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eSports Betting Odds May 21: Heroes of the Storm, Dota2, Counter-Strike

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May/21/2017

Gambling911.com has your eSports betting for Sunday that includes the Heroes of the Storm matchup between Liquid and Dignitas, two Dota2 matchups and the Boro vs. Sensei Counter-Strike matchup.  Scroll Down For More

 

eSports Betting Odds

E-SPORTS - May 21 

Heroes of the Storm 

11:30 AM

96951

Liquid

-1.5 +161

-

-112

96952

Dignitas

+1.5 -190

-

-108

Dota2 

9:30 AM

97003

Virtus Pro

-0.5 +145

-

-

97004

Empire

+0.5 -170

-

-

12:10 PM

97005

Empire

-0.5 -185

-

-

97006

Elements PG

+0.5 +160

-

-

Counter-Strike 

1:00 PM

97053

Bpro

-1.5 +170

-

-180

97054

Sensei

+1.5 -200

-

+155

League of Legends 

11:00 AM

97151

SK Telecom T1

-1.5 -450

-

-1750

97152

G2

+1.5 +355

-

+900

E-SPORTS - May 23 

12:00 AM

97607

Last

+1.5 -170

-

+140

97608

FlaSh

-1.5 +145

-

-165

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