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CS:GO Predictions

Inform your CS:GO predictions ahead of this week’s matches in the competitive CS:GO circuit with insight from Pinnacle’s odds, news and analysis.

cs_summit 6 Online predictions

cs_summit 6 Online is the second Regional Major Ranking tournament for both the European and North American regions. While Europe has a prizepool of $125,000 and North America slightly lower on $75,000, both offer a maximum of 2000 ranking points to the winning team.

cs_summit 6 Online: Europe predictions

GODSENT vs. BIG predictions

GODSENT vs. BIG odds

GODSENT

BIG

28%

72%

The final opening playoff game for Europe will see GODSENT and BIG take each other on. GODSENT, in a group containing Fnatic, G2 and mousesports, caused an upset by finishing top without losing a single game. BIG, on the other hand, finished second having beaten FaZe twice, as well as a loss to OG. BIG are still coming off the back of their DreamHack Masters Spring win, and re-securing qualification to the next ESL Pro League season. GODSENT, however, are only able to boast a 7th place finish at Road to Rio in their recent results.

Bet: cs_summit 6 Online: Europe - GODSENT vs. BIG

G2 vs. Movistar Riders predictions

G2 vs. Movistar Riders odds

G2

Movistar Riders

80%

20%

The first set of 9th place decider matches will be an Iberian face off, as G2 take on Movistar Riders. G2 finished third after being eliminated by Fnatic in the decider match, while Movistar Riders were eliminated from the main tournament by North. The two teams have played just once so far in 2020, where G2 came out as 2-0 winners in the Road to Rio.

Bet: cs_summit 6 Online: Europe - G2 vs. Movistar Riders

ENCE vs. FaZe predictions

ENCE vs. FaZe odds

ENCE

FaZe

33%

67%

The other 9th place decider match will be between ENCE and FaZe. ENCE fell out of the running after losing to Heroic in the elimination match, while FaZe suffered defeat to BIG in their group to be sent to the decider bracket. The two teams have played twice in 2020, with FaZe being 2-1 winners on both of those occasions.

Bet: cs_summit 6 Online: Europe - ENCE vs. FaZe

cs_summit 6 Online: North America predictions

100 Thieves vs. Liquid predictions

100 Thieves vs. Liquid odds

100 Thieves

Liquid

37%

63%

100 Thieves secured the first seed from their group after taking two comfortable flawless 2-0 wins over Chaos and Cloud9. Liquid reached the playoffs with two 2-0 wins, after a 2-0 loss to EG. However, despite being second seed, Liquid are still the favoured team. The two teams have faced each other three times in 2020, each time seeing Liquid take a 2-0 win.

Bet: cs_summit 6 Online: North America - 100 Thieves vs. Liquid

Gen.G vs. Evil Geniuses predictions

Gen.G vs. Evil Geniuses odds

Gen.G

Evil Geniuses

29%

71%

Gen.G and Evil Geniuses make up the other side of the bracket. Evil Geniuses have had a resurgence in form during this Ranking event, finishing atop Group A having only lost one map to FURIA, before taking a clean sweep over Liquid. Gen.G finished second in their group, coming back from losing in the first round to Cloud9 to beat Chaos and take the decider over Cloud9. Gen.G and EG have played each other three times in 2020, where EG clean won the most recent matchup despite losing the previous two.

Bet: cs_summit 6 Online: North America - Gen.G vs. Evil Geniuses

Home Sweet Home Cup

Powered by GRID esports, the Home Sweet Home Cup is an online tournament that will feature 16 teams competing for a weekly prize pool of $40,000.

When markets become available you can bet on the Home Sweet Home Cup here.

ESEA MDL Season 34

When markets become available you can bet on ESEA MDL Season 34 here.

*Odds are subject to change.

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About the author

Michael Moriarty

Michael has previously worked as an award winning freelance writer in the world of Esports for over 5 years, specialising in CS:GO and Rocket League. Outside of Esports and gaming, Michael is a supporter of AFC Wimbledon in football and occasionally watches a bit of snooker.

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