AoV International Championship Wild Card Betting Predictions

Published: Nov 7, 2023 - Last Updated: Nov 8, 2023

Ahead of the Arena of Valor International Championship (Nov. 30 – Dec. 24), the AoV International Championship Wild Card (Nov. 9-12) will see two final seeds qualify for the main event. Find out which teams are competing, the format of the event and predictions for the opening matches.

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Wild Card Participating Teams

If you’re going to be betting on this Arena of Valor event you should know that there’s no cash prize, only a shot at making it to the AoV International Championship as a Wild Card. 

AoV International Championship Wild Card Betting
Image: Garena

The invited teams come from the most competitive AoV leagues in the world:

  • Arena of Glory Winter 2023 – Team Flash, TDT Esports
  • Garena Challenger Series Summer 2023 – ONE Team, Deep Cross Gaming
  • RoV Pro League 2023 Winter – Buriram United Esports, Valencia CF Esports
  • AoV Star League Winter – Kagandra, Lethal Assault Beepro

Wild Card Event Format

A double-elimination bracket with BO3 matches decides the competition.

The Upper Bracket Final, Lower Bracket Semifinal and Final matches are played in BO5.

Opening Matches Schedule

These are the opening matches of the bracket, the Upper Bracket Quarterfinals:

  • Nov. 9 – Kagandra vs Valencia CF (08:00 CET)
  • Nov. 9 – Deep Cross Gaming vs Lethal Assault Beepro (10:00 CET)
  • Nov. 10 – ONE Team vs TDT Esports (08:00 CET)
  • Nov. 10– Buriram United vs Team Flash (10:00 CET)

AoV International Championship Wild Card Betting

In this AoV International Championship Wild Card betting preview, we’ll be referencing odds provided by GG.Bet Esports to take a look at the opening matches.

Kagendra vs Valencia CF

Kicking things off, Kagendra from Indonesia is facing Valencia CF from Thailand. In this opening match, Valencia CF looks to maintain their dominant form against Kagendra from Indonesia, which seems to be a weaker region overall.

Valencia CF are favoured insofar that the esports odds favour them strongly in a match that will likely end in a sweep for the team as outlined in the Arena of Valor odds.

  • Predictions: Kagendra (0-2) Valencia CF
  • Outright Odds: Kagendra Outright Win (+446), Valencia CF Outright Win (-770)
  • Betting Site: GG.Bet

Deep Cross Gaming vs Lethal Assault Beepro

This idea behind Indonesia being a weaker region carries on to our next match, that between Deep Cross Gaming and Lethal Assault Beepro.

Despite Lethal Assault Beepro being one of the top Indonesian teams, this team is not the favorite in this match against the Taiwanese Deep Cross Gaming.

  • Predictions: Deep Cross Gaming (2-0) Lethal Assault Beepro
  • Outright Odds: Deep Cross Gaming Outright Win (-501), Lethal Assault Beepro Outright Win (+328)
  • Betting Site: GG.Bet

ONE Team vs TDT Esports

Another match to look forward to is ONE Team facing TDT Esports.

ONE Team are bringing the thunder from Taiwan, while TDT Esports look to try to hold them off with their Vietnamese talent.

Yet, ONE Team simply looked to be convincing following a dominant season at GCS Summer, making them the favourites in this match as they start their journey trying to fight for the Wildcard spot.

  • Predictions: ONE Team (2-1) TDT Esports
  • Outright Odds: ONE Team Outright Win (-334), TDT Esports Outright Win (+229)
  • Betting Site: GG.Bet
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Gabriel Sciberras

Since: February 7, 2023

Gabriel is a content writer and editor at EsportsBets, covering every related esports scene and topic under the sun, apart from plenty of experience in the realm of technology and gaming. When he's not covering international news, he's focused on the local Maltese scene.

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