BLAST Premier prepares to proclaim its fall champion

After more than a month of competition, the BLAST Premier Fall finals will leave us with the best international CS:GO with some of the best teams of the moment.

BLAST Premier, one of the great competitions of the year in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is ready for its autumn finals, which will put the end to an intense season that has been played in just a few months and in which the best teams in the world have been thanks to the trip of many teams to European territory to play online.

BLAST Premier, one of the great competitions of the year in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is ready for its late autumn, which will put the point and end to an intense season that has been played in just a few months and which have been the best teams in the world thanks to the trip of many sets to European territory to play online.

The regular season, as it happened in spring, divided the partner teams -although with some invitation for substitution in this case- in three different groups. This phase was played from October 26 to November 4 and served to determine the first six finalists, who also took a significant economic amount to win their groups.

The two remaining teams in each group had a second chance at the Showdown, a competition played from November 24th to 29th, in which these six teams, eight other guests and three from different qualifiers fought for the last two places in the finals.

After just over a month of competition, therefore, the eight finalists were defined: G2 Esports, OG and Team Vitality, as the first of the regular phase; Astralis, BIG and Natus Vincere, as the second; and FURIA Esports and Mousesports as the winners of the Showdown. It will be a tournament with a strong European character, as there is only one American team.

BLAST Premier, one of the great competitions of the year in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, is ready for its autumn finals, which will put an end to an intense season that has been played in just a few months and in which the best teams in the world have been thanks to the trip of many teams to European territory to play online.

The regular season, as it happened in spring, divided the partner teams -although with some invitation for substitution in this case- in three different groups. This phase was played from October 26 to November 4 and served to determine the first six finalists, who also took a significant economic amount to win their groups.

The two remaining teams in each group had a second chance at the Showdown, a competition played from November 24th to 29th, in which these six teams, eight other guests and three from different qualifiers fought for the last two places in the finals.

After just over a month of competition, therefore, the eight finalists were defined: G2 Esports, OG and Team Vitality, as the first of the regular phase; Astralis, BIG and Natus Vincere, as the second; and FURIA Esports and Mousesports as the winners of the Showdown. It will be a tournament with a strong European character, as there is only one American team.

Zywoo, world star of Counter-Strike, try your luck at VALORANTZywoo, world star of Counter-Strike, try your luck at VALORANT
Zywoo, world star of Counter-Strike, try his luck at VALORANT
The finals will begin on December 8 and will feature a double elimination box. All playoffs will be best-of-three and all teams will have a margin of error to return to the bottom draw in case they lose a series, so no one will be totally out until they add up to two losses. The grand final will be on December 13th.

The winner will win a significant financial prize: $225,000. He will also have the opportunity to participate in the global finals in January, where one million dollars will be at stake and where the spring champions are already waiting. Achieving a good position will also help the teams to get closer to this goal, as the four best teams of the circuit will have a place.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

18 + 14 =

Esport Betting
Esportbetting.net is not an online gambling operator, or a gambling site of any kind. We are simply here to provide information about sports betting for entertainment purposes. Sports betting and gambling laws vary by jurisdiction. We are not able to verify the legality of the information we provide, or your ability to use any sites that are linked to on this site, for every combination of your location, the sites’ location, and the type of service those sites provide. It is your responsibility to verify such matters and to know and follow your local laws.