BLAST Premier 2020 teams revealed

Dec 15 2019 2 min read

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BLAST has revealed all 12 teams that will be taking part in the BLAST Premier 2020 tournament series.  

Some of the world's top CS:GO teams were announced, such as Astralis, Evil Geniuses, and Team Liquid. The usual participants will also be there, like FaZe Clan, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and Natus Vincere. New additions include 100 Thieves, G2 Esports and Team Vitality

Team Vitality CEO, Nicolas Maurer said in a release regarding BLAST Premier 2020:

"BLAST came to all of the teams with a proposition that is set to transform the industry. We believe the BLAST approach of producing best in class entertainment will continue to attract large new audiences as a global series in cool locations, innovative format, and unique experiences. It was a no-brainer to participate for all the teams and players. We are excited to be competing against each other."

Here's the full team list for BLAST Premier 2020:

  • MIBR

  • Natus Vincere

  • Astralis

  • Team Liquid

  • FaZe Clan

  • Team Vitality

  • Ninjas in Pyjamas 

  • 100 Thieves

  • OG

  • G2 Esports

  • Evil Geniuses

  • Complexity Gaming

The tournament series begins in January with a London studio series and a setup that promises to bring fans even closer to the players than they've ever been before. It marks the Spring Season and will have the team's split into three groups of four. The top two teams from each will advance to the seasonal finals and be joined by two more teams from a "showdown" event. 

The Fall Season will follow later in the year using the same structure, while the Global Final will conclude the series. The final event will feature not just the best teams from the Spring and Fall seasons, but also the best-performing teams from non-BLAST events of the year. 

BLAST Premier 2020 features a total prize pool of $4,250,000. Each season will have $1,375,000 up for grabs, while the Global Final offers up $1,500,000. The global champions will take home $1,000,000, that's two-thirds of the final event's prize pool.


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