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BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020 Completed

BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020

Jan 19, 2021Jan 24, 2021

The culmination of many BLAST Premier events is about to enter their final chapter, as the BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020 will take place. It is by far the biggest BLAST event to be held in the company's existence, which is shown by the enormous prize pool consisting of $1,000,000 USD, and the teams that will be participating.

Many teams have competed throughout the year across multiple BLAST Premier tournaments so that in the end 8 teams would earn their spot at this huge event.

So get ready to watch one of the biggest tournaments take place in the history of Counter-Strike.

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BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020 is being held in Europe Europe

Prize pool


Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020 - because they are on the rise or is the best players right now. Use the information with common sense and don't use our subjective assessment in games or betting if you do not agree.

Winning the BLAST Spring Americas Finals with his team and qualifying for Global Finals is one of many noticeable things about Brehze. He’s the player that shows us, that NA CS should be taken just as seriously as European CS.

Ending the year 2020 by beating Team Liquid 3-0 and remaining #1 in the world, Astralis showed once again, why they can remain the best of the best. dupreeh with his teammates as usual show presence at the top 20 over best players of 2020.

FURIA is one of the better teams of 2020 according to BLAST. Parting ways with HEN1 and the addition of JUNiOR makes them even stronger. But yuurih is the man of the hour, and will have to perform on top level, to bring home victory.

Newest addition to Team Liqiud, FalleN, will have some big shoes to fill, after Liquid parting ways with Twistzz. Being off the scene since the dismissal of MIBR, it’s unclear how his performance will shine through. But for such a talented player, we’re confident he will do fine.

Playing as stand-in for Astralis back in summer 2020 and now standing-in for compLexity, as poizon remains ill and unable to participate. JUGi will face the attention of all of us, going up against some of the best teams in the world.

Tournament format

The BLAST Premier Global Finals 2020 only features a Playoff Stage


- The Playoffs are played according to the Double-elimination bracket format

- All matches are BO3

The Final is a BO3