The ESL Pro League is off to a cracking start, and for one lucky punter it’s a lot more than just entertainment; the fan placed bets on the event and won a staggering $7,600 from just two slips!
The lucky fan was betting at well-renowned Esports betting site Luckbox.com, and he placed a three-fold combo on G2 and BIG to both win their ESL Pro League matches – and he also added Team Queso to win map one in their playoff against BIG Academy…
And in doing so, he turned a $531 stake into a healthy $3,826 win!
A Lucky Two Days?
After the first day’s profit the fan decided he wasn’t quite finished – and the next day he placed another bet; a four-fold combo that featured mousesports to beat FaZe, ENCE to defeat Heroic, Vitality to beat NIP and AGF to come out on top in their match against Apeks. The bet proved another winner, and the lucky punter walked away with $7,600 in total – so it’s been a great couple of days for him!
Luckbox.com’s Director of sportsbook, Metodi Zaburtov, was extremely happy for the punter, stating that:
“The stakes were pretty high, so this was brave betting but he was rewarded for his courage with two very big wins. They were genius bets, really.”
“It shows a great amount of CS:GO knowledge to win two big combo bets like this, so well played to him.”
It’s great to see Luckbox.com being genuinely happy for their customers, and it’s one of the reasons why they’re widely considered one of the top, most trustworthy betting sites for Esports fans.
In a later statement, Zaburtov went on to say: “We have already seen evidence that online tournaments throw up more surprises than LAN events, which only highlights the skill involved in winning big combo bets.”
“It will be interesting to see how he does throughout the remainder of ESL Pro League and we wish him good luck.”
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About The ESL Pro League
The ESL Pro League is now in its 12th season, and it’s currently being held across Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the event is fully-online, and it’s expected to run until the end of September/beginning of October.
The popular Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament was first established back in May 2015, and every year 24 teams take part. The events are aired on both Twitch and YouTube, and it’s one of the most popular Esports tournaments of the year, with thousands of bets being placed every day at sites like Luckbox.com.
If you’d like to find out more about ESL Pro League betting – view a schedule of upcoming matches and events – or find out more about who’s competing – you can check out the official ESL website here, where you’ll be able to find out all about the tournament.