BLAST Premier 2022 Season: Complete CS:GO schedule revealed

One of the biggest CS:GO tournament organizers in the world, BLAST, has announced the schedule of the complete round of competition for 2022. This year, BLAST Premier will host a total of seven CS:GO tournaments, starting at the end of January and going forward. will end in mid-December.

Similar to previous seasons, the BLAST Premier round has been broadly divided into Spring and Fall tournaments. Spring tournaments will take place from 28order January to 19order June, while the Autumn period is scheduled to be held from 19order August to 27order November. The round will culminate with BLAST Premier World Final 2022 set to take place in December.

BLAST Premier also announced the first tournament of the year – BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022.

Complete BLAST Premier CS:GO schedule for the 2022 season

BLAST has released the complete CS:GO schedule for the year as follows,

  • BLAST Premier Spring 2022 Team: 28order January to Juneorder February | Online

  • BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2022: 20order up to 24order April | Online

  • BLAST Premier Spring 2022 Finals: 14order to 19order June | Arena

  • BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022: 19order up to 28order August | Studio

  • BLAST Premier Fall Showdown 2022: 19order to 23rd October | Online

  • BLAST Premier Fall Finals: 22nd to 27order November | Arena

  • BLAST Premier League World Finals 2022: 14order up to 18order December | Arena

BLAST Premier 2022 Season: New Format Explained

The entire BLAST Premier 2022 Season has been broadly divided into Spring and Fall, culminating in the December Global Finals with a prize pool of $1 million USD.

Each season will begin with a ‘Group’ featuring twelve participating CS:GO teams. The competing teams will be seeded, based on which they will be divided into three groups of four teams each.

Each group will then be divided into a knockout group, where each match will be a single match. This is to determine a team’s position in a teamfight, where each match will be a best-of-three series. From here, the top six teams will automatically qualify for the “Final Round” of the season while the remaining six will be relegated to the “Qualifiers”.

During the ‘Showdown’, six teams from the ‘Groups’ will be joined along with ten other CS:GO teams. This will include a direct invited global top team and nine other teams qualifying for different regions from around the world.

These 16 teams will be divided into two groups of eight each, the first being ‘Europe and CIS’ while the second will be ‘NA and the East of the World’. The winners of each group will advance to the ‘Finals’, joining six other teams.

In the ‘Final’, these eight teams will play against each other in a doubles knockout format, with the winner being crowned Spring or Fall champions.

The winners of the two seasons will directly qualify for the ‘Global Finals’ where they will join six other teams, including the winners of the CS:GO Major(s), ESL Pro Leagues and the top two ranked teams according to the world rankings.

BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022 – Full Info

BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2022 will be the organizers’ first CS: GO tournament of the year, scheduled to take place from the 28th.order January to Juneorder February and will take place online.

The 12 teams participating in the tournament were divided into three groups of four teams each,

  • G2 Esports

  • NIP

  • BIG

  • Complication

  • Team Vitality

  • The FaZe Family

  • Team Liquid

  • Evil Genius

This tournament will see all-new CS:GO rosters go head-to-head and give everyone a clear idea of ​​how the teams will come together in the 2022 season. BLAST Premier 2022 Season: Complete CS:GO schedule revealed


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