German esports association Berlin International Gaming (BIG) has joined BLAST Premier as a Member Team subsequent to winning a ‘serious offering measure’, as indicated by the competition coordinator.

BIG has become the twelfth group in BLAST Premier’s participation program, supplanting 100 Thieves following the association’s exit from CS:GO.

Robbie Douek, the CEO of BLAST, remarked on the association through a delivery: “BIG are profoundly regarded in the business and have been quite possibly the best esports associations in the course of recent months – making them the ideal expansion to BLAST Premier as a Member Team.

“We embraced an inside and out and broad cycle while choosing BIG for our most recent Member Team, the extension and level of revenue and speculation for this last opening is a demonstration of the staggering development and accomplishment of BLAST Premier throughout the most recent year.”

Since being established in 2017, BIG has gradually formed into a significant esports association in Europe. A year ago saw the association’s CS:GO group guarantee the DreamHack Masters Spring prize. In addition, BIG likewise has a serious League of Legends group in the Prime League, Germany’s head LoL rivalry.

Due to being a BLAST Premier part, the german association will consequently acquire a spot in the impending Fall and Spring Groups.

Daniel Finkler, CEO of BIG, added: “We are unimaginably pleased and eager to be a piece of BLAST Premier as a Member Team. The fruitful securing means that our remarkable advancement in the previous years. We have plainly settled ourselves among the world’s best groups because of our group’s persistent effort and individuals working in the background.

“The competition arrangement BLAST has made as of late is quite possibly the most-watched, engaging and serious in Counter-Strike, and we anticipate contending close by a portion of the world’s best groups in the impending seasons as a Member Team. Now, we need to thank our financial specialist Marc Staperfeld, who shared our aspiration and upheld us immensely with the up front investment charge during the exceptionally serious offering measure.”

BIG joins BLAST Premier’s participation program at the rear of the competition coordinator’s fruitful Global Finals. The BLAST Premier Global Finals topped at 687,691 watchers, making the competition the most-watched online occasion in Counter-Strike history.

As indicated by the official statement, BLAST is hoping to have up to 32 groups contend across its seven BLAST Premier occasions in 2021. Besides, the coordinator predicts that around 80 groups will contend in its passing occasions. Part Teams are relied upon to include in at any rate four of these rivalries.

The excess BLAST Premier Member Teams are Astralis, Ninjas in Pajamas, G2 Esports, OG, Vitality, Na’Vi, FaZe Clan, Complexity, Team Liquid, MiBR and Evil Geniuses.

BIG will without a doubt be glad to have been chosen as a Member Team for BLAST Premier. While little data is given over the ‘intensity’ of the cycle, given the new accomplishment of BLAST Premier, it does not shock to discover that the position was profoundly pursued. Because of its new part status, BIG has obviously plot its aspirations in CS:GO for years to come.