Odds to Win DOTA 2 International 2018

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May/25/2018

Odds to win the DOTA 2 International 2018 appear below.  To determine payout, simply multiply the stake (or bet) you wish to make (i.e. $20) by the number next to the team.  Virtus.Pro is the 4.15 favorite so if you wish to bet $20 on this team to win the International 2018, the payout would be $83.

The International 2018 is the concluding tournament of the Dota Pro Circuit and the eighth annual edition of The International.

The tournament will be held for the very first time in Canada at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

Also of note, this will be the first time a point system based on official sponsored Majors and Minors is used to determine invites to The International.

BetDSI.com has brought on eSports experts to help formulate odds on various events as they look to expand their eSports betting platform.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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