North America esports news
Team Zero Beat Infamous For Another Shot At Quincy Crew In DOTA Summit 13
The grand final of the DOTA Summit 13 Online Americas are all set. After falling victim to Quincy Crew in the upper bracket finals, Team Zero were relegated to the loser’s bracket. There, they overcame Infamous 2-1 to claim the match.
Infamous won the first game, but Team Zero came from behind to win two back-to-back games and take the match. It’s been quite a competition for Dota 2 betting favorite Team Zero. Now, they’re hoping to have another shot at Quincy Crew in the grand final.
Quincy Crew originally beat Team Zero 2-1 to move on to the finals. They have also enjoyed a pretty spectacular run throughout the tournament, topping their group and the winners’ bracket the entire time. This should help raise the team’s profile with DOTA fans.
Asia esports news
MultiCircle Gaming Leading PUBG Continental Series 3: Asia
The PUBG Continental Series 3: Asia is underway, and teams have already completed their eighth round of play. This high-level competition brings the finest players Asia has to offer, and considerable interest from PUBG betting sites.
Leading the 16-team field after eight rounds is MultiCircle Gaming. The Chinese team is having a wonderful year, finishing the PUBG Champions League 2020: Fall in second place. They’re quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with for PUBG betting fans.
MCG leads both the overall rankings (with 80 points) and the Round 8 results (with 12 kills). OGN Entus and Tianba trail close behind, with 71 and 70 points respectively.
Africa esports news
PUBG Nigeria Unveils New Tournament
PUBG Mobile Nigeria has announced a new LAN esports tournament for the region. The event is being organized by the League of Extraordinary Gamers and sponsored by the Embassy of France. The Legendary Legends Extraordinary Club Open is currently open for registrations.
Players will be competing for N300,000 in prizes and registration is only available to players based in Lagos, Nigeria. Games will take place in the Mike Adenuga Centre, in Ekoyi, Lagos, but the structure of the tournament hasn’t been revealed yet.
PUBG betting fans may struggle to find the event online, as it will be entirely local. It’s expected to be streamed live, though, so African betting sites might offer markets for it.
Europe esports news
Flashpoint Season 2 Set To Start In Europe
We’re two days away from one of Europe’s highest-level CS:GO tournaments. The Flashpoint series, organized by FACEIT and sponsored by Pinnacle Esports, will begin on November 10th. More than $1,000,000 in cash prizes are up for grabs.
The tournament will feature three double-elimination groups, with four teams in each. The top two teams in every group will move on to the playoffs, while all3rd place teams and the best 4th place team will move on to a special Last Chance Stage. The best two teams move on to the playoffs.
Participating teams include CS:GO betting favorites like Fnatic, Gen.G and OG Esports. European betting sites are also keeping an eye on Closed Qualifier teams like Virtus.pro and forZe.
South America esports news
Infamous Topping Movistar Liga Pro Gaming Season 6
Live Media and Movistar’s Liga Pro Gaming is wrapping up its sixth season. With less than a week left in the competition, only one matchday remains before the playoffs. As things stand, two teams are dominating the event: Peru-based Infamous, and Bolivia-based Omega Gaming.
Both teams are tied exactly, with scores of 3-4-0 and 10-4 point differences. The Peruvian Team Unknown isn’t too far behind, with 3-3-0 and 9-3. Team Brasil, an early favorite for many South American betting sites, are surprisingly trailing behind in 4th with 2-4-1 and 8-6.
Tomorrow, Team Unknown, Midas Club and Thunder Predator will play their final matches before the playoffs. Thunder Predator are looking to unseat DOTA betting favorite Team Brasil from the top four, but they will have to beat both Team Unknown and Midas Club to pull it off.
Oceania esports news
L’Oréal Men Expert Invitational Day Two Results
The L’Oréal Men Expert Invitational is moving on at a rapid pace. The three-day tournament, which kicked off on November 6th, has finished its second matchday. In the upper bracket final, Valorant betting favorite EXO Clan managed to dominate ORDER 2-1.
ORDER took the first game, played in Split, but EXO won in Bind and Ascent. Relegated to the lower bracket, ORDER faced Notick. The latter team were fresh off their victory against RipNTear in the first round of the lower bracket.
ORDER were unfazed, though, and quickly dispatched Notick 2-0, playing in Ascent and Haven. Australian esports betting sites are now taking a closer look at the team ahead of the grand final.