PGL Major Stockholm Set for In-Person Event as Sweden Relaxes Travel Restrictions

CSGOThe PGL Major will have an in-person competition thanks to newly relaxed COVID restrictions. / Photo courtesy of PGLPGL Major Stockholm, the first Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major in two years, is set for an in-person competition despite concerns about the spreading COVID-19 Delta variant.Sweden has granted esports athletes the same travel exemptions afforded other sports, allowing them to enter the country regardless of their country of origin provided they can produce a negative COVID-19 test, reports Swedish newspaper Expressen. That exemption was one of the conditions PGL set for hosting

Sweden relaxes travel restrictions for esports athletes, opening up avenue for PGL Major Stockholm

The next CS:GO Major might be going to Sweden after all, despite all the problems caused by the coronavirus pandemic. All esports athletes have been granted the same travel exemptions as other sports in Sweden and they will be able to enter Sweden regardless of their country of origin if they provide a negative COVID-19 test, according to a report by Swedish newspaper Expressen. The news was celebrated by Ninjas in Pyjamas’ CEO Hicham Chahine, who had been working with the Swedish authorities to help PGL organize the first CS:GO

CSGO pro Elige upset for not getting an invite to Valorant 10-mans

Fariha Bhatti • Apr 20, 02:59Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional player Jonathan "EliGE" Jablonowski is not happy with Valorant 10-mans Discord admin Roy "StrongLegs" Ahad. 10-mans servers are a solid platform for pro players to showcase their abilities and compete against other skilled players. These servers are often divided into tiers based on in-game ranks, accomplishments in the relevant esports scene, and skill level. The division helps maintain fairness in all games so that players can hone up their skills in an orderly setting.  Renegades' in-game leader was in charge of