The Main Events on the CSGO for 2018
Talking about the major events on the Counter Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO), 2018 was surely a big year. There was a lot of fun and charm for the fans, involving some entertaining and tough competitions between the players and teams. The year started with one mega and two minor events such as LastM, Liquid, and Pride respectively.
The CS summit, Lan ETS Se, and Legends were the three CS:GO tournaments played in February 2018. These followed by a lot more interesting events in the later part of the year. As a result, a boom in online betting was also monitored. Most of the betting took place through trusted eSportsbooks, especially PayPal betting sites.
Given below are some of the CS:GO mega-events that were staged during 2018.
ELEAGUE Major: Boston
This was the first major championship of 2018, declared as the event of the Year for 2018. It wasn’t so as it was the first mega event, but it was the involvement of strong competitors (Teams with a huge fan following) that took the popularity of this tournament to great heights. Meanwhile, numerous storylines associated with results of the event also came into limelight.
ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018 – Paypal Betting Sites
The ELEAGUE CS:GO offered some of the intense competitions, which enhanced the level of interest among the eSports lovers. The event covered seven-part feature series, where a total of eight top-ranked and professional CO:GO teams were participating in challenging their competitors. The event continued to amuse the fans with the highest level of excitement. Astralis and Team Liquid were the finalists where Team Liquid was defeated by Astralis with 2-0. The final witnessed online betting at its extreme and a huge number of bettors preferred eSports betting PayPal.
ESL One: Cologne 2018
This major eSports event took place in Cologne Germany, which involved 16 teams. The final was staged for Natus Vincere and BIG. Na’Vi outshined the BIG after an interesting game. There were numerous jewels in the Natus Vincere’s roaster, but s1mple performed so well that he was declared as tournament’s MVP.
FACEIT London Major 2018
It was the thirteenth CO:GO major championship and was the first tournament organized by FACEIT. Twenty-four professional teams participated from around the globe. Out of these were the top sixteen teams, which automatically qualified for the London Major 2018, based on their rankings in the ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018.
Astralis and Natus Vincere were the two finalists. Both of these teams outperformed some of the big names in the quarterfinals and semifinals including BIG, MIBR, Team Liquid and FaZe Clan. Astralis won the championship by beating Natus Vincere and won the prize of $500,000.
CS_Summit 3 was the third Counter-Strike tournament that featured eight teams. The prize pool was $150,000 USD where a double-elimination format was followed. The final was played between the NRG Esports and OpTic Gaming. NRG won the title by beating the OpTic Gaming after an interesting fight.
ESL Pro League Season 8 – Paypal Betting Sites
ESL Pro League Season 8 was the ninth tournament that was arranged for the 1st season of the Intel Grand Slam. It was a part of the premier tournaments organized by DreamHack and ESL. The format use was similar to that of season 7. Astralis grabbed the title by winning the ESL Pro League season 8.
Apart from these events, there were numerous other CS:GO tournaments that happened in 2018. However, they didn’t fall into specific categories mentioned above, as those were the minor tournaments. The major Counter Strike Global Offensive events served as the big contributors for eSports betting. Hence, 2018 turned out to be an outstanding year for PayPal eSports betting.