20/01/21 CS:GO Blast Premier Global Final Tournament – Predictions & Betting Tips

The much-awaited CSGO Blast Premier Global Final Tournament 2021 has finally started. Competing for a prize-pool of $1,375,000, here are the statistics of the matches to be held today.


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20/01/21 CS:GO Blast Premier Global Final Tournament – Predictions & Betting Tips


Vitality vs. Complexity

Team Vitality and Complexity Gaming have participated in a lot of matches against each other, a total of 19 matches where Team Vitality prevailed 11 times and Complexity Gaming won the other 8.

Here are the scores of the last match Team Vitality won against Complexity Gaming on the 16th of December 2020 at the IEM Global Challenge 2020 tournament, winning at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Map 1 – Nuke: Team Vitality – 16 and Complexity Gaming – 9
  • Map 2 – Dust II: Team Vitality – 16 and Complexity Gaming – 3

Complexity Gaming removed Vertigo and Inferno and picked Nuke. Team Vitality removed Train and Dust II, and removed Mirage; Overpass was leftover.

In the first map, Player “ZywOo” of Team Vitality achieved 3 Scout kills on the defense from Heaven location and also achieved 3 CZ75A HS kills on the defense in the pistol round.

As for the last match that Complexity Gaming won against Team Vitality, it was on the 18th of September 2020 at the ESL Pro League Season 12 Europe tournament, winning at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Map 1 – Nuke: Team Vitality – 10 and Complexity Gaming – 16
  • Map 2 – Vertigo: Team Vitality – 11 and Complexity Gaming – 16

Complexity Gaming removed Inferno and Overpass and picked Nuke. Team Vitality removed Train and Mirage, and picked Vertigo; Dust II was leftover.

Player “k0nfig” of Complexity Gaming achieved 4 kills (2 Glock HS, USP-S HS, Knife) on bombsite B offensive in the pistol round.

Team Vitality has a win-rate of 83% for both Inferno and Overpass while Complexity Gaming has a win-rate of 50% at Overpass and 52.7% for Inferno.

France’s Team Vitality has a beautiful world ranking of #2 while Europe’s Complexity Gaming also has an impressive world ranking of #12.

Complexity Gaming has a win-rate of 46% with a total earning of $1,059,210 and Team Vitality has a win-rate of 70% with a total earning of $1,575,304.

We are supporting Team Vitality to win! – Bet @ Picklebet

 

Na’ Vi vs. Team Liquid

Natus Vincere and Team Liquid have competed in 13 matches against each other, where Natus Vincere won 6 times while Team Liquid won 7 times.

The following are the scores of the match that Natus Vincere played against Team Liquid and won on the 18th of December at the IEM Global Challenge 2020 tournament, winning at a score of 2 – 0:

  • Map 1 – Mirage: Natus Vincere – 19 and Team Liquid – 16
  • Map 2 – Nuke: Natus Vincere – 16 and Team Liquid – 10

Team Liquid removed Train and Inferno and picked Mirage. Natus Vincere removed Vertigo and Dust II and picked Nuke; Overpass was leftover.

In the first map, Player “Grim” from Team Liquid achieved a 1v5 clutch attempt in a T – pre-plant situation and got denied after 3 CZ75A HS kills on bombsite B (offensive).

Secondly, Player “Stewie2K” from Team Liquid achieved 3 Deagle kills (2 HS) on bombsite B defense in a 3vs3 situation.

Moving towards Team Liquid’s last match where they defeated Natus Vincere, it was on the 7th of July 2019 at the ESL One Cologne 2019 tournament where they won at a score of 2 – 0. It has been quite a long time since Team Liquid has defeated Natus Vincere, they’re performance is surely shocking to a lot of people. Let’s have a look at the scores of this match:

  • Map 1 –Dust II: Natus Vincere – 12 and Team Liquid – 16
  • Map 2 – Overpass: Natus Vincere – 12 and Team Liquid – 16

Natus Vincere removed Vertigo and Inferno and picked Dust II. Liquid removed Train and Nuke and picked Overpass. Mirage was leftover.

In the first map, Player “Twistzz” from Team Liquid took down three on the offense, and Player “nitr0” also from Team Liquid took down three to deny the plant.

In the first map, Player “flamie” from Natus Vincere sniped down three to hold the line, and Player “Boombl4” also from Natus Vincere achieved a 1v3 clutch.

Natus Vincere has a win-rate of 79% for Nuke and 67% for Train whereas Team Liquid has a win-rate of 71% at Nuke and 60% for Dust II.

The United States’ Team Liquid has an excellent world ranking of #8 whereas Russia’s Natus Vincere has a marvelous world ranking of #3.

Team Liquid has a win-rate of 62% with a total earning of $3,691,299 and Natus Vincere has a win-rate of 59% with a total earning of $3,588,111.

Natus Vincere to take this one out in a close match! – Bet @ Picklebet

 

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Charles Lee
About the Author: Charles Lee

Charles is GoBet’s dedicated eSports gaming specialist and in writing for GoBet he has found a way to combine his two passions in life – journalism and gaming. Charles has been a freelance journalist for more than six years and has been gaming since he was four years old. An ex semi-professional eSports gamer himself, when he’s not gaming or writing, he’s usually watching the pros and analysing the eSports betting markets.

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