DreamHack Anaheim 2020: Favorites and Where to Find the Best Odds

Published: Feb 18, 2020 - Last Updated: Oct 13, 2021

DreamHack Anaheim is an upcoming DreamHack Esports event scheduled to take place in Anaheim, USA between February 21st – 23rd.

The tournament brings together eight teams and has a prize pool of $100,000.

Most importantly, it provides a significant number of CSGO betting opportunities for those who like to bet on esports. And because of this, you should be informed with regards to the favorites and the best CSGO odds.

DreamHack Anaheim 2020 Competitors

DreamHack Anaheim features the following teams:

These teams will be divided into two groups.

Group A

Group B

In Group A, the 2020 favorites will definitely be North and FURIA. In particular, North went through a roster change recently and that should, in principle, boost their overall strength. It’s true, such moves tend to lead to poor team play in the short run, but given the names involved, I do believe that the Danes will be advantaged by the change. The player that got replaced was JUGi and his replacement is MSL, a pretty famous IGL.

In Group B, ENCE and MIBR should have a huge advantage over Complexity Gaming and Gen.G.

Both teams are world-class competitors and have tremendous experience at the highest competitive level. And while it may be true that they haven’t had stellar results this year, the fact that they still operate with their good old rosters is a clear indicator of strength.

Potentially, they could have a fabulous run. And there’s no real reason why they shouldn’t, given the lower level of competition.

When ENCE and MIBR screw up at an event, it’s usually against the likes of Liquid, Astralis and FaZe. And those teams are light years ahead of Complexity and Gen.G Esports.

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DreamHack Anaheim 2020 Favorites

DreamHack Anaheim has three big favorites: North, ENCE, and MIBR. One of these teams will almost certainly win the event and the $50,000 prize reserved for the champion.

Based on everything we’ve seen lately, ENCE is probably the safest bet, even though North might surprise everyone with their new IGL.

Keep in mind that MSL used to play for them a few years ago, and under his leadership, the team was much stronger than it ended up being after his departure. Now, with his return, they might get back to being a world-class competitor.

DreamHack Anaheim 2020 Betting Odds

If you’re interested in DreamHack Anaheim betting odds for 2020, just check Betway Esports. They’ve already listed the odds for the first four games. And their assessment of the situation is slightly different from what I think is the reality on the ground. They view MIBR as an underdog, and ENCE as a much weaker squad than it really is. As a result, the odds are more than generous.

See for yourself:

Betway Esports

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