RFRSH announce BLAST Pro Series Moscow

Jun 18 2019 2 min read

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RFRSH Entertainment has announced BLAST Pro Series Moscow 19 will be held from September 13 – 14 at the VTB Arena, Moscow, Russia. Winstrike will serve as co-producers and will manage both the regional and local promotion for the CS:GO tournament. Tickets will go on sale at 11:00 on Wednesday and the venue is part of the $1.5 million VTB stadium complex which can seat 12,000 spectators.

Only three of the total six teams have been selected, namely Na’Vi, NiP and ENCE. The remaining openings will be given to a combination of local qualifier winners and top international teams. This is the fifth tournament out of seven, whereby the four teams with the most accumulated points throughout the series earn the right to compete at the BLAST Pro Series Global Final. NiP sits at the top of the selected teams with 10 points, followed by Na’Vi with 8.

Nicolas Estrup, Director of Product and Experience at BLAST Pro Series had this to say,

“The teams play to win the iconic BLAST trophy and their share of the prize pool, but they are also there for the fans. All teams will play live on stage, and the crowd is sure to see their favourite players go at it.”


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