Odds to win Valorant Pop Flash North America

TSM Favored to Win Valorant Pop Flash North America

The newest esport out there is heating up as Pop Flash North America kicks off on August 26, bringing fans of Valorant some competitive action.

However, it’s not just fans who should be keeping an eye on this event, but bettors as well, as bookmakers have already opened up some exciting options for the tournament. Not only have some futures picks been announced, but you can also expect to see options for individual matches heading into this weekend.

Before we dive into the odds so far, make sure to check out our guide to Valorant, which will tell you everything you need to know about Riot Games’ competitive FPS.

Who’s playing at Pop Flash North America?

All of North America’s best will be showing up at Pop Flash, with household names like TSM, Gen.G and Cloud9 looking to take home the crown.

The event will kick off with play in two groups, followed by a double-elimination playoff bracket, all running from August 26 to August 30. TSM enters as a slight favorite for the event at +100 on and is the heavy favorite to win their group at -250.

Sentinels are the other team to watch, coming in at +150 to win it all and at -250 to win their group. The event is shaping up to be a two-horse race, but if you’ve followed Valorant, you’ll know that anything can happen.

You can find the groups and each team’s odds to win their group below:

Odds to Win Pop Flash NA Group A

Odds as of August 25 at Sportsbook

Odds to Win Pop Flash NA Group B
Team Envy+900

Odds as of August 25 at Sportsbook

TSM enters Pop Flash in red-hot form

There’s a reason TSM enters as the favorite for this event – they’re currently dominating the competition in North America. The top NA teams have played two events so far in August, the Knights Invitational Gauntlet Series and the FaZe Clan Valorant Invitational. TSM won both events in convincing fashion, taking down Sentinels, Gen.G and other top sides.

The lineup features some well-known North American CS:GO players, mixing veteran experience with up-and-coming talent to a deadly effect. Players like Stephen “reltuC” Cutler, Matthew “Wardell” Yu and Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik highlight the squad and have quickly emerged as some of Valorant’s best.


Can Sentinels reclaim the NA throne?

While TSM is currently the team to beat, it wasn’t long ago that Sentinels were the ones that North American Valorant teams feared. The team was only finalized on June 1 but almost immediately dominated the scene.

They took down all the big names in July, winning the PAX Arena Invitational with a dominant 3-1 victory over Cloud9 in the final, before taking down TSM at the 30Bomb: Summer Cup, once again very convincingly.

The team also has what is arguably the highest-profile lineup in the entire game. Overwatch League and world champion Jay “sinatraa” Won shocked the world by making a switch to Valorant, only months after becoming the player many considered to be the greatest of all time. Hunter “SicK” Mims also made an unexpected switch, despite being considered one of the best upcoming talents in CS:GO.

They’ve slowed down a bit in August but will no doubt be looking to come back in a big way at Pop Flash NA.

Is it finally Gen.G’s time to shine?

Gen.G has always been at the highest levels of North American Valorant but never quite the best. The team has won a few small events since joining the organization in May but has been falling short in recent months, with their results marred in second- to fourth-place finishes.

It’s not that they’re not good enough to win either. They’ve managed to defeat the likes of TSM and Sentinels before, just not when it mattered most.

We can expect Gen.G to put up another impressive showing here, no doubt reaching the playoffs, but the question remains: Can they finally win an event?

Odds to Win Pop Flash North America
Team Envy+1400

Odds as of August 25 at Sportsbook

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