Blast Spring Finals

Welcome to Blast Spring Finals Fantasy Tournament!

Start date: 2022-06-15

End date: 2022-06-19

Group Stage:

  • Two double-elimination format (GSL) Groups
  • Each group has 4 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

Playoffs:

  • Single-Elimination bracket
  • All matches are Bo3

Prizes

BLAST SPRING FINALS

Global League by Xtrfy:

1st place wins:

★ Paracord Knife | Case Hardened (MW)

Xtrfy H1

2nd place wins:

★ AK-47 | Case Hardened (FT)

Xtrfy K4 TKL

3rd place wins:

★ Navaja Knife | Case Hardened (WW)

Xtrfy M4 RGB Wireless

4th place wins:

Mac-10 | Case Hardened (FN)

Xtrfy M4 RGB

5th place wins:

StatTrack Five-Seven | Case Hardened (MW)

Xtrfy GP5

6th place wins:

Xtrfy B4

The winners will receive an event exclusive Blast Premier Spring Finals 2022 avatar.

Phase System

Timeline

TIMEZONE FOR BLAST PREMIER: UTC+1

Building Phase

During this phase, you're usually building your line-up in the lead-up for the tournament to start. But you can also find yourself in a building phase in future tournaments, for example, between a group stage and play-offs. The rules for this phase are easy - FREE FOR ALL! - You can do whatever edits you want to your line-up. The only restriction you have is that you can't see other player's line-up.

Edit Phase

This phase is a new edition to our E-GO Fantasy experience, and you'll continuously enter the "EDIT Phase" during an ongoing tournament. We'll base all our phases on the time zone where the tournament is played, and the "EDIT Phase" starts every day at 03:00, and it will continue until there are 60 minutes before the first match for the day (original schedule). During the editing phase, you can swap captain and bench how many times you want, and you can use your sell-tokens. This means that if there are no matches for a day, the "EDIT Phase" will last for the entire day

Lock Phase

As stated in the segment about the "EDIT phase", this period starts 60 minutes before the first match for the day. And this is also a new edition to our E-GO Fantasy Experience, and it's also effortless to explain - you can't do anything in regards to your line-up. The "LOCK Phase" will end whenever the next "EDIT Phase" or "BUILDING Phase" starts. This is when the games in the tournament are played, and you receive your points for your active line-up.

Point System

Here is the point system we will be using in the Blast Premier: Spring Showdown tournament

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: 1.1-1.2 = 2 points
  • KD-rating: 1.3-1.5 = 3 points
  • KD-rating: 1.5+ = 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 that series.

Captain Feature

The captain feature gives a 50% point bonus to the player you have assigned as your Captain. If you want, you can assign 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 of them). 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 3-54 players from one team (that is, if you can afford them, of course). But keep in mind that you only have 2 "Player-transactions" per tournament.

Player-transactions = 2

Point Padding

Suppose you have players that play well and thus qualify for the main event fast. They will then be given point padding for every missed match. So let's say NAVI goes 3-0, which means they will be cutting 2 matches. This gives them 5x2 point padding, so 10 extra points. These points are given out during the 4th and 5th matches. Selling your player once they score 3-0 will not give you any point padding. So here is where you decide to either keep them for the stable point padding or if you want to sell them and risk higher points from somebody still competing. You can not boost the point padding with the captain role.

Point padding = 6 points for every match-series the team does not play.

Available E-GO Leagues

Global League

Endnotes

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 announcing the changes publicly on the Website.

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