BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022 is the first major CS:GO event of the new season and an opportunity to see some of the new rosters for the first time. Follow all the action here.
- The new CS:GO tournament season begins with the BLAST event
- Twelve teams will compete for six spots in the Fall Finals
- Teams like G2, Complexity and OG present new rosters
After months of player hiatus that felt like forever, the new CS:GO tournament season is finally upon us. Twelve teams, all partners of BLAST, will compete in the Fall Season Group Stage, with six spots up for grabs in the Fall Finals.
For some of the teams in attendance there is sunshine optimism of a new season following roster changes. Half of the teams have either already made at least one player switch this summer or are about to, so the BLAST Premier Fall Groups will be the first opportunity to see some of the new rosters in action as we get closer to the IEM Rio Major.
Twelve teams compete for six spots in the BLAST Premier Fall Final
Here’s what you need to know about BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022, including how to watch and the latest schedule.
BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022: Stream
As always, the BLAST Premier Fall Groups will be streamed live on the circuit’s official Twitch channel. We’ve embedded it below for your convenience.
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BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022: Format and Schedule
The BLAST Premier Fall Groups will take place August 19-28 and will follow the same three-stage format as the spring season.
The 12 teams have been split into three double-elimination groups, with each match played in a best-of-one format. Teams will then advance to one of three single-elimination bouts, winners of which will advance to the Fall Finals. The second- and third-placed teams of each glove have one more chance to qualify via the Last Chance Stage.
Day 1: August 19th
Day 2: August 20th
Day 3: August 21st
BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022: final standings
BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022: Teams
The BLAST Premier Fall Groups officially mark the addition of Heroic to the group of partner teams. The Danish team will replace MIBR, whose parent company, Immortals Gaming Club, sold its league spot for an undisclosed fee in April.
Complexity, Evil Geniuses, and OG will all be showcasing their new rosters after making summer changes. G2 Esports is expected to attend the event with Rasmus ‘HooXi’ Nielsen and Justin ‘jks’ Savage, while Team Vitality moves closer to signing ENCE star Lotan ‘Spinx’ Giladi.
NAVI will continue to play with sdy
Below is the full list of teams participating in the 2022 BLAST Premier Fall Groups, along with their rosters: