Fluxo Demons vs NAVI Javelins Betting Tips & Analysis

Published: Dec 9, 2023

The second ESL Impact League Season 4 playoff game is a Brazilian-Polish matchup, as Fluxo Demons take on NAVI Javelins for a spot in the Grand Final.

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CS2 odds used in this article were provided by one of the best CS2 betting sites, Pinnacle.

Fluxo Demons

Despite statistically being only the second-best team in Brazil, Fluxo Demons have already outperformed fellow teams from the Americas region by being the sole non-European squad that managed to advance to the playoffs. Having performed so well in the tournament thus far, the Brazilians will be eager to take it all the way.

On top of that, Fluxo Demons did the unthinkable and delivered Nigma Galaxy their first ESL Impact League loss in the history of the competition. Completing such a feat is bound to make your confidence level go through the roof.

It is evident that NAVI Javelins are not at the peak of their powers. To get out of the group stage, the Polish roster had to best a solid FURIA fe squad, which they did after closing out a hard-fought three-map series. The team was put in that position due to the result of their game with 9 Pandas, where they suffered a devastating 3-13 defeat.

Nevertheless, NAVI Javelins is still regarded as one of the best women’s teams in all of Counter-Strike and one bad result shouldn’t change that. They are certainly aiming to be holding the ESL Impact League Season 4 Finals trophy tomorrow afternoon.

Fluxo Demons vs NAVI Javelins Betting Tips & Analysis
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Fluxo Demons vs NAVI Javelins Odds & Prediction

Pinnacle Esports favour NAVI Javelins to best Fluxo Demons and claim the second Grand Final spot in Valencia. There’s no doubt that it’s going to be a hard-fought and fiery game.

Odds are correct at the time of publication and subject to change. 

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Bruno Sobieraj

Since: September 16, 2023

My name is Bruno and my love for Counter-Strike was sparked when the Polish Virtus.pro was plowing through opponents from 2014 to 2018. Since then, I’ve been dreaming of working in esports and here I am.

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