1/12/20 DreamHack Masters CS:GO Winter 2020 Predictions & Betting Tips

From teams competing against each other for the first time to teams participating against one another for the millionth time, we have eight matches and 16 teams’ worth of statistics and predictions prepared for you. Keep reading for the deets!

Dream Hack Masters CS:GO – 2020 on Tuesday 1 December  


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1/12/20 DreamHack Masters CS:GO Winter 2020 Tips


Cloud9 vs. Gambit Esports – Europe

Cloud9’s last match was on the 28th at the BLAST Premier Fall 2020 Showdown (Quarter-final) against Complexity gaming which they won at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Nuke: Cloud9 – 13 and Complexity – 16
  • Mirage: Cloud9 – 16 and Complexity – 8
  • Dust II: Cloud9 – 16 and Complexity – 14

While Gambit’s last match was against AGF on the 28th too at the DreamHack Open November 2020 tournament which they won at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Inferno: Gambit – 19 and AGF – 17
  • Dust II: Gambit – 16 and AGF – 13

Gambit plays best at the map Inferno while Cloud 9 plays best at Dust II.

Gambit to win – Bet @ Picklebet

Complexity Gaming vs. ENCE – Europe

The last match that Complexity won was at the Blast Premier Fall 2020 Showdown tournament against Sprout on the 24th. The score was 2 – 0:

  • Nuke: Sprout – 4 and Complexity – 16
  • Mirage: Sprout – 4 and Complexity – 8

ENCE’s last match was against BIG on the 15th at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Europe tournament. The score was 2 – 0:

  • Nuke: ENCE – 17 and BIG – 19
  • Mirage: ENCE – 14 and BIG – 16

ENCE’s strong suits have proven to be Inferno and Train while those of Complexity are Vertigo, Overpass, and Mirage.

Complexity for the win – Bet @ Picklebet

Triumph vs. Rebirth – North America

On the 16th of November, Rebirth went head to head against TeamOne at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 North America tournament and lost at a score of 2 – 0 where player β€œ4pack” achieved 3 Deagle HS kills on the advanced bombsite A – defense (initial frags):

  • Overpass: Rebirth – 10 and TeamOne – 16
  • Dust II: Rebirth – 7 and TeamOne – 16

On the 23rd of November, Triumph competed against Chaos and lost at a score of 3 – 1 at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 North America tournament:

  • Train: Triumph – 5 and Chaos – 16
  • Mirage: Triumph – 16 and Chaos – 11
  • Overpass: Triumph – 5 and Chaos – 16
  • Nuke: Triumph – 14 and Chaos – 16

Triumph’s best performance is seen at the map Overpass at a rate of 62.5% and Rebirth performs best at Mirage at a rate of 70%.

Triumph for the win – Bet @ Picklebet

Chaos vs. Rugratz – North America

Chaos has won three of the last matches they participated in overall; here are the scores of the one against Evil Geniuses at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 North America tournament on the 22nd that they won at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Overpass: Evil Geniuses – 11 and Chaos – 16
  • Inferno: Evil Geniuses – 16 and Chaos – 6
  • Nuke: Evil Geniuses – 11 and Chaos – 16

The two teams did just meet against one another on the 12th as well. At the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 North America tournament, Chaos advanced to the semi-finals after defeating rookie team Rugratz at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Overpass: Rugratz – 16 and Chaos – 13
  • Train: Rugratz – 8 and Chaos – 16
  • Nuke: Rugratz – 6 and Chaos – 16

In the third map, player β€œleaf” achieved a 1v2 clutch – CT – bomb planted after 1 clutch kill in the pistol round.

Chaos will be too good – Bet @ Picklebet

Renegades vs. Rooster – Oceania

Renegades’ last match was the grand-final of the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Oceania tournament against Order on the 22nd:

  • Default: Renegades – 1 and Order – 0
  • Dust II: Renegades – 19 and Order – 15
  • Inferno: Renegades – 16 and Order – 14

Rooster’s last match was against Riot on the 31st of October at the ESEA MDL Season 35 Australia tournament where Rooster lost at a score of 1 – 0.

Renegades’ best map is Vertigo at a rate of 73.3% and Rooster’s best map is Overpass at a rate of 77.8%.

Renegades to win – Bet @ Picklebet

TYLOO vs. TIGER – Asia

Tyloo’s last match was against Vici Gaming which they lost at a score of 3 – 0 on the 22nd at the grand-final of the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Asia tournament:

  • Default: Vici – 1 and Tyloo – 0
  • Train: Vici – 16 and Tyloo – 12
  • Inferno: Vici – 16 and Tyloo – 12

Tiger’s last match was against Paper Rex on the 11th at the ESEA Open Season 35 Asia-Pacific tournament where Tiger was victorious at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Nuke: Tiger – 19 and Paper Rex – 17
  • Train: Tiger – 8 and Paper Rex – 16
  • Dust II: Tiger – 16 and Paper Rex – 7

Tyloo’s strongest map is Dust II at a rate of 100% while Tiger’s strongest at Nuke at a rate of 75%.

Tyloo for the win – Bet @ Picklebet

G2 Esports vs. Sprout – Europe

G2’s last match was against Na’ Vi at the IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Europe tournament on the 21st where they lost at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Dust II: G2 – 16 and Na’ Vi – 10
  • Train: G2 – 12 and Na’ Vi – 16
  • Nuke: G2 – 3 and Na’ Vi – 16

Sprout’s last match was on the 28th against Unicorns of Love (UoL) at the Merkur Masters Season 2 tournament where they won at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Nuke: Sprout – 16 and UoL – 4
  • Vertigo: Sprout – 16 and UoL – 7

G2’s best map is Mirage at a rate of 66.7% and Sprout’s best map is Nuke at a rate of 88.2%.

G2 for the victory – Bet @ Picklebet

FURIA vs. North – Europe

Furia’s last match was against Virtus Pro on the 27th at the quarter-final of the BLAST Premier Fall 2020 Showdown tournament. They were triumphant at a score of 2 – 1:

  • Inferno: Furia – 16 and Virtus – 6
  • Mirage: Furia – 13 and Virtus – 16
  • Train: Furia – 16 and Virtus – 9

North’s previous match was on the 22nd against x6tence at the DreamHack Open December 2020 Closed Qualifier tournament where they lost at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Dust II: North – 13 and x6tence – 16
  • Vertigo: North – 8 and x6tence – 16

Both Furia and North play best at the map Vertigo; Furia at a rate of 83.3% and North at a rate of 69.2%.

Furia to take this one out – Bet @ Picklebet

 


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Charles Lee
About the Author: Charles Lee

Charles is GoBet’s dedicated eSports gaming specialist and in writing for GoBet he has found a way to combine his two passions in life – journalism and gaming. Charles has been a freelance journalist for more than six years and has been gaming since he was four years old. An ex semi-professional eSports gamer himself, when he’s not gaming or writing, he’s usually watching the pros and analysing the eSports betting markets.

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