During the qualification for PUBG Showdown North American Dreamhack Austin a player has improvised an almost suicidal move to overturn the fate of the match. One of those events that would bet a lot would be won for as unlikely.
How many of you follow the professional PUBG circuit will have heard of accurate weapon selection and play tactics. It is a game that leaves room for many solutions to various situations, which means that the most skilled players can use the game mechanics, their weapons and their ingenuity to get out of the thorniest situations. The player called sharkOW has distinguished himself with one of these games.
The video below partially shows what happened and needs a bit of context. One of sharkOW's teammates is on the top floor of a house, with three enemies squatting downstairs. The small group of opponents is going to attack the player, at a numerical disadvantage, so sharkOW takes a big risk: he decides to drive his vehicle against his enemies and tries to invest them.
This is an extremely risky move, which would usually end in tragedy. Drivers of a UAZ are usually an easy target, especially from that position. Nevertheless, its audacity was enough to put in difficulty and overwhelm the enemy group, which did not have the readiness to react to this risky move. Thanks to sharkOW, the team manages to play some other battle, but they can not win the match at the end.
The eSports now have a large following and the debate around the matches is comparable to that of other sports competitions. It should therefore not be surprising that there is also some interest in betting on eSports.
Events of this type have therefore entered the betting world and we also have important names. On some sites, for example, you can explore the world of betting on eSports and browse to find out how our favorite events are listed.
At the moment among the most followed eSports we have Counter Strike GO, League of Legends, Defense of the Ancients 2, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Clash Royal, PUBG and Fortnite. These games are mainly followed by streaming, but now television has started broadcasting some matches to keep up, so much so that Sky has a dedicated channel.