Roobet Cup betting
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The Roobet Cup is back with its 2023 edition, announcing the first eight of sixteen teams that will vie for the title and a share of the $250,000 prize pool.

BIG, last year’s champions who triumphed over FaZe Clan, are returning to defend the Roobet Cup title between October 25 and November 2.

With the proposed competition dates, there is speculation that the Roobet Cup 2023 might be one of the first tournaments to feature the highly anticipated Counter-Strike 2.

The initial teams to compete include esports heavyweights like Astralis, who have been turning heads recently with their revamped lineup. Ninjas in Pyjamas, FURIA, BIG,, 9INE, Fnatic, and 9z Team round out the initial eight.

Of particular note is, a team that, despite being somewhat low-key in recent major tournaments, continues to showcase a strong performance, largely attributed to Jame’s distinct play-style.

The current Roobet Cup lineup boasts a balanced combination of Tier 1 and Tier 2 teams, ensuring a competitive landscape for the tournament. The esports community eagerly anticipates the announcement of the remaining eight teams, with many hoping to see top-tier teams like Vitality, Heroic, or ENCE joining the fray. Such an addition would solidify Roobet Cup 2023’s status as a must-watch event in the esports calendar.

Regarding the competition’s structure, the Roobet Cup 2023 will stick to its tried-and-tested format from the previous year. The 16 participating teams will be divided into four groups, each comprising four teams.

In this round-robin setup, a 2:0 win will advance a team, while a 0:2 result will send a team packing. Teams with a 1:1 score will face off in a decider, with two teams from each group advancing to the next stage.

With the Roobet Cup line-up half-revealed and the competition format set, fans are eagerly awaiting further announcements.

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