ESL Pro League Season 7, Hellcase Cup, BETS.Net, More eSports Betting Odds - 14 January

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Gambling911.com has your ESL Pro League Season 7, Hellcase Cup, BETS.Net and more eSports betting odds below.


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The ESL Pro League CS:GO, the longest running professional Counter-Strike league, has kicked off its seventh season and for the first time ever will be broadcast exclusively on Facebook in English and Portugese.  Today's odds appear below.

Once again, the best teams in North America and Europe will battle it out for the US$1,000,000 prize-pool across seven weeks of online season followed by the offline finals in May. The active teams for Pro League Season 7 will include:

Europe

    Astralis
    North
    Team EnVy
    FaZe Clan
    Fnatic
    G2 Esports
    HellRaisers
    Heroic
    AGO Esports
    Team LDLC
    mousesports
    NaVi
    Ninjas in Pyjamas
    Space Soldiers


North America   

Cloud9
    compLexity
    Team Dignitas
    Team Liquid
    Luminosity Gaming
    NRG eSports
    OpTic Gaming
    Renegades
    SK Gaming
    Splyce
    Rogue
    Ghost Gaming

Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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