BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2023 viewer's guide
BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2023 is set to take place on January 19-29 in a studio format in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. A total of 12 teams partnered with the tournament operator will compete for six spots at BLAST Premier Spring Final 2023 and a prize pool of $177,500.
The event will be split into two stages. In the first stage, the teams divided into three groups will compete in the Double Elimination (GSL) best-of-three format. The winners of the quartets will secure tickets to BLAST Premier Spring Final 2023.
Heroic (cadiaN, k0nfig, TeSeS, sjuush, jabbi)
Evil Geniuses (Brehze, HexT, neaLaN, autimatic, wiz)
Vitality (apEX, dupreeh, Magisk, ZywOo, Spinx)
Astralis (Xyp9x, gla1ve, blameF, Buzz, device)
FaZe (karrigan, Twistzz, ropz, broky, TBA)
Complexity (JT, floppy, Grim, FaNg, hallzerk)
Liquid (nitr0, NAF, EliGE, oSee, YEKINDAR)
OG (nexa, NEOFRAG, flameZ, degster, F1KU)
G2 (NiKo, huNter-, jks, HooXi, m0NESY)
BIG (tabseN, syrsoN, faveN, Krimbo, k1to)
NAVI (s1mple, electroNic, Perfecto, b1t, npl)
NIP (REZ, Brollan, hampus, Aleksib, headtr1k)
The second stage will see the remaining nine teams compete to determine the last three participants in BLAST Premier Spring Final 2023. Six eliminated teams will have the chance to qualify for BLAST Premier Spring Final 2022 through the Showdown event.
The seeding for the additional stage is as follows:
The prize money distribution:
1-3. $27,500 each + Spring Final 2023 invite
4-6. $17,500 each + Spring Final 2023 invite
7-9. $8,500 each + Spring Showdown 2023 invite
10-12. $5,600 each + Spring Showdown 2023 invite
The full schedule and live broadcasts of BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2023 matches are available on the tournament's page via this link.