DPC EEU Tour 2 Division II Odds: Teams, Odds & Predictions

Published: Apr 3, 2023

Heading into the upcoming Berlin Major, we have a number of regional tournaments to look forward to. Accordingly, we’ve gathered all of the details you need to know prior to placing bets on the upcoming DPC EEU Tour 2 Division II matches!

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DPC EEU Tour 2 Division II Betting Preview

Kicking off on 4th April, the DPC EEU Tour 2 Division II event will run up until 25th April.

For those unaware, the Dota Pro Circuit this year is split into Tours, which relate to how deep we are in the season, and Divisions which relate to the skill level.

Moreover, the top 8 European Tier 2 Dota 2 teams will be competing for the prize pool of $75,000 together with two available seeds to promote to Division 1.

In order to sort out the competition, Valve has decided to roll with a single round robin format. Specifically, all 8 teams will face one another once, with BO3 matches taking place online.

With so much competition to look forward to at this top Dota 2 tournament, we’ve hanpicked a couple of matches to look forward to kicking off in the coming days as scheduled:

4th April 2023

In order to preview these matches, we’ve gather some great Dota betting odds thanks to GG.Bet. As one of the top esports betting platforms, as described in our GG.Bet review, there’s no better place to get started.

DPC EEU Tour 2 Division II – Odds and Predictions

Team Sexy vs cybercats

Kicking things off, we have an exciting match up which is rather tough to predict. Moreover, we have a Closed Qualifier team, so-called ‘Team Sexy’ who look to stack up well against cybercats.

Specifically, cybercats competed in the last Tour, placing 5th in a respectable fashion. However, Team Sexy have been more impressive recently and hence, the Dota betting odds.are in their favour!

DPC EEU Tour 2
Image Credits: Valve


Formerly known as RISE ESPORTS, the same team is back now under the name of NO SORRY. Finishing high enough tobarely avoid relegation, NO SORRY have competed in Division II competition in the past, with relative success.

On the other hand, competing at the very same event, Sigma.YNT barely missed out on being promoted to Division I last Tour, placing 3rd overall.

In the past, these teams have competed and have done so rather closely, which is why the odds are rather tight. Moreover, Sigma.YNT is favoured here compared to NO SORRY  in our Dota 2 predictions,- can they keep it clean?

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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