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BLAST Premier Fall Showdown 2021

BLAST Premier: Fall Showdown 2021 is an online European tournament organized by BLAST. This A-Tier tournament will take place from Oct 12 to Oct 17 2021.

Showdown

Heroic vs POGGERZ, Dignitas vs Fiend, Complexity vs MIBR | Day 1

G2 vs Lynn Vision, OG vs paiN | Day 2

Virtus.pro vs Movistar Riders, Liquid vs 9z | Day 3

EG vs MAD Lions, Heroic vs Dignitas, Complexity vs OG | Day 4

BLAST Premier Fall 2021

Twelve of the best CS:GO orgs in the world will battle it out starting September 16 to decide who goes straight to the Fall Final, and who goes to the Fall Showdown. Here’s everything you need to know about Blast Premier Fall Groups. - Dexerto

Group A

Astralis vs Evil Geniuses, Vitality vs Liquid | Day 1

Astralis vs Vitality, Evil Geniuses vs Liquid | Day 2

Astralis vs Liquid, Vitality vs. Winner of AST/TL | Day 3

ESL Pro League Season 14

ESL Pro League returns on August 16th with its 14th season and a 24 team global tournament. The 24 team global competition spanning over four weeks is set to bring you some of the biggest names in CS:GO. Each match is of a quality like no other and will bring teams from around the globe who all have that one objective of earning themselves the 14th ESL Pro League title and crucial points in the ESL Pro Tour Road. The ESL Pro Tour is our vision for esports. One open ecosystem connecting all of ESL and DreamHack’s competitions around the world. One world for leagues and tournaments. One path from rookie amateur to global icon. A place where everybody can be somebody.

Group Stage

Heroic vs Bad News Bears (Mirage) Map 1

Heroic vs Bad News Bears (Nuke) Map 2

Vitality vs ENCE (Mirage) Map 1

Vitality vs ENCE (Overpass) Map 2

IEM Cologne 2021

We are thrilled to open a new chapter for the Cathedral of Counter-Strike at the 85th instalment of the Intel® Extreme Masters, as Cologne joins all ESL Pro Tour Masters tournaments under the IEM brand. The event will take place in a LAN environment and bring you the best teams from the ESL Pro Tour and ESL World Rankings who will have to bring their best form to mark their name down in history as the first Champion of IEM Cologne and earn their share of the $1,000,000 prize pool.

Play-In

NiP vs LDLC (Ancient) Map 1 (Bo1)

Renegades vs Vitality (Overpass) Map 1 (Bo1)

Spirit vs MIBR (Inferno) Map 1

Evil Geniuses vs FaZe (Mirage) Map 1

StarLadder CIS RMR 2021

StarLadder will host the next Regional Major Rankings event for the CIS region – StarLadder CIS RMR with the $100,000 prize pool. The final part of the tournament will be held online from June 27 to July 4.

Closed Qualifer

Entropiq vs KHAN (Vertigo) Map 1

Entropiq vs KHAN (Overpass) Map 2

Nemiga vs ex-Marlian (Dust2) Map 1

Nemiga vs ex-Marlian (Mirage) Map 2

Blast Premier Spring Final 2021

BLAST Premier: Spring 2021 Finals is the main stage of the spring Split of the Blast Series championship. 8 teams will be fighting for a slot in Global Finals 2021 at the tournament. 8 teams participate in the championship. 6 teams will proceed to BLAST Premier: Spring 2021 Finals from the spring group stage and the last 2 slots will be received by the clubs to place 1st and 2nd at BLAST Premier: Spring Showdown 2021. The tournament is hosted without the group stage and all teams will start their path from the playoffs. The Double-Elimination bracket with bo3 matches is played in the group stage. The winner of BLAST Premier: Spring 2021 Finals will advance to BLAST Premier: Global Final 2021.
~ egamersworld.com

BLAST Premier Spring Final: Days 1 - 6

Gambit vs EG, NIP vs Complexity | Day 1

G2 vs BIG, NAVI vs Faze, EG vs NIP | Day 2

G2 vs Faze, Gambit vs Complexity, BIG vs NAVI | Day 3

BIG vs NIP, G2 vs Complexity | Day 4

IEM Summer 2021

The 84th installment of the Intel Extreme Masters draws closer as teams are ravenous to improve their ESL Pro Tour campaigns. Offering $250,000 in prize money, an abundance of ESL Pro Tour points and an Intel® Grand Slam contribution the 16 team tournament will be held online spanning from the 3rd to the 13th of June. Please note that the ESL Pro Tour points earned from IEM Summer 2021 will NOT contribute to the qualification of IEM Cologne 2021 or the Play-In stages.

Group Stage

Complexity vs Vitality (Vertigo) Map 1

Astralis vs FunPlus Pheonix (Ancient) Map 1

Evil Geniuses vs Spirit (Overpass) Map 1

NiP vs OG (Mirage) Map 1

Beyond The Summit: cs_summit 8

cs_summit8 Online is the first of multiple Regional Major Ranking (RMR) competitions that will determine which teams qualify to PGL’s $2 Million Stockholm Major in November 2021. The world’s best teams from North America will compete over two weeks, from May 14 to May 30

Group Stage

Evil Geniuses vs paiN (Nuke) Map 1

Evil Geniuses vs paiN (Vertigo) Map 2

Evil Geniuses vs paiN (Inferno) Map 3

Extra Salt vs EXTREMUM (Nuke) Map 1

DreamHack Masters Spring 2021

Since 2016, DreamHack has run and developed the DreamHack Masters concept, bringing some of the best teams in the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive together for a large-scale tournament. DreamHack Masters focuses on the viewer experience for those watching from around the world via the online stream and our linear broadcasting partners.

Group Stage: Best of 1

Gambit vs Fiend (Dust2) Map 1

NaVi vs mousesports (Overpass) Map 1

Astralis vs Extra Salt (Nuke) Map 1

Spirit vs G2 (Mirage) Map 1

ESL Pro League Season 13

ESL Pro League returns on March 8th with its 13th season and a 24 team global tournament. After two seasons of regional competitions, the world's best teams will compete online from the safety of their homes and bootcamp locations across Europe for their chance at an ESL Pro League title and crucial points in the ESL Pro Tour. The ESL Pro League is a 24 team global competition spanning four weeks in Season 13. The best teams from Asia, Europe, Oceania, North and South America have been invited to participate in the tournament and a shot to earn an ESL Pro League title and ESL Pro Tour Points in the Road to Cologne 2021 and Katowice 2022.

Group Stage

Complexity vs FunPlus Phoenix (Nuke) Map 1

Complexity vs FunPlus Phoenix (Dust2) Map 2

Heroic vs Renegades (Inferno) Map 1

Heroic vs Renegades (Train) Map 2

DreamHack Open 44

DreamHack Open 44 kicks off Mar 10 - Mar 14 this year, with a total prize pool of $100,000 split into two regions: North America and South America. These will continue to be played fully online, with talent and players participating from their own homes, and broadcasted from the Monster Energy DreamHack Studio in Stockholm. This tournament is also part of the ESL Pro Tour and will award points.

Group Stage: NA

Liquid vs RBG (Nuke) Map 1

Liquid vs RBG (Mirage) Map 2

High Coast Esports vs Triumph (Inferno) Map 1

High Coast Esports vs Triumph (Train) Map 2

IEM Katowice 2021

A year after Natus Vincere were crowned champions of IEM Katowice 2020. We return with one of the biggest esports events of the year and invite 24 of the worlds best teams to attend IEM Katowice 2021. Teams have battled over the last 12 months for points in the ESL Pro Tour to earn their shot at marking their name down in history. They will go head to head against some of the best for their chance at a point in the Intel Grand Slam, crucial ESL Pro Tour points and a share of $1,000,000.

Play In (Best of 1)

Cloud9 vs Spirit (Inferno) Map 1

BIG vs Movistar Riders (Inferno) Map 1

Complexity vs NiP (Nuke) Map 1

Renegades vs mousesports (Inferno) Map 1

BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2021

The twelve teams are drawn from around the World, and consists of legacy organisations, legacy rosters and exciting new faces to the scene. BLAST Premier is working with partners across the world to create a Qualifying Series to open a route for all teams into BLAST Premier. These qualifiers will be regionalized with 8 feeding into the Spring Showdown & 8 feeding into the Fall Showdown. Each Qualifying Series Finals will each have 8 teams coming from a mix of existing regional leagues, open qualifiers and direct invites.

BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2021: Group 1

Day 1 | Astralis vs NiP, BIG vs OG

Day 2 | NIP vs BIG, Astralis vs OG

Day 3 | BIG vs Astralis + NIP vs Winner

Beyond The Summit: cs_summit 7

The seventh tournament of The Summit Series starts right after the end of Blast Global Finals 2020, so CS:GO fans will have some players to root for. As such grands like Astralis, Vitality, and NaVi will be absent at the tournament, the other teams will have a great chance to get a good share of the considerable prize pool of $200,000. The tournament will be held in two stages: the group stage and the payoff in the Single Elimination format with Bo3 matches.

Group Stage

OG vs Dignitas (Inferno) Map 1

OG vs Dignitas (Train) Map 2

OG vs Dignitas (Mirage) Map 3

Fnatic vs Complexity (Train) Map 1

BLAST Premier Global Final

8 of the world’s best esports teams. The world’s best players and biggest stars. The BLAST Premier Global Final has a prize pool of $1 million. The tournament is a double elimination bracket with all matches best of three, and also a grand final to finish the weekend.
BLAST Premier Global Final prize pool:

  • 1st -- NaVi -- $600,000
  • 2nd -- Astralis -- $200,000
  • 3rd -- Vitality -- $80,000
  • 4th -- Liquid -- $50,000
  • 5/6 -- Evil Geniuses, G2 -- $20,000
  • 7/8 -- FURIA, Complexity -- $15,000

Group Stage

Day 1 | Astralis vs EG, G2 vs Furia

Day 2 | Vitality vs Complexity, NaVi vs Team Liquid, EG vs Furia

Day 3 | COL vs NaVi, Astralis vs G2, Vitality vs Liquid

Day 4 | Liquid vs EG, G2 vs NaVi