after which Tyloo stomped ViCi in a 2-1. Beyond Esports and Invictus are due to clash on 28 August in a last-ditch effort for the Grand Final. 

Remaining Teams: Beyond Esports, Invictus Gaming, TYLOO, and ViCi Gaming. 

Prize Pool: $20,000

Oceania

Oceania’s top four have their eyes on the prize! Renegades are in the lead over ORDER, with Chiefs ESC and Avant Gaming scheduled for an early-morning match on 28 August. The winner of this matchup will go up against the upper-bracket loser. Although results are still up in the air, it looks like Renegades won’t leave ESL One: Cologne anytime soon. 

Remaining Teams: Avant Gaming, Chiefs ESC, ORDER, and Renegades. 

Prize Pool: $20,000

WHERE TO WATCH THE COUNTER-STRIKE ESL ONE: COLOGNE PLAYOFFS

Tune in and watch the CS:GO ESL One: Cologne Playoffs online, streamed live on the ESL One Live platform. 

If a match is currently in play, you will be directed to the live stream instantly. To view all tournament streams, videos and best-of highlights, look for ‘ESL TV’ on the left-hand menu. 

CS:GO ESL ONE: COLOGNE PLAYOFFS BETTING

We’re just in time to catch two of EU’s last matches before the Grand Final. Astralis are at 13/25 (1.52) to win their clash with Ninjas in Pyjamas at 14/9 (2.55) to topple the favourites. 

Shortly after, we will see Evil Geniuses who are 7/12 (1.58) to defeat Team FURIA at 7/5 (2.40) to unleash their fury.

If you’re interested in wagering on CS:GO tournaments, we’ve got you covered at EnergyBet with our unrivalled ESL One: Cologne betting markets. Check out the latest, top-tier odds for this season’s action-packed matchups and back your favourites to take the win! 

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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL: BETTING PREVIEW

The UEFA Champions League Final will take place this Sunday at Portugal’s Estadio da Luz. Two of Europe’s biggest teams collide for their chance to steal the headlines and win football’s ultimate club prize.

Join us as we preview the final game of the competition and give you some of the most exciting betting options for the 19/20 Champions League Final.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING

Paris Saint-Germain

Having fulfilled all of their domestic obligations, Paris Saint-Germain enter the Champions League Final with the monumental possibility of securing their fourth trophy of the season.

Although a convincing 3-0 scoreline against RB Leipzig earlier this week helped secure their spot in the UCL final, the competition has by no means been an easy undertaking for PSG. 

After topping a group that included Real Madrid, Club Brugge and Galatasaray, the Parisians left their first round of 16 game wounded, suffering their first defeat (2-1) at the hands of Dortmund. From then on it was victory after victory for Tuchel’s men. Goals from Neymar and Velasco saw PSG past their German opposition, while Marquinhos and Choupo-Moting both left it late to overturn a 1-0 loss against Atalanta in the quarter-finals.

Against Bayern Munich, PSG will undoubtedly rely on their frightening attacking force of Neymar at 7/5 (2.40) to score anytime, Kylian Mbappé at 11/10 (2.10), and Angel Di Maria at 11/4 (3.75), to launch deadly counter-attacks through their incredible speed and sensational skills. At the other end of the pitch, Thiago Silva will captain the squad and once again lead the defence, in what could be the Brazilian’s last game with the French champions.

Bayern Munich

It’s been nothing but handing out thrashings for the German champions in a run that has positioned them to fight for their sixth UEFA Champions League trophy.

After smashing through the group stages with a perfect 6-0-0 record against Tottenham, Olympiacos and Red Star Belgrade, Bayern Munich easily brushed aside Chelsea in the round of 16, before completely dismantling Barcelona in a historic 8-2 victory. A convincing 3-0 win in the semi-finals earlier this week ended the Lyon fairytale run and gave the Bavarians their well-deserved entry into the final.

The German machine certainly looks capable of overpowering any opposition they face, and everything seems set for Robert Lewandowski to complete a fantastic record of scoring in every single match during the tournament. The chances of FC Bayern’s talismanic Polish striker getting on the score sheet are calculated at 4/7 (1.57).

Although the German champions are backed by an imperious record of 28 unbeaten games, PSG will present a threat. With the two most expensive signings in world football leading the line, the threat of goals from PSG is real. FC Bayern will need to be disciplined at the back to avoid a goal fest that could see the final run away from them.


PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN VS BAYERN MUNICH: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

Bayern Munich come out as favourites at 10/9 (2.11) to win, within the 90 minutes, while Paris Saint-Germain measure up at 11/5 (3.20). With both teams fielding some of the best attacking talent on the planet, why not wager on total goals over 3.5 at 19/20 (1.95)?


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LEC 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS

Last week, we covered the explosive start to the LCS Summer Playoffs in North America; this week, we’re heading to Europe! EU’s 2020 LEC Summer Playoffs are just around the corner, with the first match set to kick off on Friday, 21 August. Europe’s top six teams will clash on the Rift in a bid for one of four World Championship qualifiers. Let’s see where we stand so far, and when you can expect you see your LEC favourites in action! 

SUMMER SEASON RECAP

In Europe, we saw the best of the best compete in a round-robin group stage, hoping to seize one of the seeds into the 2020 LEC Summer Playoffs. Out of 10 outstanding teams, six pushed through and showed us what they’re capable of.

This season, Rogue skyrocketed to the very top of the standings (ending at 13-5 W-L) and pushed MAD Lions Madrid (12-6) down to second place, both moving on to the playoffs in the winners’ bracket. Just below, G2 Esports finished strong in third place (11-7). Fnatic and SK Gaming tied at 9-9, but FNC’s Championship Points total bumped Mithy’s roster up to fourth and SK down to fifth. 

In sixth place (at least) we expected to see none other than Origen. Boy, were we in for a surprise! Just this Spring, Origen stormed the lanes and soared to third place (13-5). Unfortunately, everything went downhill from there. With defeat after defeat, we saw xPeke’s Origen sink through the ranks and leave the competition in tenth place (6-12). 

The sixth seed went to FC Schalke 04, who ended the season at 8-10. To say that the team had a rough start would be an understatement. The first matches of the Spring Split crushed their spirit in a streak of four losses, followed by Forg1ven’s departure and inevitable roster changes. It seems like it paid off though, as Schalke 04 confidently claimed sixth, and don’t look like they’re about to back down!

Excel Esports, Misfits Gaming and Team Vitality did not pull through and concluded the season in seventh, eighth and ninth places respectively. 

LEC 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS FORMAT

The LEC Summer Playoffs will span three rounds and conclude in the semi-finals and finals, anticipated to take place in early September. Unlike previous seasons, seeding is determined by the number of obtained Championship Points, awarded for performance during the Summer Season. 

  • All matches are best of five.
  • The top four teams play in the winners bracket, fifth clashes with sixth in the losers bracket.
  • Double elimination bracket, where the first seed picks between third and fourth seed in Round One. 
  • The loser with the lowest seed from the winners bracket will play in the losers bracket in Round Two.
  • The loser with the highest seed from winners’ bracket will play in the losers bracket in Round Three. 
  • Top four qualify for 2020 Season World Championship. 

Round One is going live on 21 August, with SK Gaming vs FC Schalke 04 as the first match of the playoffs. The winner of the match will sit in the losers bracket, awaiting the lower R1 seed of the weekend’s winners bracket skirmishes. 

As the first seed, Rogue opted to face Fnatic on Sunday, leaving MAD Lions to go up against the formidable G2 Esports on Saturday, 22 August. The losers will be sorted by seed ranking and will drop down to the losers bracket in R2 and R3. The winners, on the other hand, are on a highway straight to the semi-finals. 

LEC 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS SCHEDULE 

Round One: 21-23 August.

Round Two: 28 August.

Round Three: 29 August. 

Semifinals: TBD, anticipated between 30 August and 5 September.

Finals: 6 September.

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS LEC 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS

Tune in and watch the League of Legends LEC Summer Playoffs online, streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform. 

The tournament schedule, standings and vods are available directly on the platform. To check out ongoing skirmishes, click WATCH. Past standings and concluded matches can be viewed through the VODS tab. 

LEC 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS BETTING

FC Schalke 04 are favourites to win, at 4/9 (1.44), in their first Summer LEC Playoffs bout with SK Gaming, at 7/4 (2.75) to overwhelm their opponent. 

On Saturday, G2 Esports stand at 4/11 (1.36) to topple Mad Lions Madrid, who are at 21/10 (3.10) to roar in triumph. The second match in the winners bracket will see Rogue at 7/9 (1.78) to push through to the semi-finals, but they may have found a worthy adversary in Fnatic, who are at 34/33 (2.03) to prove their worth. 

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LCS 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS

We’re back in action, and the stakes are high — the LCS Summer Playoffs are taking off; the top eight LCS teams will cross swords in a bid for the 2020 World Championship. The teams have earned their spots through epic victories and jaw-dropping action in the Summer Season, but they must prove their worth once more. With only three qualifying spots up for grabs, we’re in for Rift-shattering plays! Let’s recap where we’re at and take a look at some LCS 2020 betting options.

SUMMER SEASON RECAP

North America’s 10 best teams went head-to-head to secure one of eight spots in the Playoffs. Team Liquid dominated the competition with a 15-3 Win-Loss ratio, Cloud9 were right on their heels at 13-5. Both teams are at the top of the LCS 2020 Summer Standings and will start off in Round Two of the winners bracket. 

FlyQuest and Team SoloMid had an impressive showing as well, both finishing the run with 12 Wins and 6 Losses. Evil Geniuses got off to a shaky start but managed to find their footing in the last few matches (8-10) and head into the Round One winners bracket along with Golden Guardians (9-9), TSM and FlyQuest. 

In the final match of the split, Dardoch’s Olaf and Aphromoo’s flawless Soraka plays secured the win for Dignitas, and with it the eighth and final spot in the LCS Summer Playoffs. Unfortunately, the final standings left Counter Logic Gaming and Immortals trailing in the dust. 

LCS 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS FORMAT

The LCS Summer 2020 Playoffs will span three rounds and conclude in the early September Finals. 

  • The top eight teams from Summer Season clash in best of fives, with the top two teams receiving a bye into the second round of the winners bracket.
  • Teams who placed 3rd-6th (FlyQuest, TSM, Golden Guardians and Evil Geniuses) are up in the first round of the winners bracket.
  • The last two (100 Thieves and Dignitas) compete in the losers bracket.
  • Double-elimination bracket, where the first seed (Team Liquid) picks between Round One winners. 
  • The top three teams qualify for the League of Legends 2020 World Championship. 

Round One started on 13 August, with TSM and Golden Guardians heading into the first skirmish. In a crushing 3-0 stomp, GG came out on top and are moving on to Round Two. 

FlyQuest made their play against Evil Geniuses on Friday, 14 August. After five exhausting matches, FlyQuest soared into Round Two with a score of 3-2 against Evil Geniuses, who are now demoted to the losers bracket. 

Dignitas and 100 Thieves, in the losers bracket, stormed the Rift against TSM and EG over the weekend. Unfortunately, the underdogs were knocked out of the running in two clean (0-3) sweeps. Pending results from the first matches of Round Two, TSM and EG are awaiting the losers and will be wrapping up Round Two next weekend. 

As the first seed, Team Liquid has the pick of their opponent, and they’re going to clash with Golden Guardians on 21 August, leaving C9 to face FlyQuest a day prior. With the first two eliminations now behind us, Round Two is sure to turn up the heat!

LCS 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS SCHEDULE 

Round One: 13-16 August.

Round Two: 20-23 August.

Round Three: 29-30 August.

Finals: 5-6 September. 

WHERE TO WATCH THE LEAGUE OF LEGENDS LCS 2020 SUMMER PLAYOFFS

In the meantime, you can tune in and watch the League of Legends LCS Summer Playoffs from the comfort of your home. The LCS Summer Playoffs matches are taking place entirely online and will be streamed live on the League of Legends Esports platform. 

The tournament schedule, standings and vods are available to registered users and visitors alike, without any restrictions. To tune-in to ongoing skirmishes, head to WATCH. Previous tournaments are available on the VODS tab. You can also check out highlights and commentary by your favourite Youtube creators and Twitch LoL streamers.

LCS 2020 BETTING

The next match will see Cloud9 as favourites, at 1/5 (1.20) to win their first LCS Summer Playoffs matchup against FlyQuest eSports at 32/9 (4.55)

The second brawl is not one you will want to miss! The leading seed, Team Liquid, sit at a comfortable 1/5 (1.20) to emerge victorious, and Golden Guardians will stake their claim at the coveted Worlds qualifier at 32/9 (4.55) to defeat the top dogs. 

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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINALS: BETTING PREVIEW

The knockout phase of the Champions continues this week with excitement for the quarter-finals spreading across the continent. This year’s competition has a unique format, with all ties played in Portugal over a single leg, making for some interesting Champions League quarter-finals betting options.

Paris Saint-Germain take on Atalanta this Wednesday at the Estadio da Luz, while Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig travel to the Lisbon’s Estadio Jose Alvalade for their one-legged showdown.

Join us this week as we give you a rundown of everything you need to know and provide you with some exciting Champions League betting options for the upcoming fixtures. 

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING

Atalanta

Few would have believed that Atalanta would make the final eight having lost their first three fixtures in the competition.  Manager Gian Piero Gasperini has seen his men exceed public expectation with an exciting brand of football that has not only secured a third-place finish in Serie A, but also granted entry amongst Europe’s final-eight Champions League contenders. 

The effectiveness of Atalanta’s strikeforce could make the difference for their fixture against the French champions. With an incredible tally of 98 goals in Serie A, this Atalanta team is known for demolishing their opposition – scoring over three goals in each of their last three champions league matches.

Recent news from Italy suggests that Josip Ilicic will not be available for selection with the Slovenian granted time off to deal with a personal issue. Having scored 21 goals this season, the loss of Ilicic could prove fatal for Gasperini’s European aspirations. All eyes will now be on Alejandro Gomez, the midfielder widely considered the primary creative force behind Atalanta’s free-flowing attack.

Paris Saint-Germain

Awarded the Ligue 1 title after Covid-19 caused an early halt to the French season, Paris Saint-Germain have completed another domestic quadruple. Having completed all their other goals for the season, the French outfit can now focus entirely on the one competition which continues to elude them – the Champions League.

Considered one of the favourites to win the competition, Paris Saint-Germain secured their place in the quarter-finals for the first time since 2016 with a 3-2 aggregate victory over Borussia Dortmund. With the promise of Champions League glory just over the horizon, the Parisians now look to overcome a strong Atalanta side and progress to the semi-finals.

Having suffered a nasty ankle injury against Lyon in their League Cup final victory, Kylian Mbappe remains a major doubt and will likely not feature, while Angel Di Maria is also ruled out due to suspension. PSG fans will put the responsibility of a win on the shoulders of Mauro Icardi, with the Argentinian scoring six times in his last five appearances against Atalanta for his former club Inter Milan.

ATALANTA VS PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

Paris Saint-Germain come out as favourites, at 34/33 (2.03) to win, while Atalanta measure up at 12/5 (3.40). Mauro Icardi is a good shout for Champions League quarter-finals betting at 6/5 (2.20) to score this Wednesday.


RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig impressed many in the footballing world after sweeping aside last season’s runners-up, Tottenham, in the round of 16. Having already assured their return into the competition next season, courtesy of their third-place finish in the Bundesliga, the Red Bulls now look to take on Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid side this Thursday.

Not many would contest the fact that RB Leipzig go into their fixture widely considered the underdogs, mainly due to the fact that their top goalscorer, Timo Werner, opted to join Chelsea before the end of their Champions League campaign.

Julian Nagelsmann will, however, still see this as a chance for his side to create some history of their own. Assured by the quality of his team, the German manager will look towards his young guns to step up and carve a path into the semi-finals.

Atletico Madrid

Atleti dumped the reigning champions from the competition in the previous round and now take on RB Leipzig for their chance to secure a semi-final spot.

Unbeaten in their last 18 matches, having conceded just 27 goals in 38 La Liga games, Atletico Madrid have proved that they are a team built on a solid defensive foundation – difficult to break down and even harder to beat.

History is also on their side, with Los Rojiblancos having always progressed against Bundesliga sides in the knockout stages of the Champions League (versus Bayer Leverkusen in 2015 and Bayern Munich in 2016). Diego Simeone’s men cannot rely on history though, as their opponents have made a habit of disrupting the established order.

RB LEIPZIG VS ATLETICO MADRID: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

Favourites Atletico Madrid are calculated at 7/5 (2.40) to win, with RB Leipzig sporting odds of 9/4 (3.25).


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING PREVIEW: ROUND OF 16

After a 149-day wait, Champions League betting returns with huge fixtures among European football’s elite. Manchester City take on Real Madrid at the Etihad, while Juventus look to overturn Lyon at the Allianz Stadium. 

With some of the greatest teams in the world set to lock horns, join us as we analyse exciting betting options for second leg fixtures of the round of 16.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING

Juventus

Juventus have once again established themselves as the dominant force in Italian football, ending the season with their ninth Serie A Scudetto in a row. Although they finished their campaign just one point above their nearest rivals, Juventus found the time to rest key players during their final fixtures – with their attention already fixed on the Champions League.

The Bianconeri head into their Friday fixture in desperate need of goals; their 1-0 away loss in the first leg left them bloodied but not yet beaten. Having shown no signs of slowing down, Cristiano Ronaldo will lead the line and look to add to his already impressive tally of 35 goals, with his chances of scoring calculated at 7/12 (1.58).

Sarri’s men will take nothing for granted this Friday, but they can take confidence from their incredible win record at home which has solidified their reputation as an exceptional team and established the Allianz Stadium as a fortress.

Lyon

Lyon attained their first-ever victory over the Italian champions last February courtesy of a left-footed effort by Lucas Tousart – upsetting the pre-match predictions and stunning both fans and pundits alike.

With the Ligue 1 season cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Les Gones have enjoyed a long break which has allowed attacking talismans Memphis Depay and Jeff Reine-Adelaide to recover from long-term knee injuries and possibly make the starting lineup this Friday.

Knowing that a clean sheet will see them through, but an away goal could make all the difference, Rudi Garcia may set his team up similarly to their Coupe de la Ligue final blueprint from last week. Having withstood a Paris Saint-Germain onslaught for 120 minutes, Lyon may look to emulate their counter-attacking strategy against the Italian champs and make use of their fast-breaking strikeforce to possibly clinch a historic result.

JUVENTUS VS LYON: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

Juventus come out as strong favourites, at 3/7 (1.43) to win, while Lyon sport odds of 33/5 (7.60) to once again upset the Italian champions.


Manchester City

Although they have secured silverware in the EFL Cup, disappointment in the Premier League and FA Cup has left Manchester City looking towards the Champions League as a way to finish their season with a bang.

The Citizens go into their fixture this Friday with a 2-1 advantage, having dismantled Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium – courtesy of goals from Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne. City will face an entirely different beast this Friday, with the freshly-crowned La Liga champions the form team in Europe (alongside Bayern Munich) since the resumption of domestic action. Guardiola will be focused on shoring up a defence which has been guilty of costly errors on several occasions this season.

With Sergio Aguero’s ruled out of participation this Friday due to a knee injury, the pressure will be on Gabriel Jesus to deliver the goods at 10/11 (1.91) and see his side past the Spanish champions.

Real Madrid

Almost five months have passed since this fixture was initially due to take place; the Real Madrid team that visits the Etihad now is a different proposition to that from the first leg.

A disappointing 2-1 loss at home, which also saw the red card dismissal of their talismanic captain Sergio Ramos, haunts fans of Los Blancos. However, hope remains in the form of Karim Benzema and Thibaut Courtois who have both been vital in Real Madrid’s post-lockdown resurgence, leading their team from the back and front respectively.

Real Madrid will head into their fixture with the weight of their prestigious Champions League history heavy upon their shoulders. With their players knowing exactly what is expected when they put on the white shirt and represent Los Blancos, anything but a win for Zidane’s team will be deemed unacceptable.

MANCHESTER CITY VS REAL MADRID: CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BETTING ODDS

As the home team, Manchester City are favourites, at 5/7 (1.71), to go on and win, with Real Madrid’s chances measured at 67/20 (4.35).


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