|Formerly||BLAST Pro Series|
|Game||Counter-Strike: Global Offensive|
|No. of teams||12|
BLAST Premier is a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CSGO) professional esports league launched in 2020. It is primarily based in two regions: North America and Europe. The series is split up into two seasons, the Spring and Fall season. Each season lasts around four months with 12 regular season teams participating in the Group stage, ending with a season finals for the 6 top teams from the group stage. The season finals are also open to two teams from each season's Showdown events, which are open to a much broader array of organizations, including those that did not advance in the regular season. The winner of each season's finals goes on to participate the Global Finals at the end of the year, as well as winners of other prestigious non-BLAST Premier events and those that rank highest in the BLAST Premier Global Leaderboard, a standings of the top events of the year from multiple leagues and tournaments. The Danish esports organisation, RFRSH Entertainment, announced the series as a successor to the BLAST Pro Series in 2019. The 2020 Blast Premier Series experienced disruptions due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, including the transition of all events except the Spring regular season online and reduced prize pools for many of the events. This disruption continued into the 2021 season, with both the Spring Groups and Spring Showdown occurring online, though all other events are currently planned to be held offline. In March 2021, They announced cryptocurrency exchange platform Coinbase as its latest sponsor for the competition's ongoing Spring Season. They also partnered with Danish gaming chair manufacturer L33T Gaming.
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|Edition||Date||Venue||Champions||Runner-ups||Prize pool||Most valuable player||Ref|
|Spring 2020: Regular Season||January 31–February 16, 2020||3 Mills Studio, London|| FaZe Clan
|Spring 2020: EU Showdown||June 1–June 15, 2020||Europe||Vitality||Ninjas in Pyjamas||US$182,500||N/A|||
|Spring 2020: NA Showdown||June 1–June 7, 2020||North America|| MiBR
|Spring 2020: EU Finals||June 15–21, 2020||Europe||Complexity Gaming||Team Vitality||US$500,000||Mathieu "ZywOo" Herbaut|||
|Spring 2020: NA Finals||June 16–21, 2020||North America||Evil Geniuses||MiBR||US$250,000||Tsvetelin "CeRq" Dimitrov|||
|Fall 2020: Regular Season||October 15–31, 2020||Europe|| OG
| Natus Vincere
|Fall 2020: Showdown||November 24–29, 2020||Europe||FURIA||Cloud9||US$150,000||N/A|||
|Fall 2020: Finals||December 8–13, 2020||Europe||Vitality||Astralis||US$425,000||Mathieu "ZywOo" Herbaut|||
|Global Final 2020||January 19–24, 2021||Europe||Natus Vincere||Astralis||US$1,000,000||Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev|||
|Spring Groups 2021||February 4–February 14, 2021||Europe||BIG||Ninjas in Pyjamas||US$150,000||N/A|||
|Spring Showdown 2021||April 13–April 18, 2021||Europe||G2 Esports||Team Spirit||US$162,500||N/A|||
|Spring Finals 2021||June 15–June 20, 2021||TBA||US$425,000|||
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