BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season Preview

One of the biggest upcoming eSports events is the BLAST Premier: Fall 2020.

The CS:GO event will feature a regular season, Showdown and Finals. We’ll be keeping our eSports readers up-to-date on the entire tournament as it progresses, starting with the regular season.

Initially, the regular season was going to be split into two divisions (European and American), but that was changed and now there will be one single online event based in Europe.


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BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season Format

Start Date: October 26th 2020 / End Date: November 4th 2020

There are three groups of four teams competing in the regular season.

Each group will use the double-elimination (GSL) format. All CS:GO matches during the event will be played best-of-three (BO3). Every team will advance to either the Showdown or Finals.

The top two teams from each group advance directly into the Finals, while the bottom two teams in each group will advance to the Showdown where they’ll have a chance to qualify for the Finals.


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BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season Prize Pool

There’s also cash up for grabs during the regular season. There’s a $150,000 prize pool.

Here’s the prize pool breakdown:

$25,000 (1st-3rd) - Winners in Group A/B/C

$12,500 (4th-6th) - Runner-ups in Group A/B/C

$7500 (7th-9th) - Third place in Group A/B/C

$5000 (10th-12th) - Fourth place in Group A/B/C

There’s some big money on the line during the regular season, but the big bucks will be rewarded to the top finishers of the Finals. The Finals will have a prize pool of $425,000 up for grabs.

The winning team of the BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Finals will win $225,000.

Teams Competing in the BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season

Here are the twelve teams that will be competing in the regular season later this month:

Group A:

Natus Vincere (NaVi)

Ninjas in Pyjamas (NIP)

Evil Geniuses (EG)

OG (OG)

Group B:

Team Vitality (Vitality)

Complexity (COL)

BIG (BIG)

FaZe Clan (FaZe)

Group C:

Astralis (Astralis)

MIBR (MIBR)

FURIA Esports (FURIA)

G2 Esports (G2)


Where to Bet on BLAST Premier - CS:GO Betting Sites


You can bet on the regular season, Showdown and Finals at PNXBet.

PNXBet – the leader in eSports betting – will have betting odds on all of the matches. You can also bet on the team you think will win the Finals outright in the futures betting markets.

The best CS:GO teams in the world will be competing in BLAST Premier: Fall 2020.

The twelve teams playing in the regular season will want to do their best to earn a top two finish in their respective groups because it guarantees them a chance at the $225,000 Finals 1st place prize.

Six of these teams will have to try and navigate the Showdown to earn a Finals spot. We’ll be back with more coverage from BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 once the regular season concludes.

In the meantime, bet on the regular season at PNXBet with a $100 new player bonus.

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