The betting price was CLEARLY against TSM on the eve of the LCS Summer Split’s final showdown, but that didn’t stop them from enduring 5 total maps and ultimately defeating FlyQuest in the series, reaching the highest top in the LCS.

The game wasn’t meant to be a “quick n easy” affair. Throughout the final series, both teams demonstrated great skill and determination, not without the occasional judgement error and accidental faux pas. Ultimately, luck would smile upon TSM and make them champions once again – TSM hadn’t won the LCS trophy since back in 2017. 

Beating the Odds

FlyQuest was the favorite and few could object to the statement: FlyQuest flew easy through the run of the tournament with sharp efficiency, pushing aside LCS Summer Split favorites such as Team Liquid and Cloud9, while TSM had struggled all the way up. The opening betting lines had FlyQuest at a -140 price, later to come down to -135 in the last few hours before the match; TeamSoloMid bets were at even cost, returning players their original stake if successful. 


Keep in mind you can always check out all the esports betting odds right at, including the betting odds for the upcoming World Championship. 

Meanwhile, at the LEC…

G2 Esports & Fnatic were the contenders of the final game of the LEC Summer Split, which set  a new audience record with over 1 million total viewers talliedG2 ended up with the trophy and the first seed to the World Championships, which are scheduled to begin by Sept. 25th. 

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