BLAST Premier World Final 2021 – Tournament Info, Schedule & Betting Tips

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The 2021 Blast Premier World Final will be the final Blast event of the year. 8 teams will compete for a total prize pool of $1 million. These 8 teams qualified through previous Blast events, earning them the right to take part in this ultimate event.

The format is simple: best of the matches in a double elimination bracket. This is a welcome format as it gives teams who are on the losing side after an upset a second chance. It gives the really best participating team a better chance of taking home the title. This makes esports betting a bit easier when you want to bet on the winner.

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BLAST PREMIER WORLD FINALS TEAMS & FAVORITES

Eight teams take part in this event. They are: Gambit Esports, Heroic, Natus Vincere, G2 Esports, Team Vitality, Ninjas in Pajamas, Astralis, Team Liquid.

Teams earned their spots either by winning the Blast Spring Finals, the ESL Pro League, or based on points earned through the BLAST Premier Circuit. Natus Vincere holds a triple crown from qualifying events, having won both the ESL Pro League S14, BLAST Premier Fall Finals and PGL Major.

Based on a first look at the teams, the CSGO betting favorite is definitely Na’Vi by a wide margin. However, it is not guaranteed and there are some very good teams in this tournament. So, who else might be worth betting on to win?

Gambit’s CSGO odds of winning it all are included x4.3 at GG.BET. This makes them the second favorite to win it all. If you want to risk a bit, Gambit has good returns and is definitely still in the running for victory.

BLAST Premier World Final 2021 Betting Predictions

We will provide predictions for each round of the tournament, starting with the opening games. Granted, the first round can often be the most difficult to predict and usually means there are some good chances of getting some upset wins in that round. Let’s go through the four games and set our expectations.

Schedule for the BLAST Premier World Finals

Na’Vi versus Liquid

Na’Vi is the clear bet here. We’ve already discussed which cards Natus Vincere could potentially lose. It is highly unlikely that they will lose the streak, but dropping a card could be an option. Looking at the CSGO betting markets after making a niche bet is an ideal choice here, especially if you don’t want to bet on the winner.

Gambit Esports vs Heroic

Although Gambit was the better team, you never know when Heroic will show up. Take Gambit this round, but if you feel like taking a calculated risk, Heroic could yield a nice return. Keep in mind that Gambit played a terrible CSGO at the PGL Major, and we’re not sure how well they’ve recovered yet.

G2 Esports vs NIP

G2 is the favorite here, check out the CSGO odds for some fun betting options. For example, GG.BET set the odds for the first round of cards under 26.5 total rounds x1.91. This could be a good bet for a quick first card due to NIP’s terrible T-sides.

Vitality vs Astralis

This would be a good play to bet on the underdog. Astralis has shown brilliance with this lineup and could definitely knock out the French. If we’re looking at a game with potential for excitement, then our money is definitely on Astralis.

BLAST PREMIER World Final tips

Esports betting sites have developed some detailed CSGO betting options for this tournament. There are entire pages of different betting options for each matchup. For example, bet on who will win the pistol rounds, make bets with round handicaps for both teams, who will win the first map and match?

If you do your research, there are many markets you can take advantage of. It’s all about understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each team going into the tournament. Our esports news section contains all the relevant analysis and information to keep your bets at a net positive level.

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