Bet on the Dota 2 The International and League of Legends Worlds Semifinals this WeekendPublished October 28, 2022 by Florin P
The Dota 2 The International and League of Legends Worlds semifinals pit the best MOBA teams in the world against each other for huge payouts
Esports fans have a magical weekend ahead, as the two best-paying tournaments in the world approach their conclusion. The Dota 2 The International and League of Legends Worlds semifinals are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, with eight of the best teams in the world competing for huge prizes. Football fans have a couple of exciting games to bet on in the top European football leagues as well. You can bet on all these exciting matches at 1xBet and bet365 sports to enjoy competitive odds.
Team Secret and Tundra Esports Play Coinflip Final
Team Secret and Tundra Esports won 5 consecutive games and will play the winner’s bracket final on Saturday. The match looks like the perfect coin flip with each team getting odds of 9/10 to win at bet365 sports. They have alternated victories and defeats in head-to-head matches, but Tundra Esports emerged victoriously in the most recent game played in mid-October.
Team Liquid and Aster Have a Second Chance at the TI
Team Liquid and Aster played the loser’s bracket final after already losing a decisive match at the International. Both are experienced teams, with distinguished track records, so the series could go either way. Aster seems to be the team in slightly better form and dominated the series against PSG, but bet365 sports still offers the same odds of 9/10.
JDG and T1 Play the First LoL Worlds Semifinal
JDG is the first seed from China and they prove their quality in the world championship, by dropping a single match. However, they start with a second chance against the second seed from South Korea, as T1 is firing on all cylinders. The two teams have won the quarterfinals in straight games and have excellent late-game synergy. 1xBet offers as of 7/10 on T1 and 11/10 on the Chinese champions. We expect this series to go the distance but in the end, the South Koreans should outshine their opponents.
GenG Starts as a Favorite in the All-Korean Semifinal
GenG was on the verge of suffering a reverse sweep in the semifinals but outplayed their opponents in the final match of the series. Now, they start with the first chance against fellow South Koreans DRX, who made the reverse sweep possible against Edward Gaming. GenG is the better team and dominated the head-to-head matches, hence the odds of 1/4 at 1xBet. We still believe DRX is capable of winning a match, so punters should consider the juicy odds offered on a 3-1 victory for the reigning champions.
The odds mentioned here were accurate at the featured bookmakers at the hour the article was written, respectively, on Thursday, October 27 at 8 A.M. UK time.