CS2 betting predictions
by Ciaran Jackman in
eSport Betting Predictions

The CS2 Asia Championships will head into the playoff stage this weekend, with two quarter-finals taking place on Saturday afternoon. Below you will find our preview and best bets for the Lynn Vision vs MOUZ and ENCE vs Ninjas in Pyjamas series, with odds courtesy of the best esports betting sites.


Best Odds: LV +800 at BetOnline | MOUZ -2500 at BetOnline
When: November 11, 2023 | 12:00 CST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/pgl)

Lynn Vision will enter the first quarter-final as massive outsiders when they take on the world number two MOUZ on Saturday afternoon. After losing to Astralis (4-13) in their opening series, they would go on to beat their Chinese counterparts, TYLOO (2-1), in the lower-bracket final to qualify for the quarters.

MOUZ couldn’t have started their tournament in any better fashion, as they destroyed Wings Up 13-2 in their best-of-one match before advancing to the upper-bracket final to take on FaZe Clan. After the recent rank changes in the world rankings, the series between FaZe and MOUZ would mean that the top two teams in the world would face each other early in the event. Although MOUZ took the opening map of the series, they would lose the next two in similar fashion by throwing away a first-half lead and ultimately lose the series 1-2.

It is hard to see Lynn Vision making this series a close one, so it’s easy to see why MOUZ are unbackable favourites. MOUZ should be winning this series, and they should be winning it easily.

MOUZ -12.5 rounds line



Best Odds: ENCE -151.52 at BetOnline | NiP +110 at BetOnline
When: November 11, 2023 | 15:00 CST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/pgl)

ENCE began their CS2 Asia Championships with a strong, but not dominant, win over TYLOO in the opening round before facing Astralis in the upper-bracket final. The international squad, which is ranked fourth in the world, was expected to take out Group A and qualify for the semi-finals; however, Astralis had other ideas. Astralis destroyed ENCE on Overpass (2–13), but ENCE would come back and take Vertigo (13–10) to send the series to Ancient. Unfortunately for ENCE fans, the third map would be much like the first, as Astralis would close out the series with a dominant 13-2 score line.

Ninjas in Pyjamas were dealt the toughest clash of the opening round, where they had to play the world number one FaZe Clan, and the matchup did not disappoint. After the two couldn’t be split after 24 rounds, the match went to numerous overtimes before FaZe finally took the series (28-25) after 53 rounds were played. Fortunately, Nip’s lower-bracket final was much more of a straight-forward task, as they dominated their series with Wings Up (2-0), claiming both maps with a 13-6 score line to qualify for the quarter-finals.

ENCE and Ninjas in Pyjamas are yet to face each other in an official CS2 series, but considering the level that both of them are playing at in China, we expect to see all three maps in this quarter-final.

Over 2.5 total maps


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