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.
|Bombastic ProLeague #1||2013-01-29 - 2013-04-20||-|| trutaCz|| ZZZero||4 - 1|
|Bombastic ProLeague #2||2013-07-26 - 2013-10-06||-|| trutaCz|| ZZZero||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #3||2017-10-25 - 2018-01-21||$400|| Dewalt|| TerrOr||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #4||2018-03-17 - 2018-06-16||$1,000|| Dandy|| kogeT||4 - 3|
|Bombastic ProLeague #5||2018-11-09 - 2018-12-23||$1,000|| eOnzErG|| Bonyth||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #6||2019-02-02 - 2019-03-24||$1,000|| trutaCz|| Bonyth||4 - 1|
|Bombastic ProLeague #7||2019-09-14 - 2019-11-03||$1,000|| trutaCz|| eOnzErG||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #8||2020-01-04 - 2020-02-16||$2,000|| Bonyth|| g0rynich||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #9||2020-04-17 - 2020-06-07||$2,000|| Bonyth|| trutaCz||4 - 0|
|Bombastic ProLeague #10||2020-09-19 - 2020-11-08||$5,000|| Bonyth|| Dewalt||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #11||2021-02-26 - 2021-04-03||$5,000|| Bonyth|| TerrOr||4 - 1|
|Bombastic ProLeague #12||2021-04-30 - 2021-05-30||$5,000|| TerrOr|| Bonyth||4 - 3|
|Bombastic ProLeague #13||2021-10-30 - 2021-12-19||$5,500|| Mihu|| Dewalt||4 - 1|
|Bombastic ProLeague #14||2022-01-28 - 2022-04-10||$5,000|| Mihu|| Dewalt||4 - 3|
|Bombastic ProLeague #15||2022-06-11 - 2022-07-31||$4,000|| Bonyth|| Dewalt||4 - 2|
|Bombastic ProLeague #16||2023-01-07 - 2023-03-19||$6,000||TBD||TBD|
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.
BSL has hosted nation wars twice, during BSL6 and BSL9.
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.
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