BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 Predictions

Posted on November 17, 2021

We have recently watched the spectacle that was PGL Major Stockholm 2021, and now we’re drawing closer to another explosive CSGO event – BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021. November is truly shaping up to be the best month of the year for CSGO fans. We’re going to take a look at the event, go over the format and the schedule, and then dive right into the BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 predictions. This year’s PGL Major Stockholm 2021 champions, Natus Vincere, are looking to take another title. We’ll see if they’ll be able to beat the opposition this time around.

Eight top-tier CSGO teams will be battling for the lion’s share of the $425.000 prize pool in the Royal Arena in Copenhagen. But more importantly, the winner of the tournament will secure a trip to the final BLAST event of the season, BLAST Premier: World Final 2021.

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The Format and Prize Pool of BLAST Premier: Fall Final

This esports tournament will start with a bang, going straight into the double-elimination playoffs where the teams will fight in a series of best-of-three matches. The first round of matches will begin on November 24th, while the grand final match will decide the winner on November 28th.

This gives us four days of non-stop CSGO action with no breaks or delays, and each new day will bring new BLAST Premier Fall Final betting opportunities. Make sure to check out some of the best CS:GO betting sites to find the best BLAST Premier Fall Final betting odds.

The $425.000 prize pool will be divided in the following way:

  • 1st: $225.000 – World Final
  • 2nd: $85.000
  • 3rd: $40.000
  • 4th: $25.000
  • 5th-6th: $15.000
  • 7th-8th: $10.000

The main prize of the event is certainly the ticket to the BLAST Premier: World Final, but the extra $225.000 just sweetens the deal. It’s hard to say with certainty which team will claim it, but the BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 predictions certainly tilt towards Natus Vincere.

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The Teams

Each of the eight teams competing in BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 have earned their right to be here. Six of them qualified through the BLAST Premier: Fall Groups, while the remaining two secured their spots through BLAST Premier: Fall Showdown.

Fall Groups teams:

  • Team Vitality
  • Natus Vincere
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • Astralis
  • BIG
  • FaZe Clan

Fall Showdown teams:

  • Heroic
  • Team Liquid

With so many incredible CSGO teams attending the tournament, there’s no doubt we’ll see a fierce competition. Since the tournament immediately begins with a playoff format, all the teams will be giving it their all from day one. This could be a good opportunity to secure some great value BLAST Premier bets.

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Who’s Going to Win BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021?

It’s time for the BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 predictions, where we’ll highlight a few of the CSGO teams that have the highest odds of winning this tournament.

Natus Vincere

Our favourites for this event will have to be Natus Vincere. It’s hard to deny all the success this team has achieved this year. They won one of the biggest CSGO events of this year, PGL Major Stockholm 2021, and took $1.000.000 home with them. But prior to that event, they also won the Intel Extreme Masters XVI – Cologne in July and then the ESL Pro League Season 14 in September.

If that wasn’t enough to convince you, just consider that Natus Vincere were also the BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 winners, so they know their way around this event.

With such a flawless season behind them, it’s hard to imagine them losing here. As such, they’re our number one pick for the BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 predictions.

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Team Vitality

Although we see Natus Vincere winning the tournament, Team Vitality is the team we see them fighting in the grand final. Vitality could be considered a dark horse in this tournament, although they’ve displayed on multiple occasions that they’re a top tier CSGO squad.

We believe they’ll make it through the upper bracket quarterfinals and the semifinals. We already saw them climb to the grand finals during ESL Pro League Season 14. They fought none other than Natus Vincere and put up one hell of a fight. So if you’re looking for a team that has a great shot of winning their first matches of the event while also having some great CSGO betting odds, then Team Vitality is one of your best picks.

BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 Odds

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