EMEA Masters Spring 2023 Odds

Tons of New Competition, Looking for Big Performances

The EMEA Masters Spring 2023 League of Legends tournament is just around the corner, and teams are ready to make a name for themselves! The EMEA Masters is the new name for the European (EU) Masters, which sees the best League of Legends teams from the various EMEA Regional Leagues, including the UK/Ireland/Nordics/Maltese NLC.

Teams from the Türki̇ye Championship League and Arabian League will join the best sides at the tournament for the first time this year. In addition, the best teams from the 11 other ERLs in the League of Legends ecosystem will join them. This includes the Elite Series, Esports Balkan League, Greek Legends League, Hitpoint Masters, La Ligue Française, Liga Portuguesa de League Of Legends, Northern League Of Legends Championship, PG Nationals, Prime League, Superliga, and Ultraliga.

Participating Teams

Twenty-eight teams will compete. In this issue, 12 of them are waiting in the group stage, as in the case of the two Spanish representatives, and they expect the remaining four classified teams to emerge from the 16 teams that will start fighting from the Play-In this Thursday.

Play-in Teams

Papara Super Massive
aNC is left behind
Partisan Esports
Diamond Esports
GTZ Esports
White Dragons
WLGaming Esports
Anorthosis Famagusta Esports
KRC Genk Esports
Team 07:00
Geekay Esports

Group Stage Teams

Movistar Drivers
Unicorns of Love Sexy Edition
SK Prime Gaming
Team Go
DenizBank Istanbul Wild Cats
FUT Esports
Zero Perseverance
Orbit Anonymous
Riddle Esports
Macko Esports


EMEA Masters Spring 2023 will feature a total of 28 teams that will compete against each other for four weeks. Twelve teams will qualify directly to the group stage, while the remaining 16 will go through play-ins.


The play-ins stage starts on April 4th, where the 16 teams will split into four groups in a double round-robin. The top two from each group go to Knockouts, where the best four qualify for the second phase (matches will be Bo3).

Depending on the strength and importance, each region will get three or two seeds, with some regions getting one or two seeds to the group stage and others getting both teams in play-ins. The play-in schedule is as follows:

  • April 4th
  • April 5th
  • April 7th

Group Stage

At this point, the 16 teams left will go at it again in a double round-robin, with the top two of each group advancing to the next stage. Afterward, the group Stage will begin on April 11th with a Bo1 format for matches. These matches will be the best for LoL esports betting.

  • April 11th
  • April 12th
  • April 13th
  • April 14th

Knockout Stage

The knockout stage sees the eight best teams competing in a Bo5 single elimination bracket. Starting with the Quarterfinals on April 18th and the Grand Final on April 29th. Below is the schedule for the Knockout Stage:

  • Quarterfinals: April 18th, 19th, 20th
  • Semifinals: April 25th, 26th
  • Grand Final: April 29th

EMEA Masters Spring 2023 Teams to Watch

The play-in matches are essential viewing for anyone betting on League of Legends odds. While the top teams have already qualified for the group stage, a couple of dark horses could make a run during the play-in stage.

Four teams are to watch during the EMEA Masters Spring 2023 tournament. Two are from the play-in stage, and two are in the group stage.

Play-in Stage Teams

KRC Genk Esports (+10000)

Genk esports is the esports division of the Belgium football club KRC Genk. They dominate the Elite Series and the other regional leagues they compete in yearly. However, they have not done well in any of the Master’s tournaments they’ve competed in. Although, this year could be different as they’ve built a new team based on their French powerhouse Jungle, Guertas.

Aegis (+12000)

Aegis is one of the newest teams competing in the EMEA Masters Spring 2023. They are the babies of the tournament! As an esports organization, Aegis formed in late 2022 and filled out the squad in January. Despite being so young, they still placed third in the LFL Spring 2023. They could be one of the dark horses to make it through the group stage.

Group Stage Teams

FUT Esports (+7500)

Like Aegis in the play-in stage, FUT Esports are one of the newest teams in the EMEA fold. The EMEA Masters Spring 2023 is their first major tournament. Surprisingly, they ran through the TCL Winter 2023 and placed second after suffering a single loss. They are a big esports organization that knows how to win, so expect big results from FUT.

LDLC OL (+1500)

The French super team, LDLC OL, is partnered with the massive French football club Olympique Lyonnais. They are one of the best teams in the tournament and have the pedigree to back it up. Last year they placed first in the Master’s Spring and second in the Master’s Summer tournaments. They just underwent a squad overhaul but built around their legendary Bot, Alan Roger, who has been with the team for eight years. We expect them to make another run to the Grand Final.

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