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The BLAST Premier Counter-Strike stage as two teams prepare to compete.
Photo by Stephanie Lindgren via BLAST

BLAST Premier Spring Finals CS2 2024: Results, schedule, and more

Competetive Counter-Strike marches to London.

The last tier one CS2 events of the first half of 2024 took place in June before competitive players and teams headed for a month-long summer break. The biggest and (deservedly) the most-anticipated tournament was BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2024.

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Eight teams gathered in London to fight for a lion’s share of $425,000. But the money wasn’t the only reward, since the winners were directly invited to an event that concludes the Counter-Strike competitive year: The BLAST Premier World Final. Two squads already secured their place—Spirit and Natus Vincere. The former did so by winning Katowice, while the latter was invited after hoisting the Major trophy in March.

Here’s everything you need to know about BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2024: Match schedule, results, streams, and more.

BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2024 CS2 format and teams

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Will G2 continue their winning streak? Photo by Stephanie Lindgren via ESL

BLAST Premier Spring Finals 2024 featured a GSL-style double-elimination group stage. Like a few previous tier-one events, this time around there was also a small twist. Instead of only two teams from each group making it to the playoffs, three participants qualified instead.

The winner of the upper bracket final proceeded directly to the playoff semifinals, while the upper bracket runner-up and the lower bracket qualifier began the playoffs in the quarterfinals. All matches are concluded in best-of-three format, with the final on Sunday being a best-of-five spectacle.

The squads who visited the U.K. in June were as follows:

  • FaZe Clan
  • SAW
  • NAVI
  • Astralis
  • Vitality
  • Virtus Pro
  • Spirit
  • G2 Esports

BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024 schedule, scores, and results

The action kicked off on Wednesday, June 12, with each of the eight teams coming out to play. Looking at the format, victory in the first series was essential since it guaranteed a direct spot in the playoffs.


Here are the full standings for the BLAST Premier Spring Final 2024:

PlacementPrize (USD)Team
First$200,000, spot at BLAST Premier World Final 2024Team Spirit
Third$40,000Vitality, VP
Fifth$20,000Astralis, FaZe
Seventh$10,000SAW, G2

Group Stage

All times below are in Central Time (CT).

Wednesday, June 12

  • 6am: FaZe 2-0 SAW
  • 8:30am: NAVI 2-0 Astralis
  • 11am: Vitality 1-2 VP
  • 1:30pm: Spirit 2-1 G2

Thursday, June 13

  • 6am: SAW 0-2 Astralis
    • SAW is eliminated.
  • 8:30am: FaZe 1-2 NAVI
    • NAVI proceeds to playoff semifinals, FaZe proceeds to playoff quarterfinals.
  • 11am: Vitality 2-1 G2
    • G2 is eliminated.
  • 1:30pm: VP 0-2 Spirit
    • Spirit proceeds to playoff semifinals, VP proceeds to playoff quarterfinals.


All times below are in Central Time (CT).

Friday, June 14

  • 10am: FaZe 1-2 Vitality
    • FaZe win 13-4 on Inferno.
    • Vitality win 13-10 on Dust 2.
    • Vitality win 13-6 on Mirage.
    • Vitality proceeds to semifinals, FaZe is eliminated.
  • 1pm: VP 2-0 Astralis
    • VP win 13-8 on Inferno.
    • VP win 13-10 on Dust 2.
    • VP proceeds to semifinals, Astralis is eliminated.

Saturday, June 15

  • 10am: Spirit 2-1 Vitality
    • Vitality win 13-11 on Mirage.
    • Spirit win 13-9 on Dust 2.
    • Spirit win 13-9 on Anubis.
    • Spirit proceeds to grand final, Vitality is eliminated.
  • 1pm: NAVI 2-0 VP
    • NAVI win 13-5 on Anubis.
    • NAVI win 13-9 on Mirage.
    • NAVI proceeds to grand final, VP is eliminated.

Sunday, June 16

  • 9am: Spirit 3-1 NAVI
    • Spirit win 13-9 on Ancient.
    • Spirit win 13-9 on Dust 2.
    • NAVI win 13-4 on Mirage.
    • Spirit win 13-6 on Nuke.

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