BLAST Premier has announced that it's Fall Final event planned for between November 23-28 will in fact be played in front of a live audience, marking the first arena event with a live crowd for the tournament organiser in 20 months.
Set to take place at Copenhagen's Royal Arena, the venue can seat up to 12,000 people, and will see crowds able to take to the venue for the final three days of competition (November 26-28) - the first few days will be played behind closed doors.
"BLAST has been eagerly awaiting this day for some time now, we've hugely missed arena events and being able to take our shows to CS:GO fans all around the world - nothing can replace the feeling of players entertaining and interacting with a live audience," said Andrew Haworth, Commissioner for BLAST Premier.
"We can't wait to deliver one of the most memorable Counter-Strike events in recent years. We will be following government guidelines closely on event and travel restrictions, where we have a number of contingencies in place to ensure the event is safe for the players through to the fans."