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CS:GO - BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen
Copenhagen plays host to a truly top-class CS:GO event this weekend as the BLAST Pro Series, an invitational tournament, heads to the Danish capital.
Six of the world’s best CS:GO teams, including four of the current top five, will battle it out for a total prize pool of $250,000 in Copenhagen’s Royal Arena this weekend. All the teams will play each other once in the group stage, before the top two face off in a best-of-three duel for the title in Scandinavia.
An exhibition match will take place before the grand final. This is between the team that finishes third in the group stage and an opponent of their choice from the bottom three. Five one-on-one aim duels will be played and there is a bonus prize pool of $20,000 for this game.
Local heroes Astralis, currently ranked as the best team in the world, are the clear favourites for the title (odds: 1.65). The Danish outfit has already won six titles at important events this year, including the FACEIT Major: London. Their star man, Nicolai ‘dev1ce’ Reedtz, is also the frontrunner for the MVP title (4.00). The 23-year-old is looking to add to his collection of the four MVP medals he has already won at big tournaments this year.
Natus Vincere (6.00) have shown that they are a force to be reckoned with by winning three titles and reaching the grand final of another four tournaments this year. The team, spearheaded by Aleksandr ‘s1mple’ Kostyliev (MVP title odds: 5.00), will be ready to pounce should Astralis slip up in Copenhagen.
MIBR (7.00) finished third at the FACEIT Major: London and got even closer to a top prize when they were defeated in the final of the BLAST Pro Series: Istanbul tournament. The Brazilian-American quintet is still looking for its first major title since the change from SK Gaming to Made in Brazil.
FaZe (9.00), winners of EPICENTER 2018, look like they’re back to their best and could represent some value in Copenhagen. They will be full of confidence after defeating NaVi in the final in Moscow.
The Ninjas in Pyjamas (13.37) have been fighting hard, but are still awaiting their first major title of the year. Although the experienced Swedes have been missing from this year’s finals, they did finish third at the BLAST Pro Series in Istanbul and the DreamHack Masters in Stockholm, giving them hope ahead of this tournament. However, time is running out for them to pick up a trophy this year. Should they fail to do so, it will be the first year since CS:GO was released that NIP fail to win a title.
Cloud9 (25.00), winners of the ELEAGUE Major in Boston in January, have failed to build on their great start to the year and several line-up changes have not yet had the desired effect. The American outfit, who have French veteran Fabien ‘kioShiMa’ Fiey as a stand-in for this tournament, are not expected to trouble the favourites here.
Whoever ends up lifting the trophy, one thing’s for sure: This CS:GO tournament will provide world-class action and seriously exciting matches. bet-at-home.com has top odds on all the clashes and hopes that fans everywhere will enjoy an exciting tournament!