BLAST Premier World Final 2023: All Qualified CS2 Teams

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BLAST Premier World Final 2023: All Qualified CS2 Teams

All participants are ready for the final event of this season.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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All eight slots for the final BLAST Premier tournament of the year have finally been booked.
Cloud9 became the last and final team to complete the lineup of competitors for BLAST Premier World Final 2023.
Here are all teams that will be present at the year-end tournament and how they managed to make it this far.

BLAST Premier World Final 2023 has finally filled all eight slots with its last qualifying tournament, BLAST Premier Fall Final 2023, crowning Team Vitality as the champion.

However, the French organization had already qualified for the final event by winning the Paris Major 2023 which was also organized by BLAST.

So things came down to the BLAST Premier Global Leaderboard 2023 to decide which team deserved to take the last remaining slot out of the four eligible teams still in contention - Astralis, Cloud9, Complexity Gaming, and Ninjas in Pyjamas.

Here are details about which team bagged the last slot and the final lineup of competitors that will be present in Copenhagen, Denmark to culminate the 2023 season of BLAST Premier.


BLAST Premier World Final 2023: Complete Lineup of All Qualified CS2 Teams

After the conclusion of six qualifying tournaments split across two seasons, BLAST Premier has obtained its eight final teams that will be competing in the upcoming BLAST Premier World Final 2023.

This final competition is scheduled to take place from 13th to 17th December 2023 at the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, offering a maximum capacity of 18,000 people.


  • Heroic

    This team managed to qualify for the main event by winning the final tournament of the first season, BLAST Premier Spring Final 2023.

    The team is currently ranked second on the global BLAST leaderboard with a total of 11,725 points.

  • Team Vitality

    This team managed to qualify for the main event by winning the Paris Major 2023, which was organized by BLAST.

    The team won the final tournament of the second season, BLAST Premier Fall Final 2023.

    Vitality is currently ranked first on the global BLAST leaderboard with a total of 13,900 points.

  • FaZe Clan

    This team managed to qualify for the main event by winning the ESL Pro League Season 17 in the first quarter of 2023.


    The team is currently ranked third on the global BLAST leaderboard with a total of 11,600 points.

  • MOUZ

    This team managed to qualify for the main event by winning the ESL Pro League Season 17 in the first quarter of 2023.


    The team is currently ranked ninth on the global BLAST leaderboard with a total of 4,700 points.

Team Vitality at BLAST Premier Fall Final 2023

  • G2 Esports

    This team managed to qualify for the main event on the basis of the global BLAST leaderboard where it is currently ranked fourth with a total of 10,900 points.

  • Natus Vincere

    This team managed to qualify for the main event on the basis of the global BLAST leaderboard where it is currently ranked fifth with a total of 8,500 points.

  • ENCE

    This team managed to qualify for the main event on the basis of the global BLAST leaderboard where it is currently ranked sixth with a total of 7,775 points.

  • Cloud9

    This team managed to qualify for the main event on the basis of the global BLAST leaderboard where it is currently ranked seventh with a total of 6,000 points.

Cloud9 at BLAST Premier Fall Final 2023

These are the eight teams that have managed to qualify for the main season-end CS2 tournament, BLAST Premier World Final 2023, featuring a total prize pool of $1,000,000 USD which will be split between all the eight competing teams as per their rankings.

It will be interesting to see if G2 Esports will be able to defend the throne after making it this far in the journey. Which team do you think will manage to lift the trophy in the final LAN event of the year in front of a live audience?


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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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