CS:GO ESL Pro League Europe 2020 was to be held in Malta, but moved online due to the corona crisis. 24 teams are battling over a prize pool of $750,000. The relocation is something we mention every article, but it almost speaks for itself these days. Yesterday, Natus Vincere, Fnatic and Mousesports all did good business by winning the opening of the stage 2 in the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL Pro League Season 11. The European competition. Especially one of our contenders of the day, Mousesports is doing exceptionally well.
Their claim to first place in Group C has been followed up with a win yesterday over OG with 16 to 14 on Nuke and 16-11 on Train. Faze Clan was doing fairly well up to sunday, though they had met their superior in Fnatic (2-1). Nothing to be ashamed of. This is why the odds for both teams are still about the same, which makes this an interesting game to bet on.
Great Tournament ahead
Looking further in this tournament full of great teams, we see Fnatic beating Ninjas in Pyjamas 2 to 1 on saturday in a decider match before facing FaZe Clan. FaZe was far from chanceless to take home the victory, with a win on Mirage 16-8. Because of this, Fnatic is now on plus seven like Mousesports. While Faze is on minus seven differential. Mousesports winning this game against FaZe would almost ensure their victory in stage 2 as Fnatic have an equally daunting task in defeating Astralis, who lost to Natus Vincere yesterday. It is an open field with a lot of great teams. Good times to be an esports betting fan!
Who took look out for
Broky is still on trial since september lasy year with FaZe Clan. This is his tournament where the young rookie Helvijs ‘broky’ Saukants can prove himself on the grand stage. The 19 year old is completely fresh to the scene and has a lot of potential to grow and shine!