Bayes Esports Becomes Official Data Provider for BLAST.TV Paris Major

Posted on May 17, 2023

Following on from the announcement back in January that BLAST and Bayes Esports had agreed on a partnership for the latter to provide esports data for the former, it is unsurprising to announce that Bayes Esports will be providing esports data coverage for the ongoing BLAST.TV Paris Major.

The BLAST Premier – Bayes Esports partnership announced in January always made it likely that Bayes would provide data in the biggest events and so it has proved.

However, it is going to be an interesting time for the esports data provider as has announced that this will be the last Major event before they make the switch from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to the new Counter Striker 2 title.

Bayes Esports Blast Paris CSGO Major Data Provision Partnership
Credit: Bayes Esports

Live Data Provision

The agreement will see Bayes provide masses of live data to CSGO betting sites and sportsbooks, all of which will enable these companies to offer some of the most intriguing Paris Major betting for customers.

And with this tournament being the final CS:GO tournament played under the name before it makes the switch to Counter-Strike 2 official, there is sure to be added interest in which teams will stand a chance of landing the win.

Tournament Reaches Champions Stage Which Starts May 18th

Both the Challengers and Legends stages of the final BLAST.TV CSGO Paris Major have been completed and we know the teams that will contest the Single Elimination bracket that makes up the Champions Stage of the tournament.

Games you can bet on include Heroic taking on FaZe Clan, GamerLegion facing Monte, Team Liquid clashing with Apeks and finally Into The Breach taking on Team Vitality.

After coming through the Legends scathed unbeaten, the top two seeds Heroic and Team Vitality will likely be amongst the favourites to win the lion’s share ($500,000) of the $1,250,000 on offer for all teams participating in the tournament.

The winner also qualifies for the IEM Cologne 2023 Major, along with the BLAST Premier World Final, picking up 3,500 BLAST Premier points too.

It should be a fantastic final CSGO event for BLAST.TV fans to enjoy before the switch is made, and with Bayes providing the data, you can be sure there’ll be plenty to bet on too!

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