BLAST Premier and GG.BET Team Up to Release GG Chronicles Docuseries

Published: Jul 6, 2024

Tournament organizer BLAST has teamed up with GG.BET to launch a brand new video series, GG Chronicles, detailing the lives of famous esports players from around the globe. The first season, which launched late last month, premiered with a profile of NAVI’s Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen, in-game leader of NAVI, champions of the first ever CS2 Major in Copenhagen.

The series will continue, with deep dives into NAVI’s Justinas “jL” Lekavičius, Vitality’s William “mezii” Merriman, and FaZe Clan’s David “frozen” Čerňanský. Each episode dives into a collection of personal stories from each player, showing an in-depth into the lives of esports champions. 

GG Chronicles
Image Credit: GG.BET

The GG Chronicles won’t end with a single series though, with 10 more episodes planned to debut before the end of 2024, although details of the other esports competitors featured have not been released.

GG Chronicles is reportedly a result of a year-long partnership between BLAST Premier, the organizers of the world-famous series of Counter-Strike tournaments, and the betting brand GG.BET. 

GG.BET has spent much of the past year defining itself as an enthusiastic supporter of the esports industry, and this documentary series is just the latest in a series of initiatives.

You can watch the first four episodes of GG Chronicles now on BLAST Premier’s YouTube channel.

GG.BET is an international betting brand with a presence in the UK, Europe and Asia. The Company operates under the GG.BET brand and is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, Antillephone N.V. (Curaçao), the Malta Gaming Authority, and the Ukrainian Gambling and Lottery Commission. GG.BET is a member of the ESIC – a not-for-profit association which supports fair play in esports.

BLAST is an esports entertainment company and tournament organizer based in Denmark. BLAST produces and organizes Counter-Strike tournaments across the globe, and their BLAST Premier series is one of the highlights of the CS esports calendar. In 2024, the company will host a further four BLAST Premier events, leading into the upcoming 2025 season. 

 

Michael Hassall
Michael Hassall

Since: January 31, 2024

Michael has worked in the esports industry for five years after a brief career in marketing. A professional writer for almost a decade, and a lifelong gamer, writing about esports is his one true passion, when he’s not glued to a screen playing the games he writes about.

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