On Saturday, Astralis swept Team Liquid in the grand finals of the BLAST Pro Series Global Finals to claim US $350,000 in prize money and prove once again why they are regarded as the best CS:GO esports team in the world.
The BLAST Pro Series Global Finals will kick off this Thursday at ISA Sports City in Riffa, Bahrain, where the top four teams in the BPS rankings will do battle for the largest slice of a US $500,000 prize pool.
Following ESL One Cologne, the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive circuit heads to the USA for BLAST Pro Series: Los Angeles. See the latest odds and find the best futures bets at our top-ranked esports bookies.
BLAST Pro Series returns to the capital of Denmark this autumn with six teams battling it out for a share of $250,000 and BLAST Pro Series points.
Check out the latest CS:GO odds and betting trends for ENCE’s clash with Natus Vincere this Friday at the BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019.
See our free betting predictions and latest bookie odds for the upcoming BO1 clash between Astralis and Ninjas in Pyjamas at the BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019.
It’s an all-Iberian clash this Friday as Spain’s Movistar Riders play Portugal’s Giants Gaming for a spot in the main draw at BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019.