While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has sports fans across the globe down in the dumps, there’s still a bunch of fun-filled betting action that you can get in on thanks to the blossoming world of esports. With that thought in mind and LOOT.BET season six moving right along, let’s find out where the best value lies for Counter Strike betting buffs everywhere.
Counter Strike LOOT.BET Season 6 Apr 15 Matches
Format Regular Season:
- 16 Team Swiss System Format
- All matches are
- Top 8 Teams proceed to the Playoffs
- Bottom 8 Teams are eliminated
- Click here for a detailed explanation of the Swiss System format
- Double-Elimination bracket
- All matches are Bo3
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Gambit Youngsters vs. EndPoint
Gambit Youngsters has managed to win just two of their last five matches, but come into this affair riding a two-match losing streak after falling to forZe 2-0 on April 10 and then losing to Virtus Pro 2-1 later that same day. Gambit is sitting in a six-way tie for seventh place in Group A at 1-1.
EndPoint has won three of their last five matches and come into this matchup riding a two-match winning streak that includes a 2-0 win over OFFSET on Monday, followed up by a 2-1 win over Vexed later that day. EndPoint is also tied for seventh place in Group A at 1-1.
While the Gambit Youngsters are the favorite in this affair, I like EndPoint for the big upset, seeing as how these two rivals have identical records, but EndPoint is playing much better coming into this one. I love the value that the underdog is offering in this affair, so I say go with EndPoint to get it done.
Pick: EndPoint 2-1
Team Secret vs. Illuminar
Team Secret has won four of their last five, but they had their four-match winning streak snapped in their narrow 2-1 loss to Winstrike on April 10. Team Secret is sitting in a six-way tie for seventh place in Group A at 1-1.
Illuminar has lost four of their last five matches including a 1-0 loss to Reason in their ESEA MDL Season 33 showdown on Monday. Like their opponents in this affair, Illuminar is tied for seventh place in Group A at 1-1.
It’s easy to see why Team Secret is the big favorite in this affair with these two rivals sporting polar opposite records over their last five matches. Despite the fact that these two have identical 1-1 records at the moment, Team Secret is clearly the more cohesive team and their recent play tells me they’ll be fired up to get back in the win column after taking a big loss the last time out. Keep it simple and back the favorite in this one!
Pick: Team Secret 2-1