Sure wins for the Holiday Season – HellRaisers vs Valiance

We’re doing a series of sure win predictions to help everyone have a wonderful holiday season. Yes, we did say a ‘series of sure win predictions’. Our last sure win prediction was on the match between Vega Squadron and Tricked Esports, and it was spot on. Vega Squadron defeated Tricked Esports, and made a lot of money for fans of Esportsranks.com following this series. If you missed out on the first prediction, there’s nothing to worry about, because here’s another one. And there will be another in a few hours, with each prediction being a sure shot to lots of winnings. So stay with us this holiday season, and give yourself a lot to celebrate going into the new year. Today we’re going to take a look at Hellraisers vs Valiance in the LOOT.BET Cup.


HellRaisers’ gameplay with their current lineup

HellRaisers seem to be having difficulties at the moment, since one of their players has left the team, and FejtZ is currently standing in for Zero. But this doesn’t mean that they aren’t performing well. They have already played fifteen online matches and won ten of them, which gives them a win rate of sixty six percent. They have defeated Astralis, mousesports and G2 Esports in online matches with their current roster. Astoundingly enough, they recently defeated FaZe Clan as well.


Valiance’s chance against HellRaisers

Valiance was formed by acquiring all the Binary Dragons players. While the team is a new one, the players are not. Valiance’s current lineup have played two hundred and sixty one online matches, most of those under the Binary Dragons’ banner. They have won one hundred and sixty nine matches together, so the Valiance roster have a win rate of sixty five percent in online matches. However, we must note here that they still haven’t been able to defeat any pro team, and this considerably favors HellRaisers.


HellRaisers’ maps stats

Not every map has been played by Hellraisers’ current roster. Out of seven official maps, they have played just five. This includes Inferno and Cache with no loss, Overpass with a sixty seven percent win rate, and Cobblestone with fifty percent. Their only weak map is Mirage, with two losses to one win.


Valiance’s capabilities in different maps

Valiance seem to ban Overpass in every match, so that their their current roster have never played the map. Their best map is Cache, with a seventy three percent win rate, and Mirage with a seventy percent win rate. They are also good in Nuke, with a sixty nine percent win rate, and in Inferno with sixty three percent. Their average maps are Train, with a fifty six percent win rate, and Cobblestone, with fifty two percent.


Can Valiance beat HellRaisers?

Even though Valiance’s stats seem to show very good performances, they are still inexperienced against pro teams. These are going to be best of three matches, and it is going to be even harder to beat a pro team here. If it were a best of one match, there might have been some possibility of a win for Valiance, but a best of three is different. HellRaisers are in a completely different league from Valiance, but if you still do not trust them, we have one more sure win coming up today, Mousesports Vs Nemiga Gaming.

Go ahead and bet on Hellraisers if you like, though, because the odds are running at 1.32 on them, and every little bit extra that you win adds to your reserves for the future. Just look at our last successful sure win in this series, Vega Squadron vs Tricked Esport, and know that you’re going to miss out on winnings if you don’t take advantage of this slew of successful predictions.

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