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| Author Anuj Gupta
CS:GO: PGL To Hold The Next Major In Belgium
PGL sets a new exciting location and opens the door to fans. What more do we want from a CS:GO Major?
PGL has announced that the next CS:GO Major will take place in Antwerp, Belgium. The tournament will take place from May 9-22 at Antwerps Sportpaleis and will have a prize pool of $1 million.
PGL has confirmed that they will allow fans to watch the Playoff action live and the tickets of the same will be available soon. This is some really cool move from PGL, especially since the Pandemic has not been very kind to the esports scene in the last few months. A live audience and world class CS:GO matches will give a positive lift to the community.
Silviu Stroie, CEO PGL said “We are glad to have the opportunity to bring back the fans and players together for another CS:GO Major. Belgium has an impressive Counter-Strike fanbase.”
Belgium will be a brilliant choice for the Major because it is in the heart of Europe. This will make commuting easier for passionate fans looking to travel to watch their stars perform.
Not only is the Major a tremendous deal for tournament organizers and teams involved, it is also a significant event for the city and its people. Bart De Wever who is the mayor of Antwerp explained his excitement for top-tier esports events happening in Antwerp. For the city and its people, the CS:GO Major will put Antwerp on the map of esports.
Information regarding the RMR tournaments which acts as qualifiers for the Major will go up on PGL’s social media.
The tournament organizer will keep a close eye on the Pandemic as they prepare to keep things running smoothly, but safely.
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