Skyesports secures Hindi broadcasting rights for BLAST Paris Major 2023
Skyesports has secured the Hindi broadcasting rights for the BLAST Paris Major 2023.
The ongoing BLAST Paris Major 2023, which is the last CS:GO major, is all set to be broadcasted in the Hindi language. Skyesports, which is India's leading esports tournament organizer, has secured the Hindi broadcasting rights. The tournament features a massive prize pool of $1.25 million and has reached its Champions Stage. It's going to be a treat for the Indian audience to witness the Champions Stage of the tournament in their local language.
The last CS:GO Major kicked off on May 8 and will run until May 21 in the Accor Arena in Paris, France. The best CS:GO teams from around the world are fighting it out against each other to become the champions and earn a major chunk of the prize pool.
The Champions Stage of the BLAST Paris Major 2023 will be held between May 18 to May 21, the top eight teams will compete in the single-elimination bracket to become the champions of the tournament. The matches will be played in the best-of-three format.
BLAST Paris Major Hindi Broadcast: Where to Watch?
The Hindi broadcast of the BLAST Paris Major 2023 will be exclusively live on the official Youtube and Twitch channels of Skyesports. The commentators for the Hindi broadcast will be prominent esports casters including - Euphoria, SenorMamba, and Lucifer.
Shiva Nandy, CEO of Skyesports Gaming, commented on securing the broadcasting rights for the BLAST Paris Major 2023 and said, "We are thrilled to be the exclusive Hindi broadcasting rights holders for the BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023. With our experienced talent lineup, we look forward to bringing the action to life in Hindi for all our viewers in the country. As we usher in a revival for Counter-Strike in India, this partnership is a major step in that direction and serves as a great prelude to our upcoming Skyesports Masters in Mumbai."
The BLAST Paris Major 2023 is the last major that is being played on CS:GO. The future tournaments for the title will be played on its successor, Counter-Strike 2.