North America esports news
Reverse2k, MeroFN and DeyyFN Win the NA East FNCS Trios Championship
In a fantastic display of tactics, the powerhouse trio made up of Reverse2k, MeroFN, and DeyyFN won the North American East Fornite Championship Series tournament this week. The team managed to pull off a commanding victory, finishing the competition on 208 points.
Bizarrely, the group wasn’t able to clinch a single victory royale. Instead, they focused on racking up points for eliminations. Overall, the trio got 72 kills; the rest of their score came from placement points. The three champions take home a well-deserved US $66,000 prize, finishing 24 points ahead of second place.
Asia esports news
Photon Gaming Look to Continue Undefeated Run in Wild Freedom Cup
Chinese organization Photon Gaming are hoping to continue their perfect run in Group B of the Dota 2 Wild Freedom Cup tournament when they take on Execration. The best-of-three fixture is scheduled for November 6, when the two clubs will meet for the third time this year. Photon won the last clash 2-1.
In a surprise turn of events, Dota 2 betting sites view Execration as the favorites to win, with the average odds displayed as -357.14. The Philippines organization currently sit at the bottom of Group B, losing all three matches thus far.
Bettors can take advantage of Photon’s long odds, as the Chinese team have not shown any exploitable weaknesses.
Africa esports news
Overmind To Face Divine Vendetta in Intel Arabian Cup
Although a first-place finish in the Intel Arabian Cup Dota 2 season is unreachable for both Overmind and Divine Vendetta, the teams will be hoping to secure fourth spot overall. One could say that either organization has a chance to emerge victorious in this fixture, given their almost identical stats, and it is proving difficult to split the two in the betting.
Overmind have played 14 games so far, winning nine and losing the other five. The Algerian squad currently have 27 points, a whopping 15 behind the tournament leaders, Fox Gaming. Divine Vendetta have won 10 and lost four matches to sit in fourth, a place above their next opponents.
The fixture marks the end of the season for both teams, so bettors and supporters can expect both sides to leave it all out on the field.
Europe esports news
Cream Real Betis To Meet 7more7 in Round 2 of TFPP Playoffs
In the Trinity Force Puchar Polski playoffs, Spanish side Cream Real Betis and Polish organization 7more7 won their first-round fixtures in the upper bracket last weekend. The two squads now face one another in round two.
Cream Real Betis have won their last four games in the League of Legends competition, most recently against Pirate Sports, winning 2-0. The result saw the Spanish side increase their winning percentage to 56% overall.
7more7 have only one previous fixture behind them, beating fellow Polish squad No Name Esport 2-1. Both clubs will push for a win in this match as neither will want to drop into the lower bracket, as the additional fixtures can put a real strain on the team and their aspirations of winning the competition.
South America esports news
Omega Gaming Play Hokori in Dota 2 Movistar LPG Group Stages
The Movistar LPG group stage continues this week with Bolivian organization Omega Gaming taking on Hokori from Peru. The Dota 2 best-of-two fixture occurs on November 6, with both South American clubs vying for a playoff spot.
South American betting sites view Omega Gaming as the favorites for this match, as they sit in third position in the table with seven points. The Bolivian side have won two fixtures and drawn the others so far. Before they meet Hokori, Omega must play two other matches against Thunder Predator and Unknown.
Hokori have struggled this season, winning only two of their previous six games. The Peruvian squad also have a fixture against TKS before facing Omega. Hokori have a 40% win rate and so will need to improve if they hope to compete for the US $25,000 prize pool.
Oceania esports news
Oceanic Rocket League Teams Prepare for Upcoming ESL Open Qualifiers
Rocket League organizations are beginning to prepare for the upcoming open qualifiers for the ESL Oceanic Championship. The tournament starts on November 7 and runs in a Swiss format where teams of three take each other on in five-minute fixtures.
The competition rules state that at least three of the four members in the squad must hold residency in an Oceanic country. Furthermore, participants must be over the age of 15. The fixtures take place in the virtual DFH Stadium without any bots or mutators allowed in the match.
Teams will compete for the top 24 positions, with the prize being a place in the main tournament’s group stage.