The first Outright-Winner (Tournament Winner) odds for the upcoming League of Legends World Championship are available. The majority of participants in the LoL World Championship 2016 are waiting in the wings and some of the major LoL betting sites have already released the first odds for the outright tournament winner. Right before the group draw ceremony taking place live on Saturday, September 10th, the bookmakers from Bet365 were the first to open the market for LoL Worlds 2016. But we are sure all other online betting sites will follow soon and rank the 16 participants from all over the world accordingly in the next couple of days. Unsurprisingly the South Korean powerhouse and defending champion SK Telecom T1 in conjunction with the first seeded team from Korea, ROX Tigers, were getting the best odds for winning the whole tournament. After a clutch defeat in the last year's championship Edward Gaming managed to bounce back and secure the highest ranking of all the non-Korean teams. The “best in the west” betting odds are proudly presented to Team SoloMid followed by G2 Esports from Europe. You can multiply your betting stake by a factor of over 2000 if you end up being right betting on the victory of one of the Wildcard teams. Besides the outright winner market Bet365 is currently offering special bets markets for the upcoming World Championship such as winner's region or final's participant. Please be aware that most of the markets are closing with the start of the tournament on September 29th. The first odds for the group stage games will probably be available after the official announcement of the match schedule.
>> View all odds and bookmakers for LoL Worlds 2016 or find out more about the tournament winner odds of LoL Worlds 2017 here.
LoL Worlds: Outright Winner – Betting Odds Comparison*
Update: Bet-at-Home, William Hill and Pinnacle Outright Winner Odds added.
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