Everything You Need to Know About Blast Premier Spring Showdown
Are you a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) fan and love to participate in fantasy tournaments? Then you want to take advantage of the Blast Premier Spring Showdown. This exciting event brings together 16 of the best teams in the world to compete for a spot in the Blast Premier Spring Final and a share of the prize pool.
In this ultimate guide, we'll dive deep into the Blast Premier Spring Showdown, giving you all the information you need to get hyped for the upcoming tournament. From the format of the competition to the teams that will be playing, we'll cover it all so that you can be fully prepared to enjoy the tournament to the fullest.
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The Format and Schedule:
The Blast Premier Spring Showdown is a tournament that features 16 teams from around the world competing for a prize pool of $135,000. The competition is split into two regions: America and Europe.
The 16 teams are divided into two groups, eight teams in each. The regions play a simple Single Elimination bracket style where if you lose, you are eliminated. All matches are BO3. So be careful who you pick for your fantasy teams, as you don't want them to get eliminated early. You only have 1 sell token.
The tournament starts: March 29th
The tournament ends: April 2nd
The Blast Premier Spring Showdown brings together some of the best CS:GO teams worldwide. The 16 teams competing in the tournament include:
- Ninjas in Pyjamas
- Rare Atom
- Copenhagen Flames
- Team Liquid
- Evil Geniuses
While all teams have an excellent chance to win the tournament, there are some clear favourites based on their recent performances and ranking. Here are a few of the teams to keep an eye on during Blast Premier Spring Showdown.
- Cloud9 has recently added buster to their team, which has clearly not affected their performance due to their 7-match win streak as of writing this. Much thanks to Sh1ro and his godlike performance with the AWP in recent matchups.
- Liquid came in 3-4th place in IEM Katowice and is regarded as the best team from NA. Their position might change, however, based on how they perform in ESL Pro League, an event before Spring Showdown.
- Fnatic recently qualified for the ESL Pro League playoffs, thanks to the danish AWPer Nicoodoz, who did good numbers during the event. Although they lost to teams like G2 and Outsiders. Fnatic is yet to go up against Cloud9.
How to participate in the Blast Premier Spring Showdown Fantasy Tournament?
We have recently activated the tournament in our App and on our Web. You get to act as a CS:GO Coach to create a team for this tournament. It's completely free to compete, and you will have a chance at great prizes.
- First, create an account over at: https://play.egoapp.gg/
- Then, enter the Blast Premier Spring Showdown tournament.
- From here, you have $1000, which you can use to build the perfect team.
- Once you are happy with your team, submit it, and you are on the leaderboard, competing against the other players.
FAQs about the Blast Premier Spring Showdown
Q. What is the prize pool for the Blast Premier Spring Showdown Fantasy Tournament?
A. The prize pool is yet to be announced. Join our discord server to get the latest news: https://discord.gg/8zYGcRjdHk
Q. Can I participate in the Blast Premier Spring Showdown Fantasy Tournament from anywhere in the world?
A. No, it's essential that you read our Participation Rules before competing.
Q. My points need to be corrected; how do I get help?
A. Please ping us on Discord; we will try to correct the points as soon as possible.
Q. What do the phases mean?
A. Build phase: Create your team. - Edit phase: Change captain & Use sell tokens.- Game phase: Cheer on your players, your team is locked.