eSports League of Legends - World Championship Odds 2018

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Jul/06/2018

Gambling911.com has your eSports League of Legends - World Championship betting odds 2018.

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The League of Legends World Championship is the annual professional League of Legends world championship tournament hosted by Riot Games and is the culmination of each season.

KINGZONE DragonX is the favorite to win at +302.

Reading the odds: +302 would pay $30.20 on a $10 bet and $302 on a $100 bet.  When you see odds of +1200, the payout would be $120 on a $10 bet or $1200 on a $100 bet.

  World Championship - Winner
KINGZONE DragonX +302
SK Telecom T1 +486
KT Rolster +646
KSV eSports +1081
IG +519
Edward Gaming +2667
RNGU +402
Afreeca Freecs +647
World Elite +3730
Rogue Warriors +3730
Cloud9 +5328
Fnatic +3730
G2 +3730
Snake +4262
Flash Wolves +779
Echo Fox +5328
JD Gaming +5328
Team Liquid +4262
TSM +4262
JAGW +7029
Misfits +7029
100 Thieves +10648
Team Vitality +10648
EVOS Esports +10648
J Team +21289
BAUSuperMassive +21289
G-Rex +21289
Giants Gaming +26610
Vivo Keyd +26610
Schalke 04 +26610
Royal Bandits +31928
Fenerbahce +42571
Griffin +946

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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