Fall Final 2023 is an offline S-Tier tournament that features several groups competing for the mouthwatering prize money. These teams are experts in Counter-Strike 2 and have made a habit of leaving it all on the floor for the premium prize. Every time this tournament is held, you can expect the best gaming experiences and the best odds on GGBet eSports. It’s even more funfair when you realize that the teams in this tournament are the cream of the crop of Counter-Strike Gaming.
Blast Premier History
The BLAST Premier Tournament was created in 2020 and has remained one of the biggest circuits in the CS calendar. It is owned and operated by Blast ApS and has its headquarters in Denmark.
The Counter-Strike 2 tournament features two splits; the Spring and Fall splits. Each league season lasts about 12 weeks, after which the split finals will be played. It is played in Copenhagen, at the Royal Arena, and has prizes worth $425,000.
There are two groups of 4 teams each, with each fixture being a BO3 affair. The best qualifying teams directly proceed to the semifinals, while other teams (runners-up and third place), play more qualifying rounds. The winner of this tournament will part with $200,000, and get immediate qualification to the World Finals.
BLAST PREMIER: Fall Final 2023
This year’s tournament promises to be one of the best yet. Why? No team that made it to the podium was given a handout. Every team had to pass through qualification to make it to the Fall Final 2023. The teams in the tournament include;
- FaZe Clan
- Ninjas in Pyjamas
- Team Vitality
So, which teams do we predict as the favourites?
- FaZe Clan: This team has gained undeniable clout for itself, given its achievements in CS:GO, in recent years. It seems they’re even getting stronger as they’ve won the Thunderpick World Championship, and IEM Sydney, this season. And, with the signing of Ropz who has done well since his arrival, coupled with the agony of the loss in the last finale, FaZe Clan could make up for their loss last season and win this one.
- Complexity: This team was the runner-up in the IEM 2023 Sydney, and will be looking to straighten their scepter by bagging this tournament. Complexity is one of the topmost NA CS:GO teams and can give anyone a run for their money on a good day.
- Heroic: This team won the just concluded BLAST PREMIER: tournament and could be in the running for this one. While their team has seen some drama in recent times, there’s always that expertise that comes with this team, especially when cadiaN will be available for what looks like his final performance playing for Heroic.
On A Final Note
This tournament remains one of the most recognized in the world of competitive Counter-Strike. So, it’s little wonder there’s enormous anticipation and preparation for the action to get underway. It begins on November 22, 2023, and will end on November 26, 2023. Apart from following the live happenings, and being on edge supporting your favourite CS:GO team, there are other lucrative ways you can enjoy this tournament; say betting on GGBet, for instance. Choose any team you think will do your bidding, and wager on them.