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ESL One Los Angeles 2020 Betting Odds


Dota was going to go Hollywood with ESL One Los Angeles originally scheduled for March 20-22. However, the COVID-19 pandemic ultimately canceled the live event. ESL was not ready to completely abandon the event, as they have now pivoted the entire structure to several online, regional-based tournaments, which will begin on March 28.

Instead of a Major DPC event, ESL One LA will now consist of five regional leagues – Europe/CIS, North America, South America, China and Southeast Asia – with individual prize pools for each.

Which Teams Will be Playing At ESL One LA?

Each of the five regions involved in the new-look event will feature a varying number of teams competing for their respective prize pools. The region with the most teams is EU/CIS, which will host 16 teams. China will have six teams while NA, SA and SEA will all have four.


  • Team Secret
  • OG
  • Team Liquid
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • Team Nigma
  • Alliance
  • Natus Vincere
  • Virtus.Pro
  • Gambit Esports
  • Team Spirit
  • Hellraisers
  • B8
  • Cyber Legacy
  • Gentleman
  • Two Unannounced Teams

North America

  • Evil Geniuses
  • Chaos Esports Club
  • Business Associates
  • Cr4zy

South America

  • Beastcoast
  • Thunder Predator
  • Furia
  • No-Ping Esports


  • Invictus Gaming
  • Vici Gaming
  • Newbee
  • Royal Never Give Up

Southeast Asia

  • Fnatic
  • Geek Fam
  • Team Adroit
  • Boom Esports

Prize Pool at ESL One LA

Each of the five regions will have their own individual prize pools, corresponding with the number of teams competing. Europe/CIS will have the largest at $200,000, followed by China at $55,000 and each of North America, South America and SEA with a prize pool of $40,000.

Where to Watch

The games will all be broadcast live on Twitch across the ESL network.