And again it is this time of the year when League of Legends fans all over the world speculate about transfer rumors, hype their favourite teams and look forward to the most important tournament of the year: the 2018 League of Legends World Championship. But in between there is a finale obstacle which all teams have to conquer – 2018 the Summer Split season. Starting on June 15th the European challengers are once again able to proof that they worthy to represent their proud region internationally. Fnatic was able to show some glimpse of brillance at the 2018 Mid-Season Invitational and the Western teams were closer to the strong South Korean and Chinese competition than before. Once again this season Rekkles and his team-mates are considered the big favourites for winning the title in the European LCS.
This fact is also known to all eSports betting providers, therefore our renowned online betting sites have already provided betting odds for the outright winner of the 2018 European LCS Summer Split. It doesn’t matter if you think the tried and tested veterans or the dark horses of the league will take the trophy, these betting odds are good enough to invest some money for a nice return. As usual you will find a comparison of the best outright winner betting odds of the EU LCS Summer Split right here.
Outright Winner Betting Odds – EU LCS 2018 Summer Split
|EU LCS Summer Split – Winner||Betting Odds|
|Unicorns of Love||34.00|
Betting Odds presented by bet365. The listed odds are intended as a guide only and are subject to change. Please check current LoL odds on the bet365 website before placing any bets. Read more about esports betting at Bet365
More about LoL LCS Summer Split 2018:
- LCS 2018 (Season 8) – Overview
- NA Outright Winner Betting Odds – LCS NA Spring Summer 2018
- Schedule and Results LCS EU Summer Split 2018
- Schedule and Results LCS NA Summer Split 2018
About The Authors:
Article and predictions by the esports-betting League of Legends team. Marius „vuehrjer“ Führer is studying at the TU Wien and misses just as few League of Legends matches as lectures at university. Daniel „Taith“ Aichinger is studying lectureship at the JKU Linz and teaches his enemies the meaning of fear on Summoner’s Rift in his spare time. Contact them on Twitter (@vuehrjer, @TaithLoL) for questions. GG WP!