The first major event of the year is thoroughly done and dusted, but there is an absolute ton of esports action between now through the fall.
The first multi-million dollar event of the summer — the Kiev Major for Dota 2 — wrapped up with OG defeating Virtus.pro.
The Kiev Major is underway today for Dota 2, the start of off what will be a busy summer across the world of esports with tens of millions to be won.
This week it’s mostly League of Legends action to follow, but we’re on the verge of an insane few months for CS:GO and Dota 2 fans.
The esports betting world is focused on recent and coming action for Dota 2.
April is a huge month for esports betting. League of Legends Splits and playoffs wind down, and the Kiev Major is on tap for CS:GO and Dota 2.
This week, esports betting continues to be dominated by League of Legends Splits and Playoffs, but The Kiev Major is next during a hectic April.
League of Legends Split matches remain the main markets for esports betting as other titles are at slow points in the calendar.
The world of esports is a little quiet in mid-March, with the exception of League of Legends; the Spring Split Playoffs are ramping up.
This weekend saw the culmination of a big week of esports competition, as Katowice, Poland, hosted the Intel Extreme Masters.