2022 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Semifinals Odds

2022 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Semifinals Betting

The usual suspects are the four teams in the Mid-Season Invitational Semifinals. There was little doubt that T1, Royal Never Give Up, and G2 Esports would make it out of the Rumble Stage as those were by far the three favorites entering MSI. However, LCS representative Evil Geniuses was a big question mark after a subpar performance in the Group Stage. EG proved to be a better team than either PSG Talon or Saigon Buffalo, but they are a heavy underdog by the League of Legends betting odds against two-time champions Royal Never Give Up in the semifinals.

2022 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational Semifinals Odds

Royal Never Give Up -5000

Evil Geniuses +1000

The defending Mid-Season Invitational champions were the best team in the Rumble Stage with an 8-2 record. RNG split its two matches with fellow favorites T1 and G2, and the Chinese champions went 6-0 against the other three teams in the Rumble Stage.

Xiaohu has been as solid as ever in the mid lane with a 6.5 KDA while dealing 26.5% of his team’s damage per Games of Legends, and Gala is showcasing his skills in the bottom lane. He has looked sharp throughout the competition and is carrying an 8 KDA.

One of the question marks for RNG entering MSI was jungler Wei. He has been a pleasant surprise though, carrying an 8 KDA into the knockout stages with strong performances on every champion save Volibear. However, top laner Bin continues to disappoint in the laning phase. He overreaches and sometimes gets picked off in bad spots, hurting RNG in the process.

That gives Evil Geniuses a path to victory and makes it so where a -5000 favorite is not that safe of a bet. Impact can play weak side very well, although top-tier champion Gwen is not his best pick. Inspired has proven to be an elite jungler capable of playing with the best in the world, and Danny has shaken off some early jitters to shine in the bottom lane.

T1 -500

G2 Esports +310

This is the matchup that both Korea and Europe have wanted since T1 and G2 won their respective domestic leagues. G2 has surprisingly gotten the better of T1 quite often over the last few years in international play, highlighted by G2 knocking off T1 on its way to the 2019 MSI title. The European champions beat T1 in their first meeting at this tournament on their way to a 4-0 start, but they proceeded to lose five straight and were the last team to qualify for the knockout stage.

T1 is the most decorated team in international history with three World Championships and two MSI titles. They have the greatest player of all-time in Faker, and he is playing at an elite level with Ahri back in the meta. He has a 21.0 KDA per Games of Legends on the champion in this competition, making it a must pick or ban in all of their matches.

Keria was the LCK Spring Split MVP and has taken some unique supports into the bottom lane, but the big concern for this team thus far has been the play of Gumayusi. The AD Carry was easily the best in Korea this spring, yet he has really struggled at MSI with a 4.1 KDA and a 59.2% kill percentage. Still, T1 have to be the play here given their overall talent, as G2 is still raw outside of Caps and Jankos.

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