BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, More

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BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Teams, Results, Schedule, Format, More

Which team will start the year on a winning note?

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Highlights
The BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024 is all set to take place from 22nd to 28th January in Copenhagen, Denmark.
It will feature a total prize pool of $190,000 USD which will be split between all the 16 competing teams.
All matches will be played on LAN but not in front of a live audience at the BLAST Studio.

The BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024 is scheduled to take place from 22nd to 28th January in Copenhagen, Denmark, featuring a total prize pool of $190,000 USD which will be split between all the competing teams.

It will witness participation from 16 teams, each looking to start their season on a winning note. The top six teams will qualify for the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024 while the remaining teams will have to settle for a slot in the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2024.


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Complete Details

BLAST is all set to organize the first Counter- Strike 2 (CS2) tournament of the 2024 competitive season which will sort the 16 competing teams between the upcoming Spring Final and Spring Showdown tournaments.

Here is everything you need to know about the BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024.


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Teams

A total of 16 teams will be competing in this tournament, out of which 12 participants are 'Partner Teams' while the remaining four are 'Affiliate Teams'.

Partner Teams

  1. Astralis

  2. BIG

  3. Cloud9

  4. Complexity Gaming

  5. FaZe Clan

  6. G2 Esports

  7. Heroic

  8. Natus Vincere

  9. Ninjas in Pyjamas

  10. OG

  11. Team Liquid

  12. Team Vitality

Affiliate Teams

  1. GamerLegion

  2. Team Falcons

  3. Team Spirit

  4. Virtus.pro


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Schedule and Results

The week-long tournament will take place from 22nd to 28th January on LAN at the BLAST Studio located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is split into two parts, starting with Group Stage and concluding with Play-In Stage.

  • Group Stage: 22nd to 28th January

  • Play-In Stage: 28th January

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Play-In Stage


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Format

Group Stage

  • The 16 teams will be divided into four groups of four teams each.

  • All groups will follow a double-elimination format where each match will be a best-of-three series.

  • The winner of each group will advance to the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024.

  • The runners-up of each group will advance to the next stage.

Play-In Stage

  • The four qualifying teams will compete in a single-elimination bracket where every match will be a best-of-three series.

  • The winners will directly advance to the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024.

  • All remaining teams will move ahead to the BLAST Premier Spring Showdown 2024.


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Prize Pool

The tournament features a total prize pool of $190,000 USD which will be split between all 16 competing teams. The amount of prize money will depend on their overall placement in the tournament.


BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024: Livestream

BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2024 will be broadcasted live across multiple streaming platforms like YouTube and Twitch in multiple languages.

All those interested in watching the tournament in English can do so by clicking on the links provided below.


All participating teams will be looking to give their absolute best in order to start the competitive season on a positive note by qualifying for the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024.

Only six teams will be able to cement a spot for themselves in this tournament while the remaining will move on to the Spring Showdown, where they will have to make another attempt to reach the Spring Final.

It will be interesting to see the CS2 teams in action along with their updated and revamped lineups.


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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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