What Are Esports Predictions
Esports is the shortened name for electronic sports, which is the name for competitive video gaming. Video gaming, streaming and Esports have exploded onto the scene, with the likes of Twitch allowing millions of users to watch along live, Esports is now as accessible as its ever been. Our team of Esports experts follow ever morsel of action from all of the top tiles include CS:GO, Dota 2, and League of Legends, to name a few, and make the best free Esports predictions out there. Our Esports predictions will highlight our best on the upcoming tournaments and matches, as well as highlighting the best available betting odds from the top online sportsbooks. Check out all of our current Esports predictions, right here on the Esports predictions page, today!
Esports Betting Predictions
There are many ways in which you can bet on Esports and our Esports predictions cover all of these variations. With so many games now played competitively and available to bet on, we cover a whole host of games in our predictions as well as the various different markets made available for each game. The majority of Esports predictions will follow the same template of Moneyline, spreads, and totals like other sports betting, but there are also unique markets for each game such as the number of maps won, first kill, the last kill, and so on. Our experts have all of these markets in mind when previewing a match or tournament, and highlight the best value predictions in our analysis. Check out our most recent Esports predictions and analysis right here.
When Do you Post Your Esports Predictions
The time in which we post our Esports Predictions will largely depend on how soon the sportsbooks ake odds available, and that usually depends on the schedule and how many matches are being played. This will differ from game to game and tournament to tournament, but we will usually be able to post our Esports predictions at least the day before so that you have time to digest our analysis and seek out the best possible odds for our predictions.
What Games Do Your Esports Betting Predictions Cover?
With so many games across a number of consoles, there is not a day that goes by where there isn’t an Esports tournament taking place.
Some of the most popular Esports games to bet on are first-person shooters and battle arena style games.
CSGO Predictions Esports (Counter Strike: Global Offensive)
A multiplayer first-person shooter where the game pits two teams against each other: the Terrorists and the Counter-Terrorists. The object of the game is to eliminate the other team whilst completing separate objectives.
Dota 2 Predictions Esports
A multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game where two teams of five players compete as a different character, known as a hero to occupy and defend their own base. Players collect experience points and items for their heroes to defeat the opposing team’s heroes. A team wins by destroying the other teams’ Ancient, a large structure within their base.
LoL Predictions Esports (League of Legends)
Another multiplayer online battle arena game where players assume the role of a champion with unique abilities. They battle against a team of other players with the goal of destroying the opposing team’s Nexus, a structure that lies in their base.
Other popular games are Fortnite, Halo, Call of Duty, StarCraft, StarCraft II, King of Glory, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Super Smash Bros, and Overwatch.
If you like betting on sports then these games may interest you:
FIFA Predictions Esports
A Soccer game where players compete in a match against an opponent, just like a normal game of soccer.
Madden Predictions Esports
A well-known game to NFL fans named after pro football hall of fame coach and commentator John Madden. Players compete in a football game against an opponent.
NBA2k Predictions Esports
Another well-known game to NBA and basketball fans where players compete against each other on the court to determine a winner.
Rocket League Predictions Esports
Rocket League is described as a soccer game, but with rocket-powered cars. It has up to four players assigned to each of the two teams, and the objective of the game is to use the rocket-powered vehicles to hit the ball into the opponent’s goal to score points.