One of the biggest CS:GO circuits returns to Portugal with the BLAST Premier Spring Final to be played between this Wednesday and next Sunday, the day of the Grand Final, at Altice Arena, in Lisbon.
The time has come to welcome the best teams in the world to Lisbon and the group stage of the BLAST Premier Spring Final starts this Wednesday with the following clashes:
FaZe vs paiN – 10h00
G2 vs Vitality – 13h00
Natus Vincere vs OG – 16h00
ENCE vs BIG – 19h00
Thursday will be followed by the decisive group stage games, both qualifying and elimination. The quarter-finals are scheduled for Friday (with games at 15:30 and 19:00). The Altice Arena in Lisbon opens its doors to fans on Saturday and Sunday for the semi-finals and finals, respectively. On Saturday, the matches have the same time as the previous day, 15:30 for the first game and 19:00 for the second.
The entire tournament will be played in BO3 and the Grand Final is scheduled for 5:30 pm on Sunday, where a large influx of fans from all over the world is expected to see the best teams in the competition.
The showmatch that will take place on June 19 at BLAST Premier has news and a luxury duo has just joined the SAW trio. The two elements of Fourteen, Ricardo “fox” Pacheco and Paulo “pr” Silva will participate in the match against the All-Star team of BLAST. The game marks the return to the server of the duo “fox” and Christopher “MUTiRiS” Fernandes, a moment long awaited by fans.
The game will be played before the Grand Final at Altice Arena, which will crown the winner of the Spring Finals with a prize pool of $425,000.
BLAST Premier Spring overview
FaZe arrives as a favorite to win this tournament, but ENCE threatens to be one of the great candidates for victory after the good performance at IEM Dallas, even as a Janusz “snax” Pogorzelski as a stand-in.
Brazilian paiN Gaming appears as the underdog in the competition but defeated FURIA in the Showdown Grand Final to reach Lisbon, promising to threaten the main European sharks.
Tournament prize pool
- 1st – 200,000$
- 2nd – 85,000$
- 3/4th – 40,000$
- 5/6th – 20,000$
- 7/8th – 10,000$
If you want to go to the event, tickets are still available and can be purchased online through BLAST Premier website.
For those who can’t make it to Altice Arena, the entire BLAST Premier Spring Final will be broadcasted at BLAST Premier Twitch Channel.