RLCS Rocket League betting
by Ciaran Jackman in
eSport Betting Predictions

The Rocket League Championship Series Winter Split Major rolls on this Wednesday, and eSportBet.com has you covered with best bets and top odds for a couple of matches involving two of the standout title contenders.


Best Odds: NRG -500 at BetOnline | FURIA +333 at BetOnline
When: March 23, 2022 | 20:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/rocketleague)

The General NRG are favourites to take out the 2022 RLCS Winter Major, currently sitting at +150 with BetOnline. This team is stacked with talent and includes one of the best Rocket League players of all time in Garrett “GarrettG” Gordon, who at the end of 2021 was ranked number one in the world; and Justin “jstn.” Morales, who was ranked number three in the world. Both of these players have amassed over $400,000 in total prize money throughout their careers. Even though these two players take the spotlight, don’t forget about Mariano “SquishyMuffinz” Arruda, who sits at number two in the world and himself has earned over $400,000 in prize money.

FURIA come in as a +2000 outsider to take out the 2022 RLCS Winter Major. Given the talent on the other side of the pitch for NRG, this FURIA team will find it tough in this contest. FURIA do have a relatively new addition in the form of Yan “yanxnz” Xisto Nolasco, who signed with the team in late 2021, but that will not be enough to make NRG worry about facing them on day one of the RLCS Winter Major. We suggest taking The General NRG at the match line -1.5, currently sitting at -188.68, as NRG will be (and need to be) way too good for a team of FURIA’s standard.

The General NRG -1.5 maps



Best Odds: G2 -250 at BetOnline | EG +175 at BetOnline
When: March 23, 2022 | 21:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/rocketleague)

G2 enter the 2022 RLCS Winter Major coming off of a first-place result in the RLCS 2021-22 Winter NA Regional Event 2, where they beat NRG 4-2 in the final. This team has a lot of talent with Reed “Chicago” Wilen ranked 11th in the world, Jacob “JKnaps” Knapman ranked 14th in the world and the new arrival Massimo “Atomic” Franceschi ranked 13th in the world. The talent that is now on this roster is going to give G2 a massive boost in their first Major together and put them up there with the best of the best in this tournament.

Evil Geniuses enter the Major coming off of a third-placed finish in the RLCS Premier Cup and a fourth-place finish in the RLCS Copa de Rocket League. Evil Geniuses have shown that they can match it with some of the best in world in recent tournaments, but we still believe that G2 will be too strong for them in this encounter. The -111.11 we are getting for G2 at the -1.5 match line is slightly overs, in our opinion, so that’s where the money should be going.

G2 Esports -1.5 maps


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