We kick-off the virtual punting week in Europe, where FaZe take on Virtus.Pro in the ESL Pro League Se11.
Virtus.Pro return to the league after dropping out following season 8, they take on American gaming Giants FaZe, who will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing 9th placed finish in Se10.
FaZe have haven’t been in the best form of late, after losing two of their first tree matches of the season, but this shouldn’t deter the punters from backing them though, with four of American’s five players outranking Virtus.Pro’s top player (qikert).
This is Virtus.Pro’s first game of the seasons, as such I’m expecting to see a little rust in their game play and will be backing FaZe to bounce back to winning ways.
LoL Pro League Spring heads into the second half of the season with both Vici Gaming and LNG Esports with some work to do to secure their position in the top eight.
LNG are sitting in 10th with a record of 4-4, with all their victories coming against sides sitting in the bottom five spots on the ladder.
Vici are currently 12th with a 3-6 record, but recently upset fifth placed Royal Never Give Up 2-0.
Both sides have only played out two matches which were decided under 2.5 maps.
On current form these side are to close to split, as such I’m expecting this one to go to a decider.