BLAST Pro Series: Miami 2019

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[e][h]BLAST Pro Series: Miami 2019
League Information
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
USA Miami
Venue:
Teams:
6
Prize Pool:
$250,000 USD
Start Date:
2019-04-12
End Date:
2019-04-13
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Maps
Cache • Dust II • Inferno • Nuke • Mirage • Overpass • Train

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Desk Host:
  • Interviewer:
  • Observers:

Format[edit]

  • Group Stage:
    • Single Round-Robin format group
    • All matches are Bo1
    • Top two teams advance to the Grand Final
  • Grand Final:
    • Match is a Bo3 series
  • BLAST Pro Standoff:
    • The BLAST Pro Standoff is a prize bonus showmatch, with five 1v1 aim duels.
    • The team finishing in 3rd place chooses their opponent from the remaining teams who finish below them.
    • The winner of the BLAST Pro Standoffs takes home a $20,000 USD bonus prize.

Prize Pool[edit]

$250,000 USD are spread among the teams as seen below:

Participants[edit]

Astralis [1]
1Denmark device 
2Denmark dupreeh 
3Denmark Xyp9x 
4Denmark gla1ve 
5Denmark Magisk 
CDenmark zonic 
Cloud91, 2, 3, 4, 5 [2]
1USA autimatic 
2USA RUSH 
3Sweden Golden 
4USA vice 
5Denmark cajunb 
CUSA Rambo 
FaZe Clan [2]
1Norway rain 
2Bosnia and Herzegovina NiKo 
3Slovakia GuardiaN 
4Sweden olofmeister 
5Kazakhstan AdreN 
CSerbia YNk 
Team Liquid [2]
1USA nitr0 
2USA EliGE 
3Canada Twistzz 
4Canada NAF 
5USA Stewie2K 
CUSA adreN 
MIBR [2]
1Brazil FalleN 
2Brazil fer 
3Brazil coldzera 
4Brazil TACO 
5Brazil felps 
CBrazil zews 
Natus Vincere [1]
1Ukraine Edward 
2Russia flamie 
3Ukraine s1mple 
4Ukraine Zeus 
5Russia electronic 
CUkraine kane 
1 March 2nd - Sweden Golden replaces Sweden flusha as a member on the active lineup of Cloud9. [3]
2 March 22nd - United States Rambo replaces United States valens as Cloud9's head coach. [4]
3 March 23rd - Cloud9 add United States vice on trial. [5]
4 March 31st - Cloud9 release France kioShiMa. [6]
5 April 2nd - Cloud9 sign Denmark cajunb. [7]

Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Standings
1. Team Liquid5-0-080-55+2515p
2. FaZe Clan3-1-168-53+1510p
3. MIBR2-1-265-55+107p
4. Natus Vincere2-0-361-69-86p
5. Astralis2-0-353-65-126p
6. Cloud90-0-550-80-300p


Legend
Proceed to the Grand Final
Proceed to the Pro Standoff
Eliminated
16-10
Inferno
5-16
Dust II
14-16
Overpass
2-16
Overpass
16-7
Inferno
10-16
Inferno
7-16
Overpass
14-16
Overpass
6-16
Cache
13-16
Overpass
16-5
Dust II
16-7
Overpass
5-16
Nuke
15-15
Mirage
16-10
Overpass
16-14
Overpass
16-14
Overpass
16-5
Nuke
16-10
Overpass
16-12
Inferno
16-2
Overpass
16-6
Cache
15-15
Mirage
10-16
Overpass
8-16
Nuke
7-16
Inferno
16-13
Overpass
10-16
Overpass
12-16
Inferno
16-8
Nuke

Detailed Results[edit]

Round 1[edit]
Round 2[edit]
Round 3[edit]
Round 4[edit]
Round 5[edit]

Pro Standoff[edit]

MIBR MIBR 41 Cloud9 C9
April 13, 2019 - 16:30 EDT
5 
 
 7
 
7 
 
 5
 
7 
 
 6
 
Team Total Kills
MIBR 33
Cloud9 28

Standoff Format

  • Showmatch played on the new BLAST Standoff Aim Map.
  • Five 1v1 aim duels, with different players for each match-up.
  • Every match-up is played with a different weapon (in order):
  • First player to 7 kills wins their match-up.
  • The team with the most kills wins (most match-up wins if a tie occurs).

Grand Final[edit]

Team Liquid Liquid 02 FaZe Clan FaZe
April 13, 2019 - 17:25 EDT
65
1
1016
6
123
9
1216
4
 
 
 
 

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

Primary
LanguageEnglish SpeakingRussiaGermanySweden
Streams
Secondary
LanguageEnglish SpeakingRussiaGermany
Streams
Tertiary
LanguageEnglish SpeakingRussiaGermany
Streams
fl0m & TheWarOwl
LanguageUnited States
Streams

Previews[edit]

Conclusions[edit]

Interviews[edit]

Videos and Photos[edit]

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Highlights[edit]

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