News • May 10, 2019 21:43 UTC
The first day of BLAST Pro Series Madrid 19 is in the bag. Vodafone Giants became the first team to qualify for a BLAST Pro Series tournament ever. Astralis topped the leaderboard with 2 wins and 0 losses, while all other teams tied 1-1, except Vodafone Giants who has some catching up to do after 2 losses.
News • May 10, 2019 13:44 UTC
BLAST Pro Sereis Madrid is under way and in this article we'll update all the pictures, behind the scenes peeks, impressions and relevant information. Thursday was filled with fun and games in BLAST Backstage and Friday it is time for the real BLASTOFF! All pictures are available in HD for free editorial, non-commercial use.
News • May 09, 2019 08:02 UTC
Here is a compiled guide, answering questions you might have about: The teams coming to BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019 Enrique “xPeke” Cedeño Martinez, an esports legend coming to meet his fans The Season Leaderboard Full schedule for both days in Madrid Arena Tournament format, the BLAST Stand-Off, and prize distribution
News • Apr 26, 2019 11:53 UTC
The full schedule for BLAST Pro Series Madrid 2019 is ready. For the first time a team will qualify via a local play-in where 2 Spanish teams will face off in Madrid Arena for the 6th and final spot in the main tournament. Both the qulialifier and the first two group stage rounds will be played in front of a live arena audienence, giving the fans an opportunity to watch all matches live!
News • Apr 24, 2019 11:01 UTC
When BLAST Pro Series takes on Madrid on May 10-11 in Madrid Arena it will be in the company of the Finnish superteam ENCE, and for the first time ever, a locally qualified team. Vodafone Giants have qualified for the Play-In final in Madrid Arena on May 10, where they will play against Movistar Riders for a spot in BLAST Pro Series Madrid 19's main tournament.