Natus Vincere (NAVI) is the favorite candidate to attend the last major CS:GO tournament of the year, BLAST Premier: World Final 2021. The CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) initiators have agreed ruled 2021 so far by winning every CS:GO LAN tournament, including the Stockholm Major, where they went undefeated to make history.
Unfortunately, the upcoming 2021 World Finals will not take place in front of a live audience. Instead, it will take place on a LAN in a closed studio. According to BLAST, the decision was made keeping in mind the health and safety of the participating teams, talent and staff.
However, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev in a recent Twitch Streams provided a very different rationale behind the tournament taking place on LAN at BLAST Premier’s studio in Copenhagen.
S1mple Reveals Why BLAST Worlds takes place on LAN without spectators
The final tournament of the BLAST Premier 2021 round, the World Finals, with a prize pool of $1,000,000 USD will take place from the 14th.NS to 19NS December 2021 on LAN at BLAST’s studio in Copenhagen.
The organizer stated the reason behind this decision is “Current COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines apply”. However, s1mple, who is having a very hot LAN streak this year, gave a very different reason for the event taking place without a live audience.
: The above has been translated into English by DeepL with some changes to maintain brevity and clarity.
The following was said by s1mple during a recent Twitch stream where he enjoyed playing Call of Duty: Warzone with some of his friends. One viewer asked why BLAST Premier: Fall Final 2021 doesn’t take place in a live audience stadium, the answer above was provided by s1mple.
NAVI will try to end the year with a final win at the 2021 World Finals, a title they will defend as they are also the winners of the BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 taking place in January earlier this year. .
https://afkgaming.com/csgo/news/s1mple-explains-why-blast-premier-world-final-2021-will-be-held-without-audience World Finals 2021 will be held without spectators