Ready Your CSGO Predictions for ESL One Belo Horizonte

by Jonathan M. Web Administrator for

Electronic Sports League (ESL) has recently announced that they are bringing the biggest CSGO event at Mineirinho Arena (Estádio Jornalista Felipe Drummond) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil from June 15th to June 17th, 2018.

A few months away from now, you will witness one of the most exciting events in CSGO history. You still have a lot of time to make CSGO predictions and join the betting market for massive prizes and Bitcoin rewards. The generous prize pool of $200,000 USD is up for grabs, so anyone from the 8 participating teams have a chance to go home rich. If you’re lucky and you’ve managed to beat the odds in CSGO betting, you’ll be going home with lots of Bitcoins too.

It is, however, not easy to predict something. Anything that hasn’t happened yet doesn’t have a concrete representation of what the future has in store for you. But in CSGO betting, you don’t have to worry. The game has been around for a while now, ever since the beginning of the first ever Counter-Strike in PCs. Therefore, we have already established the strongest teams, strongest tactics, and tournament formats that will give you the advantage. Look into the teams and formats of ESL One Belo Horizonte to increase your odds and help you make accurate CSGO predictions.


Team Liquid, SK Gaming, Faze Clan, and Mousesports have all received direct invitations for ESL One Belo Horizonte. Right off the bat, the most popular teams are somehow the most powerful teams. They are 100% in. The other participants will be coming from the leading teams of the online qualifiers from Europe, North America, and South America regions. The ones with direct invites will join them in the playoffs.

Schedule of the Qualifiers:

EU Open qualifier (April 11-12)
EU Closed qualifier (April 13-14)
NA Open Qualifier (April 11-12)
NA Closed qualifier (April 13-14)
SA Open Qualifier #1 (April 12-13)
SA Open Qualifier #2 (April 17-18)
SA Closed Qualifier (April 24-May 9)


ESL One Belo Horizonte will adapt the Group Stage Single (GSL) and Swiss tournament formats. The GSL will take place on June 13th to 15th, a few days away from the grand finals. The stages will require for teams to compete in a double-elimination format and best-of-three matches (BO3). Afterwards, only two of the teams will advance to the playoffs which will take place on June 16th to 17th. The semifinals will be BO3 format, while the grand final is in BO5 format.

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