On day three of Blast Premier Showdown, Heroic dominated towards SAW, and 9z eradicated Vitality. Tomorrow, OG will play G2, and Dignitas will tackle Spirit.
Heroic Proceed Win Streak
Going into their match towards SAW, Heroic was on a ten sequence win streak following their undefeated win at ESL Pro League. To no shock, Heroic swept SAW 2-0 in Blast Premier Showdown. On map one, Vertigo, Heroic, René “TeSeS” Madsen led the cost on a stable CT facet from Heroic. SAW participant Tiago “JUST” Moura tried to maintain his staff in it, however Heroic saved pushing. The half ended 11-4, and Heroic had no downside successful the final 5 rounds to shut out map one 16-4.
— BLAST Premier Spring Showdown (@BLASTPremier) April 15, 2021
On map two, Practice, Heroic began off robust with JUST holding his staff within the recreation with 14 kills in eight rounds and a clutch to bail his staff out. Nevertheless, Practice is a playground for AWPers, and Casper “cadiaN” Møller proved that with 20 kills on the board and closed the map out 16-6. Heroic received the sequence 2-0 and eradicated SAW from Blast Premier Showdown.
9z upset Vitality
9z could also be an unknown staff, however they certified for Blast Premier Showdown by means of FiReLEAGUE Latin Energy Spring 2021. Whereas 9z is an up-and-coming staff, they obtained matched up towards Vitality first spherical. With Vitality releasing longtime member Cédric “RpK” Guipouy in favor of Jayson “Kyojin” Nguyen Van, the French squad was decided to ship him out correctly. However that didn’t precisely work out. All gamers on the squad had an amazing first map, particularly Richard “shox” Papillon, who had 17 kills and three deaths within the first half of Nuke. Nevertheless, Santino “attempt” Rigal of 9z put up a dominant second map with 26 kills to win his staff the second map 16-12. 9z saved pushing ahead and had a 12-3 on map three, Inferno. Surprisingly, 9z closed out map three 16-12 and received towards the dominant Group Vitality 2-1.
4 SHOTS, 4 KILLS FOR @tryzinn WITH THE AWP!
— BLAST Premier Spring ShowUPSETS (@BLASTPremier) April 15, 2021
For tomorrow’s matches, Friday, April 16, there are some things to watch out for. Followers ought to be certain to convert the times to their native time zones in order to not miss something. Additionally, in the event you missed a day of matches, you’ll be able to see recaps for day one or day two or Blast Premier Showdown.
OG vs. G2 (9:30 am Japanese Daylight Time)
Dignitas vs. Spirit (12:30 pm Japanese Daylight Time)