RFRSH Entertainment plans to expand the BLAST Pro Series to North America

BLAST Pro Series plans to expand to North America

RFRSH Entertainment announced Monday the next event in its BLAST Pro Series will be held in the United States.

August 28, 2017
Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan will compete int he BLAST Pro Series.

Ninjas in Pyjamas and FaZe Clan will compete in the BLAST Pro Series

Ninjas and Pyjamas and FaZe Clan became the third and fourth teams to join the BLAST Pro Series Counter-Strike tournament this fall

August 22, 2017
Astralis and North will compete in the Blast Pro Series.

Astralis to compete in CS:GO tournament operated by its majority owner

RFRSH Entertainment announced Wednesday that Astralis and North will compete in its BLAST: Pro Series Counter-Strike event in November.

August 9, 2017
Documents reveal RFRSH owns majority shares in both Astralis and Heroic.

UPDATED: RFRSH confirms ownership of Astralis and Heroic, is negotiating ownership of Godsent

Journalist Richard Lewis revealed Thursday documents that show RFRSH Entertainment owns majority shares in Astralis and Heroic — despite a previous denial from the organization.

July 14, 2017
RFRSH Entertainment announced Thursday a $250,000 BLAST Pro Series Counter-Strike tournament.

RFRSH launches the BLAST Pro Series, a $250,000 CS:GO tournament coming in November

RFRSH Entertainment announced Thursday a $250,000 Counter-Strike tournament called the BLAST Pro Series, which will run in November.

July 13, 2017
RFRSH Entertainment will adhere to WESA's standards about multiple-team ownership/

RFRSH agrees to adopt WESA’s regulations regarding multiple team ownership

The World Esports Association (WESA) announced Thursday that RFRSH Entertainment, which represents Counter-Strike teams Astralis, Godsent and Heroic, has come to agreement in adoption of WESA’s standards regarding multiple team ownership.

June 29, 2017
The Danish Sports Federation won't recognize esports as a sport, and RFRSH Entertainment could be part of the reason

RFRSH Entertainment might be one reason the Danish Sports Federation won’t recognize esports as a sport

The Danish Sports Federation refuses to recognize esports as an official sport in Denmark, and RFRSH Entertainment could be part of the reason why.

May 25, 2017

RFRSH attempts to address “multiple team co-ownership” conflict in statement

RFRSH Entertainment, the esports marketing and media rights company that represents Astralis, Godsent and Norse, released a statement Tuesday about the “RFRSH model” and attempted to address concerns about the co-ownership of multiple teams.

March 14, 2017