May was a hell of a month when it comes to CS:GO tournaments and CS:GO betting in general. We’ve seen the tremendous DreamHack Masters Spring 2021, Flashpoint 3, cs_summit 8, and a few more local gems.
Luckily for all the enthusiasts out there, June continued in the same manner, and we’ll witness some severe action in the following days.
If you’re looking for an event to watch or a lucrative CS:GO betting opportunity, make sure to read this article.
BLAST Premier Spring Finals
With the outstanding $425,000 prize pool, BLAST Premier Spring Finals is undoubtedly the greatest CS:GO tournament in June. It’s been a few days since the final seedings are declared, and according to the qualified teams, we’re about to see some vigorous action.
For those not familiar with the BLAST Premier Spring Finals – this event is the one that will crown the winners of the entire Spring series that’s ongoing since February.
The best part about this competition is the total number of competing teams. Unlike other popular events, BLAST Finals will have only eight seeds that feature some of the greatest teams in the world at this moment.
Check out the entire list of teams below and make sure not to miss this one out.
Placing a wager on BLAST Premier’s Finals is a risky decision for an untrained eye. Most of those teams are in their top form, and it might be hard to tell the favorites. However, if you’ve been carefully watching the entire Spring split, perhaps you know what to do.
According to our insights, the two teams with the greatest odds of winning this one are Natus Vincere and Gambit, and we certainly expect them in the finals. However, just behind those two, we have Complexity and G2. They showed decent form in the past month, and they could challenge both Na’Vi and Gambit.
Spring Sweet Spring #3
This one might not be as grand as Blast Premier, yet we can’t call it a minor event either. This is the fourth SSS tournament in 2021, and in the past ones, we’ve seen OG and ForZe as strong title dominators.
The prize pool of $100,000 is pretty good, especially if we consider two additional factors. The first one is that the winning team will get $40,000. And the second is that the winner takes the direct placement for the LAN Sweet LAN, a LAN event (believe it or not) that will take place in Belgrade, Serbia, in February 2022.
StarLadder CIS RMR 2021
CIS has always been an interesting CS:GO region to watch, but what happened during the EPIC League boosted the entertainment factor sky-high. Many pro players and reputable commentators ranked the last EPIC League as the best CIS CS:GO event in recent history.
This left fans eager for more action within the Commonwealth region, and the event to follow is the StarLadder CIS RMR 2021. This one is scheduled for the 27th of June and will last through July 4th.
Five participating teams are already known, and those are Spirit, NaVi, Gambit, Virtus.pro, and Akuma. There will be five more to join from the qualifiers that will take place from 18th to June 21st.