Counter Strike: GO

Match Winner

In CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) , a "Match Winner" prediction is one where you simply wager on which team you believe will win the match.
If you place a bet on Team A to be the Match Winner, you will win the bet if Team A wins the match. On the other hand, if you place the bet on Team B, you will win if Team B wins the match.
CS:GO matches are usually played in a best-of-one, best-of-three, or best-of-five format. So, the team that wins the majority of the games (maps) is declared the match winner.

Maps Handicap

"Maps Handicap" in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting is a type of wager where a hypothetical advantage (handicap) is given to one of the teams in terms of maps won.
For instance, if Team A is favored to win, they might have a handicap of -1.5 maps. This means they start with a "deficit" of 1.5 maps. To win this bet, Team A must win by more than 1.5 maps, so in a best-of-three series, they would need to win 2-0.
On the other hand, if you bet on Team B, who is given a +1.5 maps advantage, you'd win the bet if Team B wins the match outright or loses by only one map (for example, 2-1 in a best-of-three series).
This type of bet is designed to balance the playing field when there's a clear favorite and underdog, and it provides an opportunity to win a bet even if you're backing the team that loses the match, as long as the map deficit is smaller than the handicap.

Maps Total

In CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting, "Maps Total" is a type of wager where you bet on the total number of maps that will be played in a match.
The sportsbook sets a line for this total, and bettors can wager on whether they believe the actual number of maps played will be over or under this number.
For example, in a best-of-three series, the sportsbook might set the line at 2.5. If you bet on 'over', you're predicting that the match will reach the third map (i.e., each team will win one of the first two maps). If you bet on 'under', you're predicting that the match will be decided in just two maps (i.e., one team will win both of the first two maps).
It's important to note that this type of bet doesn't take into account which team wins the match, but rather the total number of maps played in the match.

Rounds Handicap

"Rounds Handicap" in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting is a type of wager where one team is given a hypothetical advantage or disadvantage, measured in rounds.
For instance, if Team A is expected to win, they might be given a handicap of -4.5 rounds. This means that they start the game with a 'deficit' of 4.5 rounds. To win the bet, Team A must win the map by more than 4.5 rounds.
On the other hand, if you bet on Team B, who start with a +4.5 rounds advantage, you'd win the bet if Team B wins the map, or if they lose by fewer than 4.5 rounds.
This type of bet aims to level the playing field between the teams when there's a clear favorite and underdog, allowing bettors to potentially win even if they bet on the team that loses the map, as long as the round deficit is smaller than the handicap.

Map 1 Winner

"Map 1 Winner" in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting is a type of bet where you wager on which team will win the first map of the match.
When you place a bet on the "Map 1 Winner," you're predicting which team will come out on top in the first map. If you place a bet on Team A, and Team A wins the first map, you win your bet. If Team B wins the first map, you lose your bet. This type of bet is independent of the overall outcome of the match.

Map 1 Rounds Handicap

"Map 1 Rounds Handicap" in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting is a wager where one team is given a hypothetical advantage or disadvantage, measured in rounds, for the first map of the match.
Let's say Team A is favored to win, and they are given a handicap of -4.5 rounds. This means Team A starts the first map with a 'deficit' of 4.5 rounds. To win the bet, Team A must win the map by more than 4.5 rounds.
Conversely, if you bet on Team B, who has a +4.5 rounds advantage, you'd win the bet if Team B wins the first map, or if they lose the map by fewer than 4.5 rounds.

Map 1 Total Rounds Odd/Even

"Map 1 Total Rounds Odd/Even" is a type of bet in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting where you wager on whether the total number of rounds played in the first map will be an odd or even number.
For example, if a match on the first map ends with a score of 16-14, the total number of rounds played is 30 (an even number). If you had bet on 'even', you would win the bet. If you had bet on 'odd', you would lose.

Map 1 Overtime Will Be or Not

"Map 1 Will Be Overtime or Not" is a type of bet in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting where you wager on whether the first map of the match will go into overtime or not.
In CS:GO, a map goes into overtime when the two teams are tied after all the regular rounds have been played. For instance, in a standard game with 30 rounds, if the score is 15-15 at the end, the game goes into overtime.
When you place a bet on "Map 1 Will Be Overtime", you're predicting whether the first map will end in a tie after the standard number of rounds, leading to overtime. If you bet on 'Yes', you're betting that the first map will end in a tie and go into overtime. If you bet on 'No', you're betting that the first map will not end in a tie and will not go into overtime.

Map 1 Total Rounds

"Map 1 Total Rounds" is a type of bet in CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) betting where you wager on the total number of rounds that will be played in the first map of a match.
The game sets a line for this total, usually as a decimal like 26.5, and bettors can wager on whether they believe the actual number of rounds played will be over or under this number.
For example, if you bet 'over' on a line of 26.5, you're predicting that the first map will have 27 rounds or more. If you bet 'under', you're predicting it will have 26 rounds or fewer.
This type of bet doesn't consider who wins the map or the match. Instead, it's solely based on the total number of rounds played in the first map.

​