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FaZe falls to GamerLegion in BLAST Groups

With an upset victory in their initial series in Group B against the world’s second-best team, GamerLegion is off to an incredible start in the BLAST Premier Spring Groups. The club under the leadership of Janusz “Snax” Pogorzelski was considered one of the weaker teams going into the competition, but they have shown they are a formidable opponent. They are first-timers among all of the new expansion teams joining BLAST Premier. Continue reading this article for the best information on esports predictions!

Because of Snax’s leadership and output, as well as Sebastian “volt” Maloș’s Player of the Match performance, GamerLegion is able to move on from the losses of Kamil “siuhy” Szkaradek and Mihai “iM” Ivan, who were lost to bigger fish after the team’s run at the BLAST.tv Paris Major in the second half of 2023. Sebastian Volos Malos was the game’s best player. He dealt 74 damage a round on average. The British esports competitor had a K\D ratio of 36\27.

FaZe falls to GamerLegion in BLAST Groups
GamerLegion player, isak, competing on stage

In the first 3 Overpass rounds, GamerLegion started out well and didn’t lose a single player. However, they gradually lost momentum as FaZe regained the lead at the half. After falling down 5–9, GamerLegion stood firm on the CT side and claimed 8 of the 10 rounds to guarantee their spot in the decisive regulation round.


With the intention of advancing the series to a decider, FaZe moved to their selection; however, two evenly matched 6-6 sides forced the map into extra rounds. After rallying from 2 match points in typical FaZe fashion, the international super squad attempted to pull a rabbit out of a hat, but in overtime, volt took down the B site, and they ran out of steam.

Even with their customary late-game shenanigans, FaZe, the early CS2 dominant force and the runners-up in the last 2 competitions of 2023, have had a slow start to the new year. As a result, they will now travel to Copenhagen’s lower bracket to face the losing team in the Liquid vs. Spirit series. With a rating of 0.89, David “frozen” Čerňanský, who was highly praised as a rookie during the award season, finished at the bottom of the scoreboard, right next to Finn “karrigan” Andersen, after having a bad day. The Slovakian rifler, who demonstrated at the BLAST Premier World Final in 2023 that he could fit right in with the club, will be hoping for a stronger performance when he and his teammates battle for survival in the remaining matches of the tournament.

In the upcoming round, GamerLegion will take on the victorious team, while Finn Karrigan Andersen’s squad will battle to keep their spot in the championship by defeating Team Spirit or Team Liquid. Complexity Gaming and OG have already been eliminated earlier in the tournament. The dates of BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2024 are January 22–28. Teams are vying for a $190,000 prize fund and berths in the series’ later tournaments. FaZe will be hoping for a quick turnaround to their form as it will define their future in the competition and could give an insight on what is expected of this team.

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