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Bombastic StarLeague

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About[edit]

The "Bombastic StarLeague" is a tournament series organized by ZZZero and BSL staff to support StarCraft and StarCraft:Remastered community outside of Korea. BSL started as a tournament only for Polish players, eventually becoming the biggest online tournament in the scene. Blizzard became a sponsor in season 5, esport.fund and Liquipedia became sponsors in season 8. [1][2]

ProLeague[edit]

EventDatePrize1st2ndScore
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #12013-01-29 - 2013-04-20-Poland Zerg trutaCzPoland Zerg ZZZero4 - 1
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #22013-07-26 - 2013-10-06-Poland Zerg trutaCzPoland Zerg ZZZero4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #32017-10-25 - 2018-01-21$400Russia Protoss DewaltPeru Terran TerrOr4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #42018-03-17 - 2018-06-16$1,000Peru Random DandyPoland Terran kogeT4 - 3
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #52018-11-09 - 2018-12-23$1,000Belgium Zerg eOnzErGPoland Protoss Bonyth4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #62019-02-02 - 2019-03-24$1,000Poland Zerg trutaCzPoland Protoss Bonyth4 - 1
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #72019-09-14 - 2019-11-03$1,000Poland Zerg trutaCzBelgium Zerg eOnzErG4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #82020-01-04 - 2020-02-16$2,000Poland Protoss BonythRussia Zerg g0rynich4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #92020-04-17 - 2020-06-07$2,000Poland Protoss BonythPoland Zerg trutaCz4 - 0
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #102020-09-19 - 2020-11-08$5,000Poland Protoss BonythRussia Protoss Dewalt4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #112021-02-26 - 2021-04-03$5,000Poland Protoss BonythPeru Terran TerrOr4 - 1
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #122021-04-30 - 2021-05-30$5,000Peru Terran TerrOrPoland Protoss Bonyth4 - 3
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #132021-10-30 - 2021-12-19$5,500China Terran MihuRussia Protoss Dewalt4 - 1
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #142022-01-28 - 2022-04-10$5,000China Terran MihuRussia Protoss Dewalt4 - 3
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #152022-06-11 - 2022-07-31$4,000Poland Protoss BonythRussia Protoss Dewalt4 - 2
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #162023-01-07 - 2023-03-26$6,000China Terran MihuPoland Protoss Bonyth5 - 0
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #172023-10-07 - 2023-12-03$5,500China Terran MihuRussia Protoss Dewalt5 - 1
Bombastic ProLeagueBombastic ProLeague #182024-03-24 - 2024-05-19$4,000Russia Protoss DewaltChina Protoss Zhanhun5 - 1

Other events[edit]

In the first season all participants played in the same bracket. In season 2, there were 2 tiers of competition, separating top players from the rest, giving players a more enjoyable experience.

Starting from season 4, BSL was separated in 2 tiers: Pro League for high level players and Chobo League for mid/low level players. Gosu League was added in season 6, as tournament for mid-tier players.

Gosu league[edit]

Hasu league[edit]

#Date 1st 2nd 3rd
#112021-04-04
#122021-05-30
#132021-12-19
#142022-04-16no 3rd place
#152022-08-21no 3rd place
#162023-02-25
TBD
no 3rd place
#172023-12-31
TBD
TBD
TBD

Chobo league[edit]

#Date 1st 2nd SF SF
#52018-12-23no Semifinalists
#62019-03-24no Semifinalists
#72019-11-06
#82020-02-16
#92020-06-07
#102020-11-09
#112021-04-04no Semifinalists
#122021-05-31
#152022-08-21
#162023-02-25
TBD
no Semifinalists
#172023-12-31
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD

Nation Wars[edit]

BSL has hosted nation wars twice, during BSL6 and BSL9.

Ladder tournaments[edit]

Many ladder tournaments have been hosted during BSL seasons. They served multiple purposes:

  • As qualifiers for Pro League
  • Incentive for players to play ladder games (only players with enough games on their BSL ladder account were allowed)
  • A way to gain points and qualify for BSL10, a major anniversary tournament with $5000 prizepool.
#Date 1st 2nd 3rd
#12018-02-03
#22018-02-10
#32018-02-17
#42018-02-24
#52018-10-16
#62018-10-23
TBD
#72018-10-25
#82019-01-05
#92019-01-10
#102019-01-15
#112019-08-24
#122019-08-31
#132019-09-07
#142019-12-08
#152019-12-15
#162019-12-22
#172019-12-07
#182019-12-14
#192019-12-21
#202020-03-28
#212020-04-04
#222020-03-29
#232020-04-07
#242020-08-29
#252020-09-05
#262020-09-03
#272020-09-10
#282021-01-30
#292021-02-06
#302021-02-20
#312021-02-04
#322021-02-09
#332021-04-11
#342021-04-18
#352021-04-25
#362021-04-13
#372021-04-22
#382021-10-09
#392021-10-16
#402021-10-07
#412021-10-12
#422021-10-21
#432021-10-24
#442022-02-06
#502022-04-30
#512022-05-01
#522022-04-19
#532022-05-05
#552022-12-17
TBD
no 3rd place
#562022-11-27
TBD
no 3rd place
#572022-12-17
TBD
no 3rd place
#582022-12-18
TBD
no 3rd place

ProLeague Medals Count[edit]

Medals won per Player[edit]

Medals won per Race[edit]

Medals won per Country[edit]

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View Games[edit]

Stream[edit]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]