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The Spring Splits continue for each of the major leagues in League of Legend, while this week also sees plenty of action in Dota 2, Valiant and the ESL Pro League in Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

The final week of qualifiers for the third Major of the 2023 Call of Duty League Season close out the week as well. 

Here is a look at this week’s action.


League of Legends: LPL Spring

The LPL Spring split has plenty of firepower as the best LOL teams in China are still in the thick of competition to reach the playoffs. 

The playoff field isn’t set yet with this week being the seventh week of matches in the Group Stage.

Monday has a couple of important matches between teams right on the borderline of reaching the playoff bracket. 


League of Legends: LPL Spring

Another huge day of matches in the LPL as Royal Never Give Up has an important match with Anyone’s Legend. The second match of the day will see Team We and Top Esports in action.

Royal will have to avoid a huge upset against Anyone’s Legend who is 1-8 thus far in the event. RNG has a clear advantage to cover at -200. Anyone’s will have a lot of work to do at +150.

As for the second match-up of the day Team We and Top Esports are both in a position to get the win. Team We at +115 will need to outshine a favored Top Esports squad at -150.


CS:GO: ESL Pro League Season 17

The ESL Pro League has never been a disappointment, and this 17th season has lived up to that. The Group B bracket gets underway with four upper-bracket quarterfinal matches. 

The teams in this group include Heroic, Movistar Riders, BIG, Complexity Gaming, Imperial, FURIA Esports, SAW and MOUZ. All teams have been participants before in this great league.

Heroic is the overall favorite to win Group B at +150. They will have to get past Movistar Riders in their opening match. It won’t be easy, and they might not be able to cover at -275

BIG and Complexity Gaming also face off. BIG looks to get past with a chance to win at -150, while Complexity will push them to the limit at +110.

Imperial has a tall task as a clear underdog as they have the longest odds to even make it out of this group of teams at all. They will likely stumble early as they face FURIA Esports who is a good bet to cover at +100

The final match of the day for Group B pits SAW against MOUZ. It is big that SAW was able to qualify for ESL Pro League, but they will have a lot of work to do in a match with MOUZ, who are former winners of this League. MOUZ -250 will play nicely over SAW at +175.

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Valorant: Champions Tour LOCK/ IN

Loud and DRX will face-off in Valorant as both teams will try to reach the Grand Final of the Champion Tour LOCK/ IN in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This is a huge match for both organizations. 

Both teams have made a big splash thus far and will try to give themselves a chance to win the whole event. The lines are close with Loud at -110, and DRX coming in at -120 to win the match.

CS:GO: ESL Pro League continues 

Group B play continues as the final teams from the Group will start to be clear on the second day of action. Group A didn’t disappoint, and neither should this Group. 

If Heroic and MOUZ survive their opening matches, they could very well see each other in the final matches of the Group.


CDL: Major III Qualifications

Three matches kick-off the final weekend of qualification for the third Major of the 2023 Call of Duty League season. The first of which pits the London Royal Ravens against the Seattle Surge. 

The Las Vegas Legion will battle it out with the Minnesota Rokkr. The final match on Friday is between the Los Angeles Guerrillas and the Florida Mutineers. 

Of those teams the only one near the top four teams in the standings heading into the Major is the Seattle Surge, who could make some big gains in their match with the Royal Ravens. The Surge have the edge in that match-up.

League of Legends: LPL Spring 

The Spring Split of the LPL continues with very important matches during the weekend. Rare Atom will try to outfox Invictus Gaming who is favored at to win in this encounter. 

Bilibili Gaming and LGD Gaming will try to outduel the other as they both will try to climb the standings. BLG should have a great shot to not only cover but win the match outright.


CDL: Major III Qualifications

The busiest day of the weekend for teams in the Call of Duty League sees eight teams in action. All of which are trying to make a final say in their positioning for next week's Major III event. 

The Los Angeles Thieves can’t overestimate the Minnesota Rokkr as they face-off. The New York Subliners who won the first major of the season have a huge test as they take on OpTic Texas in the final match of Saturday’s action. 

Both of those teams could find a way to win Major III once it begins. The other matches of the day will see the Guerrillas, Legion, Ultra and Royal Ravens in action.


CDL Major III qualifications finish

The final day of qualifications for Major III in CDL will be a huge day. With six of the top eight teams in the standings in action to close out qualifications. 

The Surge and Subliners will try to outduel the other to open the day. That match is followed by what might be the biggest match of the year as Atlanta FaZe and OpTic Texas go to battle. 

The day is closed out with a Boston Breach versus Los Angeles Thieves match. A lot is on the line during this final week of qualifications. As the CDL hits its midway point of the 2023 campaign.

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