The Cricketer’s Quarantine Cup will have eleven competing counties that are split into two groups and will begin on April 12. Players from 11 first-class counties will face each other this summer by playing PS4 game Cricket 19. With professional cricket season that is delayed, The Cricketer is going to attract a lot of attention from fans and bookmakers. As for the other esports, our team at Cricketwinner.net will cover this event with the latest ecricket betting tips and predictions, the latest odds and top bookmakers offers. Make sure you bookmark this page which will be kept consistently updated by our esports betting tips team.
The Cricketer Quarantine Cup Betting
2020 The Cricketer Quarantine Cup Betting Tips | From Sunday 12th April To 12th May 2020
What is the format of Cricketer Quarantine Cup?
The Cricketer, competing teams, are split into two groups, and only the top two from each group will progress to the semi-finals.
Group 1 has Hampshire, Essex, Gloucestershire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire.
Group 2 has Sussex, Glamorgan, Surrey, Leicestershire and Kent
During the round-robin format, teams will play each other once in matches that are lasting five-overs-a-side. High profile players will represent their team, and there will also be top cricket commentators. You can watch the matches on The Cricketer’s YouTube channel.
Matches will be at 7pm on weekdays and weekends at 2pm and 5pm.
When Will The Cricketer’s Quarantine Cup Kick-Off?
The Cricketer’s Quarantine Cup will start on Easter Sunday which was the first day the domestic season was supposed to begin.
Cricketer Quarantine Cup Outright Betting Tips
It is going to be a close affair, and the fascinating thing is that there aren’t professional esports involved which makes everything more interesting, yet more difficult to predict. Our choice, however, after careful consideration of all the players and their skills is to back Gloucestershire who is represented by George Hankins.
Our Bet: Gloucestershire (George Hankins)
George Hankins has a clear background in cricket gaming and should do well in this competition. He is also well-motivated to defeat his old Millfield School friend Tom Moores.
Hankins is one of the more active gamers that is taking place in this competition. He plays FIFA and Call of Duty regularly at the weekend. He also owns Cricket 19 and has been playing the game before, even if not extensively. Generally, he has excellent experience with cricket games, as he played in Cricket 07 on different PlayStation consoles. Add to this, he has played Don Bradman Cricket too, so his CV is exciting.
Hankins has to be considered a solid contender, and it makes sense to back him now when the odds are still decent. A win in the group stage against old Millfield School friend Tom Moores of Nottinghamshire will surely give him the confidence needed to go all the way!