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North America esports news

Spacestation Gaming to face DarkZero Esports at Six November 2020 Major

As the Six November 2020 Major in North America gets underway, Rainbow Six teams are beginning to prepare for their next matchup. One highly anticipated game sees DarkZero Esports face Spacestation Gaming on the 13th of November.

Both American teams have a long track record, already meeting each other nine times before this fixture. Although Spacestation Gaming have won three of the last five encounters, Rainbow Six betting sees DarkZero Esports as the clear favorites.

DarkZero Esports have not lost a match in their last five games, most recently defeating Oxygen in the US division for the NAL S1. In comparison, Spacestation Gaming have only won three of their previous five fixtures. The American squad lost their last match to TSM in August, and the side will hope to find their form once again, shaking off the defeat.

Asia esports news

Upcoming Dota 2 Match Sees IO Take on Phoenix Gaming

So far, the matches in the PWL Dota 2 tournament haven’t disappointed fans, and the fixture between IO and Phoenix Gaming is a matchup expected to continue the trend. The game takes place on the 6th of November, where the two Asian organizations will battle it out.

According to most Dota 2 betting sites, Phoenix Gaming are the stronger side, making them the match’s favorites. The Chinese squad holds onto the second-place in the competition, only one point off the group leaders, For The Dream. Phoenix has drawn two of their games in the tournament, winning the other.

In comparison, IO have played three games and are yet to win, drawing twice and losing once. The Malaysian organization must go on the offensive if they hope to compete in this year’s PWL tournament, or they risk being written off by bettors and bookmakers alike.

Africa esports news

rAge Digital Edition Fortnite Solos Cup Set to Start This Weekend

Fortnite professionals and amateurs from Sub-Saharan African countries are preparing for the upcoming rAge Digital Fortnite Solos Cup set to begin on the 7th of November. The competition follows a best-of-one format with a 1v1 structure.

Currently, the tournament has over 80 entries hoping to get their hands on the R2,000 prize pool. The first competitor to win seven rounds in a battle will claim the match, moving onto the next bracket. Players must also capture video proof of their victories in order to claim any winnings.

Europe esports news

Inside Games To Lock Horns With Cyber Gaming at Hitpoint Masters Winter League

The League of Legends fixture between Cyber Gaming and Inside Games takes place on the 7th of November. The two European sides have no history between them, forcing punters to take their recent form into account without any other stats, making betting on this one quite difficult.

Currently, most League of Legends betting sites view Inside Games as the favorites to win, although betting on this one is not as simple as it might seem. Inside Games have managed to win five matches, but they have also lost three times, showing that they are in no way invincible.

Cyber Gaming meanwhile have struggled this year, winning four and losing four. The Russian organization have the ability to defeat Inside Games, although they’ll need to improve their communication and assist one another in the mid to late parts of the fixture.

South America esports news

Australs Prepare to Face Estral Esports at Valorant Versus Tournament

The Chilean esports organization Australs have begun preparations for their Valorant Versus duel with Estral Esports. The fixture is scheduled to take place on the 7th of November, when the two teams will meet for the first time.

Australs are yet to play in a formal tournament this year, giving Valorant betting sites minimal information to go on as far as current form goes. Estral Esports, on the other hand, have won their last two Valorant games, making them the favorites for this match.

One could argue that Estral are one of the leading contenders in the competition. The squad from Mexico have their eyes firmly placed on winning and getting a large share of the $30,000 prize pool.

Oceania esports news

Renegades Hope to Maintain Unbeaten Run in CS: GO

Renegades have gone unbeaten in their last four Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fixtures. The Australian esports team have shown no signs of slowing down, going into their next IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Oceania match full of confidence.

The CS: GO squad take on fellow Australian organization Vertex ESC on the 14th of November. Australian esports betting sites believe Renegades will take the victory and so are generally offering odds of -333.33 for the favorites.

Vertex are by no means a pushover though, winning three of their previous five games. The club recently lost 2-1 to ORDER in the MDL. The group’s strengths lie on both the Dust2 and Vertigo maps, where they hold 75% win rates.

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