Blast Premier World Final | Esport Fantasy
The ultimate test of esport knowledge and skill. Join our fantasy tournament as the top 8 teams in the world battle it out for glory in the season finale.🏆
Blast World Finals Tournament Format
- Two double-elimination format (GSL) Groups
- Each group has four teams
- All matches are Bo3
- Top three teams from each group advance to the Playoffs
- Group stage winners advance to the Semifinals
- Group stage runners-up advance to the Quarterfinals as the High Seeds
- Group stage 3rd place teams advance to the Quarterfinals as the Low Seeds
- Single-Elimination bracket
- All matches are Bo3
There will be no wipe periods this tournament. The team you make first is the one you will have the entire tournament, unless you use your 2 sell tokens.
🏆 1st place:
- ★ Huntsman Knife | Tiger Tooth (FN)
- M42 Wireless
- ★ Shadow Daggers | Tiger Tooth (FN)
- K4 TKL RGB
- M4A1-S | Golden Coil (FT)
- MZ1 – ZY’S RAIL
- FAMAS | Commemoration (MW)
- AK-47 | Legion of Anubis (FT)
- StatTrak™ SG 553 | Colony IV (WW)
*You might not get the exact GP5 mousepad as displayed on the image above.
Bonus Giveaway league!
We are hosting a giveaway league! Join it with the code: 5AoTNH9UaM
We will be picking a random winner that will win: StatTrak™ Desert Eagle | Naga (FN)
The top 3 winners will gain the rank: World Finals 2022
The top 3 winners will receive this blast premier world finals avatar:
Fantasy Game Info
Tournament timezone: UTC+4
1 Kill = +0.4 points
1 Assist = +0.2 points
1 Death = -0.15 points
KD-rating = 0-4 points
- KD-rating: 0.8-1.0 = 1 point
- KD-rating: 1.01-1.2 = 2 points
- KD-rating: 1.21-1.5 = 3 points
- KD-rating: 1.51+ = 4 points
Winning a match series = 2 points
Losing a match series = 0 points
Point system in practice:
Every player in your "active roster" will receive points per series rather than per map. See a BO3 example below.
Map 1 = 11 points, map 2 = 12 points & map 3 = 9 points. In this case, that player would receive 32/3 = 10.7 points. Of course + the average KD rating in that series and the extra 2 points if that player's team won.
Welcome to the build phase, where you create your entire roster for the upcoming stage. If the tournament is short, there might only be 1 build phase which is the one at the start. If the tournament is longer with different stages, you might have the option to enter the build phase before the next stage. For example, you start by creating a team for the group stage. Then there is a pause before the playoffs. During this time, you will enter a new build phase where you can create a team for the playoffs. Read the info blog for the tournament to see if there are multiple build phases.
In the editing phase, you can change your captain and use your sell tokens. This phase takes place when no matches are playing during the day. It starts at 03:00 (Tournament timezone) and ends 1 hour before the day's first match.
During this phase, your lineup is locked, and you can't make any more changes. So sit back and cheer on your players. Hopefully, they will do well!
The captain feature gives a 50% point bonus to the player you have assigned as your Captain. If you want, you can set a Captain before the league starts, and the captain booster will stay on that player until you actively change it to another player. You have one captain swap every day, but you will lose your captain swap for the day if your Captain has started a match series.
Captain = 1.5x bonus points
Selling a player
You can sell and buy players (but use your player transactions wisely, you only have 2). When selling a player, you will be refunded the amount you purchased the player for. However, you can not sell a player if they are in a match. You will keep the points of your traded players for the remainder of the tournament. At the start of a tournament, you can have a maximum of 2 players from any team, but when you sell a player, you can bypass the limitation of 2 players from one section. So from the point of selling a player, you could have 3-4 players from one team (if you can afford them, of course). But remember that you only have 2 "Player-transactions" per tournament.
Player-transactions = 2
Point padding is given to teams that qualify further in the tournament and thus skip matches. We want players to be rewarded for picking the best teams, which is why we have point padding. If your team misses a match they will most likely receive an average point padding based on their tournament performance. This point padding is usually given when the match they skipped is being played. Static point padding (+6) is only given to teams if they start the tournament deeper in the bracket.
The Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the above Rules at its sole discretion and will inform users of any significant changes by publicly announcing them on the Website.