This week, the prize pool for the Dota 2 International 7 surpassed $20.7 million, guaranteeing it will top 2016. Plus a roundup of the week’s events.
Rift Rivals, the international League of Legends event, saw something of an upset as China’s LPL defeated Korean rivals LCK in the finals.
The International 2017 surpasses $20 million for its prize pool. Meanwhile, other major events for Dota 2, CS:GO and League of Legends are going on.
A number of large events crown champions as The International for Dota 2 eyes a massive prize pool.
Dota 2 is the top esport to watch for betting right now. The Summit 7 wrapped up this past week, following EPICENTER 2017.
Team Liquid is the latest Dota 2 champion of EPICENTER, having won the title in Russia. But there’s also a lot coming up in the world of esports betting.
Nearly every esports has major upcoming events, but the biggest is EPICENTER 2017 for Dota 2, going on in Moscow.
If you like to bet on League of Legends, CS:GO or Dota 2, you are in for a treat in the coming weeks with many events starting or on the horizon.
League of Legends clashes and Dota 2 games spurred most of the esports betting action this past week ahead of a massive summer.
While it’s a relatively slow week for global esports betting, there are still options, including a Dota 2 StarLadder invite in Shanghai.