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BLAST Premier Circuit 2020

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[e][h]BLAST Premier Circuit 2020
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Type:
Offline/Online
Location:
World World
Start Date:
2020-01-31
End Date:
2020-12-20
Liquipedia Tier:

About[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

Standings[edit]

Note: Only a team's six best results will count towards their total points, all other points will be voided.
Note: Evil Geniuses, Team Vitality and Complexity Gaming are already qualified for the Global Final through their results at BLAST Spring Finals.
Note: Astralis is already qualified for the Global Final through their results at BLAST Fall Finals.
   Ranking
   Team
Total Points
1. Astralis 9363 400 938 625 200 206.5 2000 800 2000 3000
2. Team Vitality 9300 600 800 1200 1100 1600 4000 375
3. Natus Vincere 8338 1600 3000 625 600 1000 800 1000 938
4. G2 Esports 6188 1600 1500 300 688 1600 500
5. Team Liquid 5488 800 375 1400 400 600 438 750 1500
6. FURIA Esports 5238 438 800 600 375 1400 400 1500 500 375
7. Evil Geniuses 4938 600 700 400 1600 1200 438 400
8. Complexity Gaming 4631.5 800 2400 206.5 250 600 375 188
9. OG 4606.5 800 250 150 206.5 1500 1600 250
10. Fnatic 4363 938 2000 300 1125
11. MIBR 4088 400 700 438 800 800 750 600 375
12. mousesports 3863 188 1000 300 625 1500 250
12. BIG 3863 250 375 800 1500 938
14. Heroic 3388 2200 625 375 188
15. Virtus.pro 3375 3000 375
16. FaZe Clan 3338 1600 188 250 900 400
17. Ninjas in Pyjamas 2588 600 400 300 688 600
18. MAD Lions 2175 1400 400 375
19. 100 Thieves 1825 400 375 200 150 700
20. Cloud9 1500 300 300 150 750
21. ENCE 950 800 150
22. Chaos Esports Club 663 88 200 375
23. Gen.G Esports 650 175 400 75
24. HAVU Gaming 525 525
25. Dignitas 388 200 188
26. Triumph 375 300 75
27. Renegades 300 300
27. TYLOO 300 300
29. Sprout 206.5 206.5
30. Team Envy 188 188
31. Avant Gaming 150 150
31. ViCi Gaming 150 150
33. Invictus Gaming 113 113
33. ORDER 113 113
35. FunPlus Phoenix 88 88
36. Chiefs Esports Club 75 75
36. Beyond Esports 75 75

Tournaments[edit]

Tournaments Points per place with BLAST Coefficient applied
# Applicable Tournament BLAST
Coefficient
A11st A22nd A33rd A44th A55th A66th A77th A88th
1 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season 1 0.4 1600 800 600 400 - - - -
2 Intel Extreme Masters IEM Season XIV - World Championship 0.75 3000 1500 938 938 375 375 188 188
3 ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 11: Europe 0.5 2000 1000 625 625 250 250 - -
4 ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 11: North America 0.35 1400 700 438 438 - - - -
5 Flashpoint Flashpoint Season 1 0.35 1400 700 525 350 175 175 88 88
6 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Showdown 2 0.2 800 400 300 200 - - - -
7 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown 2 0.2 800 400 300 200 - - - -
8 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals 0.6 2400 1200 900 600 300 300 150 150
9 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals 0.4 1600 800 600 400 - - - -
10 ESL One ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Europe 0.55 2200 1100 688 688 206.5 206.5 206.5 206.5
11 ESL One ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - North America 0.3 1200 600 375 375 150 150 75 75
12 ESL One ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Oceania 0.075 300 150 113 75 - - - -
13 ESL One ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online - Asia 0.075 300 150 113 75 - - - -
14 ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe 0.5 2000 1000 625 625 250 250 - -
15 ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 12: North America 0.35 1400 700 438 438 - - - -
16 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season 1 0.4 1600 800 600 400 - - - -
18 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown 2 0.6 1500 1500 750 750 375 375 375 375
20 BLAST Premier BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Finals 1 4000 2000 1500 1000 500 500 250 250
21 Flashpoint Flashpoint Season 2 0.75 3000 1500 1125 750 375 375 188 188
22 Intel Extreme Masters IEM XV - Global Challenge 0.75 3000 1500 938 938 375 375 188 188

1 Points apply to each group
2 Points apply to each gauntlet

Participants[edit]

100 Thieves
Notes
1Norway jkaem
2Australia jks
 
 
 
CSerbia kassad
1Australia AZR
2Australia Liazz
3New Zealand Gratisfaction
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
1 April 28th - 100 Thieves part ways with Serbia kassad. [1]
2 May 26th - 100 Thieves sign United States Chet as their new coach. [2]
3 September 28th - United States Chet announces his retirement and leaves 100 Thieves. [3]
4 October 19th - Norway jkaem is acquired by Apeks. [4]
5 October 23rd - Complexity Gaming acquire Australia jks from 100 Thieves. [5]
Astralis
Notes
1Denmark Bubzkji
 
 
 
 
1Denmark Snappi
2Denmark JUGi
3Denmark es3tag
 
 
1Denmark device
2Denmark dupreeh
3Denmark Xyp9x
4Denmark gla1ve
5Denmark Magisk
CDenmark zonic
1 May 11th - Astralis sign Denmark JUGi. [6]
2 May 19th - Denmark gla1ve is placed on medical leave, Denmark JUGi joins the starting line-up. [7]
3 May 28th - Denmark Xyp9x steps down from the active lineup and goes on leave. Denmark Snappi will stand in for the Spring Showdown. [8]
4 June 9th - Denmark Snappi returns to TIGER's bench following the end of his loan to Astralis. [9]
5 July 1st - Astralis sign Denmark es3tag. [10]
6 July 31st - Astralis release Denmark JUGi and acquire Denmark Bubzkji from MAD Lions. [11]
7 September 3rd - Denmark gla1ve returns to Astralis' active roster. [12]
8 October 5th - Denmark Xyp9x returns to Astralis' active roster. [13]
9 October 25th - Denmark es3tag is acquired by Cloud9. [14][15]
Complexity
Notes
1United States oBo
2Denmark NaToSaphiX
3Finland ottoNd
 
 
1Denmark blameF
2United States RUSH
3Denmark k0nfig
4Bulgaria poizon
5Australia jks
CUnited Kingdom keita
1 September 22nd - United States oBo steps down from the active lineup. [16]
2 October 23rd - Complexity Gaming acquire Australia jks from 100 Thieves. [5]
3 December 14th - Finland ottoNd stands in for IEM Global Challenge in place of Bulgaria poizon. [17][18]
Evil Geniuses
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
CUnited States ImAPet
1United States Brehze
2Bulgaria CeRq
3United States Ethan
4United States tarik
5Canada stanislaw
CBrazil zews
1 April 4th - Evil Geniuses part ways with United States ImAPet. [19]
2 April 10th - Evil Geniuses sign Brazil zews as the team's new coach. [20]
FaZe Clan
Notes
1Lithuania Bymas
2Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo
 
 
 
CSerbia YNk
1Norway rain
2Brazil coldzera
3Latvia broky
4Denmark Kjaerbye
5Sweden olofmeister
1 May 23rd - Sweden olofmeister steps down from the active lineup. [21]
2 May 25th - Lithuania Bymas joins FaZe Clan as a stand-in. [22]
3 August 10th - Lithuania Bymas is signed by mousesports. [23]
4 August 11th - FaZe Clan sign Denmark Kjaerbye. [24]
5 October 28th - FaZe Clan part ways with Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo, who is acquired by G2 Esports, and Serbia YNk. [25][26]
G2 Esports
Notes
1France JaCkz
 
 
 
 
1France kennyS
2France AmaNEk
3Serbia nexa
4Bosnia and Herzegovina huNter-
5Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo
CFrance maLeK
1 October 28th - G2 Esports acquire Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo from FaZe Clan. [25]
Team Liquid
Notes
1United States nitr0
 
 
 
 
CUnited States adreN
1United States EliGE
2Canada Twistzz
3Canada NAF
4United States Stewie2K
5United States Grim
CUnited States moses
1 August 1st - Team Liquid bench United States nitr0. [27]
2 August 4th - Team Liquid acquire United States Grim from Triumph. [28]
3 August 9th - Team Liquid part ways with United States adreN and sign United States moses as their new head coach. [29][30]
4 August 14th - United States nitr0 is acquired by 100 Thieves to play on their VALORANT team. As a result, he retires from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and leaves the team. [31]
MIBR
Notes
1Argentina meyern
2Brazil fer
3Brazil TACO
4Brazil FalleN
 
CBrazil zews
1Brazil kNgV-
2Brazil trk
3Brazil LUCAS1
4Brazil leo_drk
5Brazil v$m
CBrazil cogu
1 March 25th - MIBR part ways with Brazil zews. Brazil dead takes over as coach. [32]
2 May 19th - MIBR acquire Brazil trk from Team One as Argentina meyern is moved to the bench. [33][34]
3 June 28th - Argentina meyern is acquired by 9z Team. [35]
4 August 31st - MIBR suspend Brazil dead following his coaching ban from ESL and DreamHack. [36]
5 September 13th - MIBR bench Brazil fer and Brazil TACO and release Brazil dead. Brazil FalleN requests to be benched in response to the benching of his teammates. [37][38]
6 October 21st - MIBR sign Brazil cogu as the team's head coach. [39]
7 October 23rd - MIBR sign Brazil LUCAS1, and acquire Brazil leo_drk and Brazil v$m on loan from Sharks Esports and DETONA Gaming, respectively, until the end of the year. [40]
Ninjas in Pyjamas
Notes
1Sweden Lekr0
 
 
 
 
1Sweden REZ
2Sweden Plopski
3Sweden twist
4Sweden nawwk
5Sweden hampus
CSweden THREAT
1 May 19th - Ninjas in Pyjamas acquire Sweden hampus from Team GamerLegion as Sweden Lekr0 is moved to the bench. [41]
OG
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
CDenmark ruggah
1France NBK-
2Finland Aleksib
3Denmark valde
4Jordan ISSAA
5Poland mantuu
1 September 28th - Denmark ruggah cannot coach OG in upcoming BLAST Circuit events due to his ban from ESIC for abusing the coach bug. [42]
Team Vitality
Notes
1Belgium Nivera
 
 
 
 
1United Kingdom ALEX
 
 
 
 
1France apEX
2France RpK
3France ZywOo
4France misutaaa
5France shox
CFrance XTQZZZ
1 March 4th - United Kingdom ALEX steps down from Team Vitality. [43]
2 March 5th - Team Vitality sign France misutaaa. [44]
3 October 16th - Team Vitality acquire Belgium Nivera from Team Heretics. [45]
4 September 9th - United Kingdom ALEX is acquired by Cloud9. [46][47]
mousesports
Notes
1Turkey woxic
 
 
 
 
CDenmark Rejin
1Netherlands chrisJ
2Estonia ropz
3Denmark karrigan
4Slovakia frozen
5Lithuania Bymas
C mithR
1 August 10th - mousesports sign Lithuania Bymas. [48]
2 August 27th - mousesports bench Turkey woxic as Lithuania Bymas is promoted to the starting lineup. [49]
3 September 5th - mousesports suspend Denmark Rejin pending an investigation of his usage of the coach bug. [50]
4 November 14th - mousesports acquire Denmark mithR from Renegades. [51]
5 September 19th - Turkey woxic is acquired by Cloud9. [52]
FURIA Esports
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
CBrazil guerri
1Brazil yuurih
2Brazil arT
3Brazil VINI
4Brazil KSCERATO
5Brazil HEN1
1 September 28th - Denmark guerri cannot coach FURIA Esports in upcoming BLAST Circuit events due to his ban from ESIC for abusing the coach bug. [42]
1 April 21st - United States SicK retires from professional Counter-Strike and leaves the team. [53]
2 May 5th - Chaos Esports Club part ways with United States cam and sign United States Xeppaa and United States leaf, the latter on a trial basis. [54]
3 May 12th - Chaos Esports Club part ways with United States leaf and terminate his trial; Canada Jonji joins as a stand-in. [55]
4 June 4th - Chaos Esports Club sign United States leaf and Canada Jonji on a permanent basis as United States Voltage leaves. [56]
5 August 31st - Canada steel retires from professional Counter-Strike and leaves the team. [57]
6 September 1st - Chaos Esports Club sign Mexico MarKE. [58]
Gen.G Esports
Notes
1Canada daps
2United States s0m
3Sweden kreaz
4Sweden Xizt
 
1United States autimatic
2United States koosta
3Indonesia BnTeT
4 TBD 
5 TBD 
CAustralia Elmapuddy
1 September 11th - Canada daps steps down from the active lineup. [59]
2 October 7th - United States s0m retires from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and leaves the team after being acquired by NRG Esports to play for their VALORANT team. [60]
3 November 4th - Gen.G Esports will use Sweden Xizt, on loan from Dignitas, and Sweden kreaz as stand-ins for Flashpoint Season 2. [61]
Cloud9
Notes
1South Africa JT
2United States motm
3United States oSee
4South Africa Sonic
 
CSouth Africa T.c
1United States floppy
2United Kingdom ALEX
3United Kingdom mezii
4Turkey woxic
5Denmark es3tag
CSerbia kassad
1 September 7th - Cloud9 announce their intentions to assemble a European lineup, signing Serbia kassad as the team's head coach. [62]
2 September 9th - Cloud9 acquire United Kingdom ALEX from Team Vitality. [46][47]
3 September 19th - Cloud9 acquire United Kingdom mezii from Team GamerLegion and Turkey woxic from mousesports. [63][52]
4 October 2nd - United States floppy transfers to Cloud9's new roster. [64][65]
5 October 25th - Cloud9 acquire Denmark es3tag from Astralis to finalize their roster. [14][15]
1 August 3rd - HAVU Gaming bench Finland hoody. [66]
2 August 7th - HAVU Gaming acquire Finland xseveN from ENCE. [67]
1 July 31st - Denmark Bubzkji is acquired by Astralis. [11]
2 August 5th - MAD Lions sign Poland innocent. [68]
3 September 26th - Poland innocent steps down from MAD Lions' active lineup. [69]
4 October 2nd - MAD Lions acquire Denmark HooXi and Denmark refrezh from x6tence. [70][71]
5 October 20th - Denmark AcilioN is acquired by Copenhagen Flames. [72][73]
1 September 16th - Dignitas bench Sweden GeT_RiGhT and Sweden Xizt. [74]
2 September 25th - Norway vENdetta is promoted to head coach as Sweden Fifflaren transitions to a managerial role within the organization. [75]
3 October 12th - Dignitas acquire Norway H4RR3 from Nordavind. [76]
4 October 13th - Dignitas sign Sweden HEAP. [77]
1 June 30th - Triumph promote Brazil tacitus from his analyst position to being the team's coach. [78]
2 August 4th - Team Liquid acquire United States Grim from Triumph. [28]
3 August 7th - United States curry steps down from Triumph. [79]
4 August 18th - Triumph sign Canada penny and Canada moose. [80]
5 September 2nd - Triumph part ways with United States Spongey and sign United States ryann. [81]
ENCE
Notes
1Finland Aerial
 
 
 
 
CFinland Twista
1Finland allu
2Finland suNny
3 Jamppi
4Finland doto
5 TBD 
CFinland sAw
1 September 11th - ENCE suspend Finland Twista pending an investigation into his usage of the coach bug during his time at iGame.com. [82]
2 September 30th - Finland Twista is moved to an analyst position. [83]
3 October 22nd - Finland Aerial steps down from the active roster and goes on medical leave. [84]
4 November 5th - ENCE acquire Finland doto and Finland sAw from HAVU Gaming, the latter as their head coach. [85]
Heroic
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
CDenmark HUNDEN
1Denmark stavn
2Denmark b0RUP
3Denmark cadiaN
4Denmark TeSeS
5Denmark niko
1 September 1st - Heroic suspend Denmark HUNDEN following his coaching ban from ESL and DreamHack. [86]

References[edit]

  1. 100 Thieves (2020-04-28). "After extensive discussions, we’ve mutually agreed to part ways with our CS:GO Head Coach, Kassad.".
  2. 100 Thieves (2020-05-26). "Welcome @ImAPet1 as our new CS:GO Head Coach!".
  3. Chet (2020-09-28). "Today I retire from competitive CS:GO".
  4. Apeks (2020-10-19). "We are very happy to announce our fifth player in the CS:GO-roster. Say hello to @jkaem!".
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  8. "Andreas “Xyp9x” Højsleth on leave". Astralis. 2020-05-28.
  9. Astralis (2020-06-09). "Thanks for your help @SnappiCSGO".
  10. "It's official: es3tag in the house". Astralis. 2020-07-01.
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Roster change: Lucas "Bubzkji" Andersen replaces Jakob “JUGi” Hansen". Astralis. 2020-07-31.
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  13. Magisk (2020-10-05). "@Xyp9x are back in practice and I love it".
  14. 14.0 14.1 Cloud9 (2020-10-15). "The #C9CSGO 5th you've all been waiting for is finally here.".
  15. 15.0 15.1 HenryG (2020-10-15). "The Colossus plucks the brightest star from the Danish night sky to complete a line-up with true astronomical power".
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  24. FaZe Clan (2020-08-11). "It's official.".
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  26. FaZe Clan (2020-10-28). "Today we also part ways with our CS:GO coach, @YNk.".
  27. "Thank You Nitr0". Team Liquid. 2020-08-01.
  28. 28.0 28.1 "Welcome Grim to TLGO". Team Liquid. 2020-08-04.
  29. Team Liquid (2020-08-09). "From the bottom of our hearts: Thank you, @adreN_Hoag".
  30. Team Liquid (2020-08-09). "Our journey towards reclaiming first place begins today. Welcome, @MosesGG".
  31. 100 Thieves (2020-08-14). "America’s captain has a new look.".
  32. Nohte (2020-03-25). "MIBR part ways with zews". HLTV.
  33. MIBR (2020-05-19). "Today we move our "manito" @meyern to the bench".
  34. MIBR (2020-05-19). "Welcome to the MIBR family @trkcsgo!".
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  40. MIBR (2020-10-23). "Toda história tem um recomeço. Esse é o nosso." [Every story has a new beginning. This is ours.] (in Brazil Portuguese).
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  58. "Welcome MarKE". Chaos Esports Club. 2020-09-01.
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  60. NRG Esports (2020-10-07). "Oh...looks like NRG Valorant found their duelist".
  61. Gen.G Esports (2020-11-04). "We have our 4th and 5th for @Flashpoint 2!".
  62. Cloud9 (2020-09-07). "The first pages in the new #C9CSGO chapter…".
  63. Cloud9 (2020-09-19). "The 4th page in #C9CSGO’s new chapter…".
  64. Cloud9 (2020-10-07). "A familiar face joins the fray as the 6th page in #C9CSGO's new chapter...".
  65. HenryG (2020-10-07). "Cloud9 CS:GO ship off their North American barbed anchor to a new European based home in the form of the Colossus!".
  66. "Changes in CS:GO roster - hoody benched". HAVU Gaming. 2020-08-03.
  67. "HAVU's new fifth - Welcome xseveN!". HAVU Gaming. 2020-08-07.
  68. MAD Lions (2020-08-05). "Today we welcome @innocentCS to the team!".
  69. innocent (2020-09-26). "Leaving MAD Lions".
  70. x6tence (2020-10-02). "HooXi and refrezh leave x6tence".
  71. MAD Lions (2020-10-20). "To round out our squad ahead of #FLASHPOINT 2, [..]".
  72. MAD Lions (2020-10-20). "Roster update: Today we say farewell to @AcilioNcs".
  73. Copenhagen Flames (2020-10-20). "Today we welcome back Asger @AcilioNcs Larsen to our CS:GO roster!".
  74. Dignitas (2020-09-16). "It is with a heavy heart that we announce GeT_RiGhT and Xizt have been benched from our team's starting roster.".
  75. Dignitas (2020-09-25). "@Fifflaren and @vENdettaCSGO discuss roster changes while also sharing a MAJOR update for BOTH the CS:GO team and all of Dignitas' competitive teams!".
  76. Dignitas (2020-10-12). "We have a few tricks up our sleeve to compliment our CS:GO roster.".
  77. Dignitas (2020-10-13). "The final secret weapon for #DignitasVIE.".
  78. Mnmzzz (2020-06-30). "Triumph promote tacitus to head coach". Dust2.us.
  79. Mnmzzz (2020-08-07). "curry steps down from Triumph". Dust2.us.
  80. Triumph (2020-08-18). "Sorry for the wait. We're finally making it official.".
  81. "CSGO Roster Update". Triumph. 2020-09-02.
  82. "ENCE suspends Head Coach Slaava "Twista" Räsänen". ENCE. 2020-09-11.
  83. ENCE (2020-09-30). "Slaava @TwistaCSGO Räsänen moved to an analyst position".
  84. ENCE (2020-10-22). "Jani @AerialCSGO Jussila has notified the organization that he is on sick leave indefinitely".
  85. "ENCE acquires Joonas "doto" Forss - adds Eetu "sAw" Saha as Head Coach". ENCE. 2020-11-05.
  86. "Heroic suspend Nicolai “Hunden” Petersen following the ESL ban". Heroic. 2020-09-01.