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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

ESL reportedly given a Major CS:GO event next year

Valve has allegedly selected them to host it.

According to a report from Dbltap, esports organiser ESL has been given the next Major competition for CS:GO, according to alleged sources talking to the site, who have also claimed this competition will be held at the start of 2019.

The report doesn't mention dates or a location, but does claim that it could start in February and end in March, with Katowice being speculated as a potential venue. Dbltap also writes that apparently IEM Katowice has also been excluded from ESL's agreement to stream ESL One events on Facebook.

The next Major to look forward to, however, is the Faceit Major in London in September, but we'll have to wait and see whether this report is true or not regarding next year's event. Would you like to see ESL host it?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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