BLAST WASTES NO TIME AND PRESENTS NEW DATES FOR 2021 PREMIER TOURNAMENTS
This is what I call expediency! – Even while the Premier Fall Season is still taking place, the folks at BLAST are already working on the fine details of next year’s Spring & Fall Season editions of the popular Counter Strike Mega tournament.
The one-hundred + teams planned to take part in next year’s Premier seasons will join the twelve best CS:GO teams from the 2020 season, making this upcoming edition of the Premier competition the largest one to date in participation figures. The Spring portion has been scheduled to begin as early as by February 4th, 2021.
Before we dig deeper into the released information on the next Premier seasons, let us take a closer look at the hottest betting odds for the ongoing BLAST Premier Fall Season 2020, courtesy of our dear friends at gaming hub LevelUp.bet.
BLAST Premier Fall Season – Betting Odds*
November 2nd, 2020
|10:30 AM ET||Astralis||-2500||VS||MiBR||+1100|
|1:00 PM ET||FURIA||-154||VS||G2||+126|
*Odds are subject to change.
In spite of a little bit of criticism received over the incessant nature of the BLAST-hosted events, Nicolas Estrup, key product manager for BLAST, stated that it is in the organizer’s main goals to avoid excess load of gameplay time for the involved players, and that the second season of the CS:Go tournament becomes the most successful one yet:
“It feels great to bring positive changes to our second year of BLAST Premier as we continue to work for a better schedule for the teams, players and everyone working in the circuit,” he continued: “We are committed to helping decrease player burnout and ensure that players have more breaks over the course of the year, and have planned our events and dates with this in mind.”
Take a look below at the main frame of the dual BLAST Premier tournament for 2021:
Spring Season: Feb 4-14, April 12-18 and June 16-20, 2020.
Fall Season: Aug 26-Sept 5th, Oct 12-17 and Nov 24-28, 2020.
The BLAST Premier 2021 Finals have been distantly set at December 14-18 dates, presumably. BLAST promised they would let the press know if any changes were made to schedule, and eFCKNsports will make sure to let you know ALL about it!
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