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About BLAST...
Vietnam NaMmer 
Do you think their format is good for CSGO competitive scene? Are you entertained watching BLAST? Bo1 or Bo3, unpredicted Veto or known Veto? - My answer is that BLAST is neither a competitive tournament nor entertaining, it's more like a boring on-stage performance rather than real esport. You chose the veto 2 weeks prior and then bo1 to perform in front of the audience? It feels like you have a final examination but now you know all the questions beforehand and just study like a programmed robot.
2019-04-18 21:08
yes what's the problem Idk why people don't value bo1s. It is where you have to be very skillful and in form to win. Slight deviation from proper play and you're done. yes, till the time FalleN keeps falling in the BLAST showmatch as it is.
2019-04-18 21:11
format is fine, but lack of overtimes is annoying for me
2019-04-18 21:12
absolutely this, in such a short format there is no place for 15-15 draw. i actually like BLAST format, i think it's a nice change from other formats. but come on, you're really that pressed for time taht you can't play another 10 minutes in OT?
2019-04-18 21:14
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GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Scr4T 
Yeah if a team wins 4 games they can choose their finalist in a kind of way...
2019-04-18 21:16
10 minutes short for more "entertainment"
2019-04-18 22:16
in no world this format is good for cs these tournaments are just showmatches, nothing more winning one isn't a huge achievement and don't get me started on how the format can even let u manipulate results lets just say the last blast pro series happened in brazil there is a world where liquid could get paid to throw that last match against mibr so that the home crowd can cheer for something and also, liquid had a choice to lose so that they can choose themselves what team they face in final
2019-04-18 21:14
vietnamese opinion about something csgo related LUL
2019-04-18 21:18
the 1v1 aimbattle match is pretty fun to watch. But the BO1 its pretty bad
2019-04-18 22:18
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