VCT Americas League Betting Insights: Teams, Odds & Predictions

Published: Mar 28, 2023

As the last region to kick off the new structure for competitive VALORANT, the VCT Americas League starts soon. Specifically, within the next few days, the very best teams in the region will compete for regional dominance across a number of games, each one a betting opportunity. Read on for some essential betting insights below!

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VCT Americas League Betting Insights – Starting Third

Taking place offline at the Riot Games Arena in Los Angeles, Riot Games is inviting the 10 partner teams in the Americas to compete for over a month.

Moreover, the VCT Americas League will be taking place between 1st April and 28th May.

Across these dates, the format involves two stages of competition. Starting with a Regular Season, a single round robin with BO3 will decide the top 6 teams.

Only these top 6 teams will progress to the double-elimination bracket Playoffs, where only the top 3 will advance to Masters and Champions VALORANT tournaments!

In this betting insight article, we’ll be taking a look at a handful of matches which are taking place this weekend to kick things off as schedule below:

April 1st 2023:

April 2nd 2023:

April 3rd 2023

In order to preview each match, we’ve made use of betting odds provided by the likes of GG.Bet. For those unaware, GG.Bet is one of the top names in esports betting platforms, as outlined in our exclusive GG.Bet review!

VCT Americas League – Odds and Predictions

Sentinels vs 100 Thieves

Starting us off is a match which looks to offer some massive viewership. 

Specifically, two of the most popular VALORANT organizations in NA look to go head-to-head. Statistically, 100 Thieves are clear favourites after placing 5-8th while Sentinels lost early at VCT LOCK//IN.

However, both teams lost to Fnatic – perhaps it’ll be closer than expected.

VCT Americas League - 100 Thieves
Image Credits: Riot Games

KRU Esports vs FURIA Esports

Our next match is a South American rivalry which we look to explore as the season progresses. Both suffering early exits at VCT LOCK//IN, FURIA definitely showed off a better performance.

However, depending on the roster KRU Esports decide to roll with, this match could easily shake up the VALORANT odds. Specifically, leaving the likes of ‘keznit’ on the bench at VCT LOCK//IN was a curious decision – will he be back?

Leviatan Esports vs NRG

Our third pick looks to be the most contested match of the weekend. Both Leviatan and NRG cemented themselves as the being part of the 10 best VALORANT teams in the world.

Moreover, each team represents the two competing continents, with NRG favoured thanks to their legendary core-trio on the team.

However, the backbone of Leviatan has proven time and time again, that they are not to be messed with.

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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