by Ciaran Jackman in
eSports Betting News

Another huge week of esports will take place in the week beginning August 28, 2023, with CS:GO maintaining centre stage.

The 18th season of the CS:GO ESL Pro League will continue on Wednesday, September 6, with action from Group B kicking off with four series.

Of the 32 teams participating in ESL Pro League 18, 22 of the worlds top 25 ranked CS:GO teams will be in attendance in Malta.

Some of the key leagues and tournaments taking place in the esports world this week include:

  • CS:GO ESL Pro League Season 18

    One of the best events on the CS:GO calendar is now in full swing, with the 18th season of the ESL Pro League featuring the world’s best teams who will be battling it out for Pro League glory.

    With a spot at IEM Katowice 2024 and the BLAST Premier World Final 2023 on the line for the winner, as well as a massive US$850,000 prize pool, expect every team to be ready to play their best Counter-Strike throughout the event.

    Most esports betting sites have Team Vitality, G2 Esports and ENCE marked as equal favourites at +350, closely followed by Heroic and Cloud9 at +450.

    Check out our extensive ESL Pro League betting guide to get the latest odds and tournament information.

  • League of Legends EMEA Championship Finals

    The lower-bracket final for the League of Legends EMEA Championship (LEC) Finals will take place on Saturday, September 9, with Fnatic clashing with MAD Lions. The winner will advance to the grand final, where they will meet G2 Esports.

    With all three of the remaining teams already qualified for LoL Worlds 2023, they will be playing for pride and prize money.

    Check out our extensive LEC betting guide to get the latest odds and tournament information.

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