The CSGO EPICENTER 2019 group stage is over and the critical stage of the tournament is now set to begin. Playoffs start on Saturday and winners are scheduled for the Sunday afternoon Grand Final.
The winner will leave with half the prize pool worth $500,000, all matches are played on the best three formats. In the event of a tie for the third and 4th pick, the runners-up will win $120,000 and both earn $40,000.
The Counter-Strike: Global Epicenter offensive has a system that rewards teams who are successful at the group stage. Team Vitality and Mousesports won all games in Groups A and B and have qualified for the semifinals directly. They are waiting patiently to see who will join you at this competition stage, but in any case, you are sure to start with the first chance.
In recent years the CIS qualificator has significantly improved its performance and qualified for the finals. All teams tend to win and lose their series to zero, and esports betting on the quarter-final should also be taken to suggest ending in two sets.
Natus Vincere could easily have won Group A, given the difference between a single match lost to Team Vitality. Evil geniuses have never been in the same position, but they may also feel lucky to finish sixth. All teams had the right to wish for better outcomes, but it was necessary to have them in the quarterfinals. Natus Vincere is marginally favoured by the Unikrn odds at 3/5 and Evil Geniuses at the same bookmaker start the second chance and tent 6/5 esports odds.