The International Group Stage Phase 2 Betting: Odds & Predictions

Published: Oct 14, 2023 - Last Updated: Nov 1, 2023

Following a thrilling Phase One, we’re ready to discuss the next stage in The International Group Stage betting. On this page, find matches previews and predictions for the following matches in Phase 2 of the Group Stage.

We’ll be checking out odds as made available by Thunderpick – learn more about this cryptocurrency betting site via our Thunderpick review.

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TSM vs

The International Group Stage Phase 2 Betting Preview & Odds
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So far at The International, TSM has performed rather surprisingly in their Dota 2 TI schedule of matches, managing to secure a second-place finish in Group D. Nobody expected this from an NA team apart from Shopify Rebellion.

On the other hand, are yet to win a series yet, managing to squeak by with three draws in Group C.

Considering their performances at the event so far, TSM are favoured to edge out here.

BetBoom Team vs 9Pandas

Prior to TI, BetBoom Team were peaking at the right time thanks to a strong performance at DreamLeague Season 21.

Moreover, they carried that performance to finish second in Group B and look favoured in the Dota 2 TI brackets.

Meanwhile, although 9Pandas have consistently competed internationally as a top EEU team, their poor form in the past month is hard to ignore.

Accordingly, BetBoom will likely win this with confidence.

Entity vs Azure Ray

The International Group Stage Phase 2 Betting Preview & Odds

Dota TI esports betting sites are having a tough time picking a winner between the Dota 2 TI teams of Entity and Azure Ray.

That’s because both Entity and Azure Ray performed identically in Phase One, with a 1-2-1 record.

At this point, the odds are even between the teams. If we had to pick one, we’d have to side with Entity thanks to their recent 5-6th finish at DreamLeague Season 21.

Meanwhile, Azure Ray don’t have much experience to show for in this tight match.

Gaimin Gladiators vs Talon Esports

There were doubts over Gaimin Gladiators at this event – would they remain dominant on the TI standings?

Over in Group C, they managed to place second, with a surprising loss to LGD Gaming.

However, they look strong enough to be favoured against Talon Esports. All season long and at this event, Gaimin Gladiators is favoured in this match-up.

The International Group Stage – Format

the internatinal dota 2 patch Image credit: The International via TwitterThe International Group Stage Phase 2 Betting Preview & Odds
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Following an electric Group Stage Phase One, the top 4 teams from each Group have earned their spot in Group Stage Phase Two.

So far, four teams have been eliminated after placing fifth in their groups – Team SMG, Thunder Awaken and PSG Quest.

Seeding into Phase Two involves the top two teams in each group matched with opponents from the 3rd/4th placed teams from the opposing group.

Bearing this in mind, here’s a look at the Phase Two Matches incoming together with some TI12 odds:

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Each BO3 match will determine the main bracket placement.

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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