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eSport Betting Predictions

ESB’s free Dota 2 esports betting predictions for Tuesday, March 15, focus on a pair of Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) China 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I bouts. Here are our picks for Team Aster vs LBZS and PSG.LGD vs Vici Gaming, with top odds courtesy of the leading esports betting sites.

Team Aster vs LBZS DPC China Tour 2 Division I Betting Match Details

Dota 2 Betting Odds: Team Aster -833.33 at BetOnline | PACT +483 at BetOnline
When: March 15, 2022 | 15:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (

Team Aster were seriously impressive at the start of the season and should be strong candidates for a top-three finish in the DPC Spring Tour. Du “Monet” Peng and his crew placed second in the Winter Tour regular season and third in the playoffs, which is a solid testament to Aster’s quality. Moreover, they claimed bronze at OGA Dota PIT Season 6: China at the end of February.

Their next opponents, LBZS could only manage sixth in the first DPC Tour of the season and have recently crashed out from a Tier-3 tournament, Oceanic Esports Dota Championships, with an abysmal 0-7-2 record. Admittedly, LBZS likely didn’t care too much about the Oceanic Esports Dota Championships, but that’s hardly a good excuse for their horrendous showing.

LBZS field enough talent to compete with the likes of Team Aster, but based on their recent showings, it’s very tough to make a case for them. Team Aster to get it done in two maps at -181.82 is the only bet you can make and feel good about it.

Team Aster -1.5 maps


PSG.LGD vs Vici Gaming DPC China Tour 2 Division I Betting Match Details

Dota 2 Betting Odds: PSG.LGD -434.78 at BetOnline | Vici Gaming +298at BetOnline
When: March 15, 2022 | 18:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (

PSG.LGD won the regular season and the playoffs of the DPC Winter Tour without any issues, proving that they’re still the strongest team in the region. Unfortunately, they could only manage a top-six finish at OGA Dota PIT Season 6: China at the end of February; however, that tournament was clearly of no interest for China’s top Dota 2 teams, so we wouldn’t overreact to their placement.

Vici Gaming drew the short end of the straw during the post-TI roster shuffle when they lost most of the talent, which made them one of the top teams in the world last season. Of course, we wouldn’t say that Vici are entirely void of star players, but their results this season tell another story.

Vici last met with PSG.LGD in January, when they lost 0-2 and considering Vici Gaming have not improved one bit since, it’s only fair to expect another clean sweep victory for The International 10 finalists.

PSG.LGD -1.5 maps


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