In France, BLAST is expected to host the first CS:GO Major of 2023

In France, BLAST is expected to host the first CS:GO Major of 2023 ...

In France, the most crucial tournament in the CS:GOs ecosystem might happen.

According to Dexerto, a non-CS:GO Major organizer who has yet to organize a Valve-sponsored event will be in charge of the first event in next year. The tournament is planned to take place in Paris, France, although its not yet known as of now, but it has been a BLAST priority since the start.

The Major will be run from May 8 to 21, similar to the previous years PGL Antwerp CS:GO Major, which was held from May 9 to 22.

After the IEM Rio Major 2022, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on October 31 to November 13, the Valve-sponsored events would return to Europe.

BLAST has been responsible for many tournaments from its BLAST Premier circuit, which includes seasons in Spring and Fall, as well as a World Final at the end of the year. It also contains 12 partner teams and an open qualifier road so that squads from all over the world may make their way to the finals in the future.

With two of them taking place every year, Majors are widely recognized as the most important events in the CS:GO world. This year, FaZe Clan won the trophy in Antwerp, Belgium, after defeating the reigning champions, Natus Vincere.