The Blast Premier Fall Finals gets underway, dated from November 23 to November 27. The event is the second to last in this year. With the World Final scheduled for December 14 to December 18, it is ready to kick off the domain at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. On November 23, eight teams will square off in the Fall Finals, beginning their quest for victory. A portion of the $425,000 prize pool, of the BLAST Premier points, and the opportunity to compete for further victories at the World Final tournament comprise the ultimate prize. To acquire all the information regarding the BLAST Premier Fall Finals, one of the biggest CS:GO tournaments of 2022, start reading right from here.


History of Blast Premier

After being formally introduced by RFRSH Entertainment in 2020, BLAST Premier enters its third season in 2022. The BLAST Pro Series, which operated from 2017 to 2019, was eventually succeeded by BLAST Premier and it ceased operations. The league is predominantly based in North America and Europe, and each of these areas hosts Showdowns prior to the Spring and Fall Finals, which in turn lead into the December World Finals. 

The two seasons—Spring and Fall—each of which lasts for around four months—are divided into separate tournaments. The Group Stage, Showdown competitions, and season finals are further divided into those seasons, and they all finally lead up to the World Finals.

The first World Final (previously called the Global Final), which was held from January 19–24, 2021, was won by Natus Vincere (Navi), who received $600,000 of the $1,000,000 in prize money.

After winning the World Finals in 2021 as well, Navi went on to dominate the BLAST World Finals. The squad is a serious contender in the November Fall Finals and has a good chance of competing in their third straight BLAST Premier World Finals as well as every World Finals in the competition's history.

Does the event remind you of sports betting arenas? Bettors worldwide are in search of the best operators just like BLAST Premier is in search of its best form to commence. BetMGM Ontario has tied up deals with its BetMGM International Resorts as well to keep the spirits high. However, CS:GO is always associated with betting as many bettors take interest in wagering, especially on their favorite players. 

Consider the popular eSports European side clan's announcement. FaZe Clan, a well-known European eSports team, today revealed the long-awaited signing of Russel "Twistzz" Van Dulken, a well-known figure in the CS:GO professional scene. He will right away join FaZe's CS:GO team, which already has a formidable lineup. Since Twistzz left Team Liquid in December of last year, the decision had been long anticipated and was well anticipated.


Twistzz has long been regarded as a shining and evolving star in the North American CS:GO community due to his incredible rifting strategies and intriguing gameplay techniques. When he joined Team Liquid in the beginning of 2017, his true potential was seen. His unorthodox performances played a crucial role in Team Liquid's outstanding 2019 campaign, which is regarded as one of the best campaigns in the illustrious team's history. A great era, however, came to an end about three and a half years later in December 2020, when Team Liquid and Twistzz mutually decided to call it quits. Twistzz instantly stated his objectives. He was obviously interested in joining and seeing the European competitive spirit, CS:GO scene, and the eSports media wasted no time in linking him to a move to FaZe Clan, who were also looking for a top-notch rifter.

Format of the Fall Finals Premier


The group stage of the Fall Finals will commence on November 23 and include eight teams competing in a double-elimination bracket. The remaining six teams advance to the playoffs, while the lowest two are eliminated. The Bo3 or the best of three rule is used to select the group stage matches, and the semi-finalists advance from this level. While the third-placed teams advance to the low-seed quarter finals, the second-place runners up advance to the high-seed quarter finals.

The teams will engage in Bo3 matches in a single-elimination format if they reach the playoffs. The eight teams are vying for the opportunity to represent their country at the World Final, which will take place in December, in addition to a portion of the tournament's prize money. The champions of other non-BLAST Premiers as well as the top-ranked teams on the BLAST Premier Global Leaderboard, which is determined by their performances in the year's greatest leagues and tournaments, will join the winner of each season's final there at World Finals. 

BLAST Premier Fall Finals Teams

The Fall Finals will include eight teams in total, divided into groups A and B. The following are the teams from Group A:

  • Heroic 
  • FaZe Clan
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • OG

Respective teams in Group B are:

  • G2 eSports
  • Fluxo
  • Natus Vincere (Navi)
  • Team Liquid 

Go enjoy the online stream of this amazing and exciting event now.