by on December 3, 2021

DOTA 2 is a computer team game in the MOBA genre.

The title of 'best MOBA game' is a hotly contested one, and often reduced to two warring champions: League of Legends and Dota 2.

Moneyline Bets
Spread Bets
Over-Under Bets
Prop Bets
Kill Spreads
Newcomers have a difficult time understanding some Esports odds, but they largely function like the odds you see in traditional sports. As with most Esports, the most prevalent Dota 2 betting  is the moneyline bet. In this type of wager, you are simply betting on which team wins the match. You see more best-of-three series in Dota 2 than you do in League of Legends, so spread bets are more frequent too. With a spread bet, you are betting on a team to cover a game spread in the series that is set at -1.5 games for short three-game series.

There are other odds for Dota 2 that you will see listed at online sportsbooks. Typically, there is an over/under on how many maps will be played and there is a total listed for the length of time a game will take to finish. Bigger matches will also have prop bets where you can bet on which team gets the first kill (first blood), the first team to 10 kills, and the over/under on the number of kills in the game. Additionally, kill spreads have become increasingly popular as Dota 2 is far friskier than other MOBAs in terms of fights.

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