CS:GO esports betting tips
by Jur Dava in
eSport Betting Predictions

After hitting three of our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting picks for Wednesday, Esportbet returns with another set of CS:GO predictions for Elisa Invitational Summer 2021. Here are our best bets and top odds for FURIA Esports vs 777 Esports and ENCE vs Endpoint in the quarter finals.


FURIA ESPORTS vs 777 ESPORTS CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

LoL Betting Odds: FURIA -833.33 at BetOnline | 777 +450 at BetOnline
When: July 3, 2021 at 17:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/elisaesports)


777 Esports finished Elisa Invitational 2021 Summer Main Swiss Stage with an excellent 3-1 record, which includes wins against HAVU Gaming (2-1), SKADE (2-0), and Team Fiend (2-1). They carried over their momentum into the first round of the playoffs, where they reverse-swept HAVU (2-1).

It’s quite impressive how far 777 Esports have come as a team no one expected to even make it out of the first stage of the competition. So now the question is: what can they do against world no.13 FURIA Esports?

FURIA are clearly a much more talented bunch of players, but it’s not worth backing the Brazilians at this price. Not only are 777 in excellent form, but it’s also fair to say that FURIA likely won’t put in too much work for a match against a team that is ranked outside of the top-70 in the world.

777 have done well enough to believe they might steal a map, however, this is not a game where you would bet on the outsiders to win.

777 Esports +1.5 maps

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ENCE vs ENDPOINT CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

LoL Betting Odds: ENCE -238.1 at BetOnline | Endpoint +171 at BetOnline
When: July 3, 2021 at 20:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/elisaesports)


ENCE have been playing well of late, but so have Endpoint. These two teams also share the same characteristic as they tend to perform best when their star players step up.

ENCE and Endpoint last met just under two weeks ago, when ENCE won 2-1. Endpoint took the series lead, but they completely fell apart and lost 1-16 on Vertigo and 11-16 on Dust II.

Lotan “Spinx” Giladi was the main actor in ENCE’s commanding reverse-sweep on the day, averaging 1.81 and 1.61 on the final two maps respectively and 1.48 across the series. If the Israeli CS:GO pro can step up again, ENCE should win with ease, but he wasn’t very consistent over the year, and it’s not like Endpoint lack individual talent.

This should be another close affair, and while we expect ENCE to win, we don’t believe this bout will end in a clean sweep.

Over 2.5 maps

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