CSGO’s Blast Premier Series Moves forward with Group A

It’s about to launch at the Blast Premier Series. 12 teams will go down for a regular Spring Season at the 3 Mills Studio in London, England, from 31 January to 16 February. Group A will start with a strong group during the regular season. $300,000 is eligible for each party with a share of $100,000. Teams will attend to the first big Blast Global Series LAN meet, the enticing Spring 2020 Finals.

Like all regular season brackets, three groups are used to decide who progresses from the group by using a double elimination system. The two leading teams will then compete in the June final of the Blast Premier Spring.

The losing teams then take part in the Spring Showdown in Blast Premier. The two Spring Showdown champions will be replaced by the 6 successful teams. We then prepare for the finals of the season in expectations of qualifying at the end of 2020 for the world finals.

Blast Premier Series is the first major CS:GO event for all Group A players and in 2020. That’s why this tournament means a lot to each team that wants to continue their year.

FaZe Clan is a band that reformed at the end of 2019. Their end in 2019 brought a little more confidence on the squad, as it took David a while to establish himself in the team when he joins Marcelo “Coldzera.” Their first LAN win as a new roster was their first Blast Pro Series triumph in Copenhagen in November.

This was their only true victory, even as this momentum was great. They finished in 9-12th place during the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals, the last major event of 2019 featuring several top teams. If FaZe Clan is to send a message that its revival hasn’t been a one-hit-wonder at this case.

With a brand new year, NiP will reach 2020. Not long ago, they announced the final departure of Patrik “f0rest” Lindberg, the last Member of their initial golden age party. With NiP taking part in their first event with another aura around its team, this is an opportunity for NiP to write in their book a new chapter. Nonetheless, the quality they’re going to be is not obvious. We can only peek at the first page of the day.

Team Liquid didn’t have the best CSGO year. Nevertheless, when August’s StarLadder Major squad was at the top, the roster dropped a little. Team Liquid has fallen under the shadows for most of 2019’s closing year. The team, however, had obvious concerns before they emerged. Their first appearance since the long break, Team Liquid’s new start. This break may be different, while the calendar’s last break was partly responsible for its heavy results decline. Team Liquid has a real chance to resurface in this group stage.

Unlike the FaZe Clan, MiBR is a talent-changing organisation in its roster. In this group stage, MiBR is also on the boat to push and gain valuable network experience together. The machine was already known for its accomplishments. This tournament is a taste of new vision for MiBR with Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo.

At 7:30 a.m., FaZe and NiP start the season Today. Team Liquid and MiBR are followed by PST.