VALORANT esports betting
by Jur Dava in
eSport Betting Predictions

ESB returns with free betting picks for two VALORANT Champions Tour 2021 Stage 3 Masters Berlin matches on Tuesday, September 14. Here are our selections for F4Q vs G2 Esports and Crazy Raccoon vs Havan Liberty Gaming.


F4Q vs G2 ESPORTS VALORANT BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

VALORANT Odds: F4Q +331 at BetOnline | G2 -500 at BetOnline
When: September 14, 2021 at 15:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/VALORANT)


F4Q and G2 Esports already met on Friday, September 10, when G2 won (2-1), albeit they did drop the ball on Bind (9-13). Still, the European side secured a fairly commanding victory, dropping no more than eight rounds across the remaining two maps – Ascent (13-5) and Haven (13-8).

Since F4Q stole one map off G2 just a few days back, it would be fair to assume that they’ll be just as convincing on Tuesday; however, we would have to disagree. The opening rounds of any esports tournament usually present a higher possibility of an upset win, mainly because those games are underdogs’ best chance to surprise the favourites.

G2 weren’t ready for F4Q on Friday, but now they should have a better idea of how to approach this bout. Individual quality is on the side of G2 Esports, and we expect that to show on Tuesday.

For a higher payout, G2 Esports to win both maps with at least six rounds to spare (-5.5 round handicap) at -119.05 is worth a look.

G2 Esports -1.5 maps

-153.85
at
BetOnline

CRAZY RACCOON vs HAVAN LIBERTY GAMING VALORANT BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

VALORANT Odds: Raccoon +191 at BetOnline | Havan -277.78 at BetOnline
When: September 14, 2021 at 21:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/VALORANT)


Crazy Raccoon got humiliated by Gambit Esports on Saturday when the Russians came extremely close to a perfect game. Gambit won the match with 2-0, dropping only one round per map on Bind (13-1) and Icebox (13-1).

As crazy as that result might seem, it wasn’t that surprising, considering Gambit Esports are one of the main favourites to win the whole thing, while Crazy Raccoon barely made it to Berlin as Japan’s second seed. Havan Liberty suffered a similar fate in their opening match when they lost against 100 Thieves (3-13, 6-13) and while they held on better than Crazy Raccoon, Havan Liberty also faced a weaker team.

Based on those results, it’s hard to say which team is stronger; still, we have to give Crazy Raccoon the benefit of the doubt and trust them to bounce back.

Although not a particularly strong team, Crazy Raccoon came back from 0-2 down to steal two maps off ZETA DIVISION in the VCT Stage 3 Challengers finals (2-3), which is nothing to sneeze at. Their round one result is not too inspiring, but we have more faith in the Japanese side to win one map than Havan Liberty winning it 2-0.

Crazy Raccoon +1.5 maps

-140.85
at
BetOnline
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