vs. FURIA Betting Predictions | CS_Summit 7 Match Analysis vs. FURIA Logos and CS_Summit 7 Logo

The BLAST Premier Global Final madness is all over, guys! Natus Vincere demolished Astralis in the grand finals and took the hefty $600,000 in prize money! Now, the CSGO betting community is slowly turning its attention to the next notable event, CS_Summit 7. Twelve teams, $200,000 in total prize money, and several outright favorites that could bring forth massive value!

Unsurprisingly, FURIA and have won their opening-round matches. In fact, we’ve covered VP’s adventure against NiP and correctly guessed the outcome. The return wasn’t that massive, but it was a fine way to start off our CS_Summit 7 betting experience, that’s for sure. vs. FURIA Predictions

What about this one? What about our vs. FURIA predictions? Well, the winners’ round matches are always tricky to nail down. It’s not just because of the winning momentum which, contrary to popular belief, does mean a lot… but because the bookmakers often skew the odds with no real logic behind the numbers.

Unfortunately, these numbers (value-wise) don’t look good for this one, but we’ll do our best and try to find optimal betting odds to suit both single and accumulator wagers!


Even though they’ve come into this event following a debacle on BLAST Premier Global Final, FURIA are still considered among the main favorites to take this one. Not even the fact that they don’t have their whole starting roster failed to stop them from beating Cloud9 in the opening round.

As for, they’re among the favorites too, but perhaps people don’t expect that much from them as they do from, let’s say, Heroic or FURIA. Still, with in-form Jame and always dangerous YEKINDAR, will fancy their chances of qualifying for the playoffs against FURIA.

Form-wise not much separates these two. FURIA’s 2020 was a breakthrough year, to say the least. With the absence of Liquid and the fact they mostly participated in NA events with EG as their biggest contenders, it’s safe to say FURIA had a solid year.

They did have issues against European teams later on, which is something we must keep in mind before cementing our vs. FURIA picks and predictions. are still living the dream following their Flashpoint S2 triumph last December. Heck, they closed the year off with another win (DH Open December), further establishing themselves as an up-and-coming behemoth.

Map Pool Stats

Let’s address the elephant in the room first – FURIA doesn’t have a single map on which they could claim superiority against Jame and the boys are one of the most well-versed European teams out there, meaning FURIA doesn’t stand a chance in the banning phase.

VP will have their way, for sure – they are the team that will come into this match with a winning stride.

Whether we’re talking about Vertigo, Overpass, or Inferno, VP is the dominant side here with over 70% win rate over the last three months of competitive play. Their stats extend to Dust 2, Mirage, and Train, but they’re slightly lower (still above 60%).

As for FURIA, they’ll fancy their chances on Inferno, though that’s the only map I can see them stealing from VP. If Jame and the boys do their calculations correctly, they might even ban Inferno right off the bat despite it being their strongest map… just to force FURIA to battle someplace else

Roster Strength and Readiness

As some of you may know, FURIA doesn’t have their newest arrival, junior, on this event; he’s out of the equation due to documentation issues. Honda, FURIA’s academy level prospect, is his replacement and let’s just say he didn’t have a good time against Cloud9. The same is to be expected against, meaning FURIA will be in an uphill struggle right from the first round.

On the other hand, Jame had an excellent outing against NiP… and we all know what a powerhouse he can become if he starts snowballing like this. As stated earlier, YEKINDAR (VP’s key player) was MIA against NiP, though it’s very unlikely he’ll have another poor performance against FURIA.

Everything points to the direction of VP, which is why our vs. FURIA picks are as follows.

Match Winner

Odds are courtesy of BetOnline. You can check out our BetOnline review here. And for users outside the United States check out Betway for odds.

I just have to go with here. The fact that they have a superior map pool, a complete roster, and key in-form players should be more than enough to push them through FURIA. Remember, the Brazilians had a fair share of issues against weak Cloud9, and is the kind of team that can and will exploit those issues.

Please Note:

YEKINDAR wasn’t at his best in the opening match. NiP targeted him from the first round and effectively blocked his round-to-round contribution. FURIA is not keen on selecting individual players – they do their thing and hope for the best… which means we’re likely to see YEKINDAR shine today.

As for our vs. FURIA predictions, I suggest going with a match-winner on VP. At -250, it offers a good balance between risk and return. Medium stake single is what I’m going with, you should too!

Donnie Mitchell / Author

Donnie hails from the Midwestern US and happily embraces the nerd stereotype. He likes writing about CS:GO, Overwatch, Fortnite, and anything esports-related, really. He also dabbles in the world of cryptocurrency and how that might tap into the esports betting world. Donnie stepped into the gambling side of esports just a few years back. Donnie is currently married and owns two large dogs, who may or may not be named after Mario and Luigi.

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