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7.3 GODSENT vs Kinguin

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Odds: 2.2 for Kinguin

Pick: Low (1 unit)

As I expected GODSENT won their game against Red Reserve quite easily. In the first place, the odds for that game was quite skewed, it was always clear that GODSENT is a much better team than Red Reserve, but bookies always mess up their odds in CSGO matches recently. This match has the same situation. While GODSENT is a good team, we should not underestimate Kinguin. Kinguin is a master at these bet sponsored tournaments, coming from a shady website themselves selling stolen game CD keys (wide circulating rumour).

Kinguin always excel at these kind of low tier tournaments, while I'm not trying to say there is any manipulation of the results, I do say that they are no slouch when it comes to these tournaments. Their past performance is good in the tier 3 circuit as well.

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