2022 League of Legends European Masters Quarterfinals Odds

2022 League of Legends European Masters Quarterfinals Betting

While everyone is gearing up for the Mid-Season Invitational in South Korea in two weeks, there is still League of Legends action happening around the world. Some of the best games right now involve the European regional leagues with the European Masters entering the knockout rounds. There are eight teams looking to win the EU Masters now, and the quarterfinals will run from Thursday, April 28, to Sunday, May 1.

2022 League of Legends European Masters Betting Odds

X7 Esports +186

LDLC OL -270

LDLC is arguably the favorite to win the European Masters. They finished atop the LFL Spring Split standings, and they bested Team BDS’ academy team to win their first LFL title in two years. LDLC completely dismantled fan favorites Karmine Corp in the playoffs, and they were the only team to finish a perfect 6-0 in the EU Masters Group Stage.

Eika continues to be one of the best mid laners in the regional leagues, posting an 8.9 KDA so far in this tournament. Top laner Ragner has been great on largely tanks with a 10.0 KDA, and Doss has been a strong support player too.

X7 Esports will be a tough matchup though. X7 finished 5-1 in the Group Stage and lost a tiebreaker to Karmine Corp. They have two Korean imports in jungler Haru and mid laner Tempt, and both players spent years in the LCK. KaSing is a veteran support too, so X7 has the potential to pull off the upset.


Bifrost -156

Bifrost has been one of the more surprising teams at the EU Masters. They finished runner-up to X7 Esports in the NLC Spring Split Playoffs, and they topped a group that included Fnatic TQ and Team BDS. The laners have been the superstars of this team as top laner Shikari holds a 10.2 KDA and mid laner Furuy is carrying an absurd 15 KDA.

It’s a different story for AGO ROGUE. Their two best players are jungler Rabble and bottom laner Lucker, so this will be an interesting contrast of styles. Lucker has an 11.3 KDA, while Rabble has played pretty well on unconventional champions that are throwing off his counterparts.

Unicorns of Love Sexy Edition +270

Karmine Corp -426

This should be the most exciting match of the quarterfinals. However, Karmine Corp should not be this big of a favorite. Despite their success last year and their rabid following, they have not been as dominant as you would think given the hefty price here.

New jungler 113 hasn’t been much of a difference maker, and that has hurt a team with former LEC stars Rekkles and Cabochard. Saken is popping off with an 11.6 KDA, but junglers are too important in this meta.

The Unicorns of Love have a solid jungler in Lurox, and mid laner Ruby spent over a year in both the LCK and LPL. He is dealing over 30% of his team’s damage and could play Saken to a draw and allow his team to win in other areas.

Fnatic TQ -150

Vitality.Bee +108

Two of the biggest organizations in Europe will see their junior teams square off in the final match of the quarterfinals. There’s a strong case to be made that Vitality should be favored over Fnatic though.

Vitality has four former LEC players in top laner Szygenda, jungler Skeanz, and bottom lane tandem Jeskla and Jactroll. Diplex has played well in the mid lane, but that is the one area where Vitality might not have an advantage.

Fnatic has a quality mid laner in Baca, but we’ve seen enough of Bean in the bottom lane to know he isn’t great, and top laner Oscarinin has struggled on this stage. That makes Vitality.Bee the best bet of this weekend.

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