The Blast Premier Series is right around the corner and this is a great thing. In fact, we are talking about the BLAST Premier Global Final, which will be taking place on Tuesday, January 19, and that is going to be some spectacle! With $1 million on the line, we can see how the world’s CS: GO elite will do their absolute best to vie for some proper cash prizes but also the right to dominate the rest of the competitive pack. It’s in this context that you are invited to bet on CSGO matches and support the teams you root for.
With the event lined up with some outstanding options, you will certainly not miss some great games to place a wager on. We are talking about Evil Geniuses, NiKo, G2 Esports, FURIA Esports, and myriad other organizations that are continuously dominating the global scene and are now coming together to bring you an A-grade CS: GO showdown.?
Are You Ready for the Blast Pro Premier Finals?
You better be. This year promises to be every bit as fun as you can expect from a CS: GO showdown. With the PGL event now featuring a $2 million prize pool, the BLAST Finals will be your first taste of high-grade competitive event.
And, Tuesday will give start to some pretty interesting matches that will feature numerous accomplished teams and not least Team Vitality, who almost topped BLAST and IEM Beijing, demonstrating their ability to come out of difficult situations and upend their fortunes in a stunning fashion.
The event will also see the brand new FalleN, which will take on S1mple, while Team Liquid will be playing Natus Vincere. Once the dust of the first event has settled, spectators will be happy to find out that there is January 21 and January 23 upper and lower bracket events.
The final should take place on January 24, and the winner will, of course, walk away with the heftiest bit of the prize pool, some $600,000, which is definitely worth playing for. Once the event is completed, the CS: GO community will take a very brief pause until February 4. That’s when the Blast Spring 2021 Season kicks off in full gear. (Provigil)
Plenty of CS: GO Action in 2021
If there is one thing we ought to be relieved about, that is the variety of events coming to the CS: GO circuit this year. Apart from the BLAST Premier Series which are clearly going to continue throughout this year and even expand further despite all odds, there are many other worthwhile events worth mentioning.
Late in the year, we will witness the highest prized event in the history of the game, to name the PGL Stockholm Major, which features a $2 million prize pool and will definitely attract some attention from up-and-coming as well as established teams.
CS:GO has plenty to offer this year, and this is very good news indeed. You can also benefit from that either as a spectator or someone who’s interested in placing a quick wager.?