Cloud9 professional player Sergey Ax1Le Rykhtorov complained about the technical equipment of BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2023 on social networks.
The esportsman noted that the monitors on stage and in the training rooms are different:
Different monitors in practice (240Hz without DyAc support) and on stage (360Hz with latest DyAc). Not cool, BLAST.
On May 31, the BLAST tournament organizer announced the schedule of the upcoming BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2023 CS:GO group stage matches. The opening matches of the championship will be held on June 7. At 20:00 Moscow time, Cloud9 will play against G2 Esports.
BLAST Premier: Spring Final 2023 will be held June 7-11 in LAN format in Washington, USA. Eight teams compete for $425,000, BLAST Premier points and a spot in the year’s final tournament.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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