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Fans might witness the first BLAST CS: GO Major of 2023 taking place in France

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Fans might witness the first BLAST CS: GO Major of 2023 taking place in France

Fans might witness the first BLAST CS: GO Major of 2023 taking place in France- As countries ease their COVID-19 restrictions, fans are now able to go and watch their favorite esports event live at event locations. There is some good news for CS: GO fans as there are reports suggesting a new offline Major being held next year.

A new BLAST Major might be held in 2023 in France. There have been leaks that suggest the event will take place between May 8-21. It be BLAST’s first-ever CS: GO Major since the Danish company entered the scene six years ago under the acronym RFRSH Entertainment.

Fans might witness the first BLAST CS: GO Major of 2023 taking place in France

According to Dexerto, the city where the event will be held has not yet been finalized. But their sources have told that Paris remains the priority location for BLAST management and will be the most likely choice for the Major.

If this event is confirmed, it will be the first CS: GO Major that will be held in France. It will also allow the return of Valve-sponsored competitions in Europe. The upcoming 2022 CS: GO Fall Major will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Nico, who is the creator of BLAST Premier, has also posted a cryptic tweet telling that 2023 is going to be wild. BLAST’s official Twitter handle has also reacted to this tweet.

BLAST has already hosted CS: GO events in a lot of countries and is known for its high-quality broadcasts. Though, they run the BLAST Premier circuit featuring 12 partner teams, hosting a CS: GO Major will be a huge endeavor for the company.

BLAST’s Managing Director Charlotte Kenny had also said, “BLAST is always interested in hosting a Major. What’s important is that our community wants to have a Major hosted by BLAST, so that we can make sure that is the best Major that ever will be and that it fits in with our strategy.”

These reports have not yet been confirmed by BLAST yet. Still, we might soon hear more as the year-end approaches nearer.

Stay tuned to get more such news and updates from the CS: GO scene.

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