Five CS:GO Bets you shouldn’t miss this weekend

Published: Sep 4, 2020 - Last Updated: Apr 8, 2024

This upcoming weekend is all about the ESL Pro League as the top tier CSGO competition. What people fail to realize, however, is that there are plenty of Tier2 and Tier3 events happening at the same time, offering massive betting opportunities.

We took the time to track down all the matches and analyze which markets are open for bettors. Furthermore, we looked at the best combination of accumulator bets you can place to have a solid payout by the end of the weekend.

Event Selection

Several B and C tier events are going on at the moment. We took our selection from four different events where most match outcomes won’t be determined by map picks or format but by the merits of the squads themselves.

Two of our five matches are from the Legend Series Season 6 organized by It is the premier B-tier event for teams that didn’t quite make it into the ESL Pro League. We have one matchup from the LOOT.Bet Season 7 and two opportunities to bet on niche markets like the Perfect World Oceania League 2020 Fall an RMR event and Gaming Culture International Convergence a fully female-only CS:GO event.

All of the markets are available at several CSGO bookmakers and for our betslip we chose

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(All predicted match winners are marked with bold)

The Legends Series 6

The Legends Series 6 continues where the Eden Arena Malta Vibes events left off this summer. Our selection features the two matches from Group D between mibr and Copenhagen Flames and Singularity vs Nemiga. In both matches, the clear favorites are already known, as they are the teams to likely advance out of the groups.

We are aware that mibr has a bad track record in bo1 series, especially this season, but they are still the favorites in their matchup versus CF.

1. MAKE A BET: 06 September, 17:00 Singularity vs Nemiga @ 1.36

2. MAKE A BET: 06 September, 19:30 MIBR vs Copenhagen Flames @ 1.31

Perfect World Oceania League

The best Oceanic teams are all present at the Perfect World Oceania League. Since this is an RMR event awarding points towards ESL One Rio 2020, the best Oceanic teams are present. Among all the OCE powerhouses like Renegades, Order and Chiefs are two qualifier teams that are fighting for survival at the event.

Both teams have not met in an official match, and it’s hard for providers to create good odds. This gives a great opportunity for betting as we have analyzed who the better of the two teams is in-depth.

3. MAKE A BET: 05 September, 05:00 Mako vs Downfall @ 1.87

Gaming Culture International Convergence

Next up, we have the female-only clash at the Gaming Culture International Convergence. FURIA’s female roster are the clear favorites and should have no issue disposing of team Soberano. There isn’t much analysis that can be done here.

4. MAKE A BET: 06 September, 20:00 FURIA fe vs Soberano Team Fe @ 1.31

LOOTBET Season 7

Finally, LOOTBET Season 7 takes the other half of the Malta Vibes rosters and pits them against one another. There are several matches we could select here but we went with the one that will provide the most bang for your buck.

The match between aTTaX and Apeks favors the home team in odds but not in strength. Apeks has had way more matches lately and with decent results. ALTERNATE aTTaX has had a peaceful summer and on top of that whenever they played it ended up with a big L. Therefore, it’s no stretch to see where this is going.

5. MAKE A BET: 07 September, 15:55 ALTERNATE aTTaX vs Apeks @ 2.27

This final match is also ideal for bulkier singles bets if you wish to place them. If you decide to place all these predictions in an accumulator your combined odds would rack up to a coefficient of 9.91 at GG.Bet.

Do keep in mind that this is just an additional selection, as the main CS predictions are for the ESL Pro League Season 12.

Editorial credit: Roman Kosolapov /
Filip Kicurovski

Since: November 6, 2019

Filip is a former competitive athlete in Counter-Strike 1.6, and an esports researcher at the Central China Normal University, based in Wuhan. Filip is a wealth of knowledge about all facets of the esports ecosystem.

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