Another huge week of esports will take place in the week beginning May 8, 2023, with Counter-Strike Global Offensive taking centre stage.
The last and final ever CS:GO Major will begin on Monday, May 8, with the Challengers Stage kicking off the BLAST.tv Paris Major, where we will see 16 teams battle it out for the final eight spots in the Legends Stage and main event. Once the Legends Stage kicks off on May 13, the remaining teams will be fighting it out for a share in the $1.25 million prize pool and the right to be named the final CS:GO Major champion.
Most esports betting sites have G2 Esports as the +300 favourite to take out the BLAST.tv Paris Major, with the likes of Heroic (+333) and Natus Vincere (+450) heavily supported by bettors.
Some of the key leagues and tournaments taking place in the esports world this week include:
BLAST.tv Paris Major
The BLAST.tv Paris Major will kick off this Monday, with 24 of the best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams competing for the US$1,250,000 prize pool. The BLAST.tv Paris Major will make history for two specific reasons as it will be the first Counter-Strike Major that BLAST will host and organise, and the Major will be the very last one to be played on the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive game before we switch over to Counter-Strike 2. Check out our extensive CS:GO BLAST.tv Paris Major betting guide to get the latest odds and tournament information.
League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational
The Mid-Season Invitational will continue this week, with the play-in stage now over, we head into the main event and bracket stage on May 9. Heading into the bracket stage, JD Gaming are still most online betting sites favourites at +200. Check out our extensive League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational betting guide to get the latest odds and tournament information.
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