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ESB’s free League of Legends betting tips for Saturday, July 8, focus on a pair of LoL Champion Korea (LCK) 2023 Summer bouts. Here are our selections for T1 vs Gen.G and Nongshim RedForce vs Liiv SANDBOX, with esports odds courtesy of best esports betting sites.


Best Odds: T1 +407 at BetOnline | Gen.G -666.67 at BetOnline
When: July 8, 2023 | 15:00 KST
Watch Live: Lolesports, Twitch

Ahead of LoL Champions Korea (LCK) 2023 Summer Week 5, T1 announced that its star player Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok would take an indefinite break from competing due to an arm injury, which came at an unfortunate time. T1 were struggling even with Faker on the roster and hit a new low on Wednesday with a rough 0-2 defeat against DRX.

It’s important to note that Faker’s substitute Yoon “Poby” Sung-won wasn’t the issue. The defeat was a joint effort from all five players, and Faker’s absence only exacerbated the problems T1 have been struggling with.

T1 are in the worst spot they’ve been this entire year, ahead of a crucial match against Gen.G, and as the latest LoL betting odds suggest, this should be a one-sided game. Gen.G, are the only undefeated team in the LCK after nine rounds of play and based on what they’ve shown recently, they’re a class above any other team in the league.

Gen.G are due to a slip-up, but we don’t expect it to happen here since Gen.G have to increase the gap between them and their biggest rivals for the LCK crown.

Gen.G to win 2-0 is a solid choice, and we’re adding under 22.5 kills on both maps.

Gen.G -1.5 Maps



Best Odds: NS +200 at BetOnline | LSB -277.78 at BetOnline
When: July 8, 2023 | 17:30 KST
Watch Live: Lolesports, Twitch

Nongshim RedForce lost against Hanwha Life Esports (0-2) on Thursday, extending their losing streak to eight games. RedForce haven’t won a game since the second round of the split against OKSavingsBank BRION (2-1), and with just over four weeks left to play, they need to start winning if they wish to make the playoffs.

Liiv SANDBOX are in a very similar position, with just two wins (2-7) on the split and four consecutive losses ahead of Saturday’s match. And even though Liiv SANDBOX haven’t shown anything this split, they’re still considered a good team by the market.

This is a highly volatile team regarding the number of kills they see in their games. Most recently, Liiv SANDBOX saw 20 and 29 kills against Gen.G but 54 and 13 against Kwangdong Freecs in the previous round. So while taking over total kills would make sense in games like this, it doesn’t if Liiv SANDBOX are involved.

This is one of the games where you have to take the underdogs. Liiv SANDBOX and Nongshim RedForce are both bottom-tier teams, so if anything, this is a 50-50 match.

Nongshim RedForce to win


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