2021

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In total, the official Russian-language broadcast of the Major’s finals was watched by more than 800,000 viewers at its peak. The official broadcaster of the tournament in Russian, WePlay Esports, streamed it on two platforms — Twitch and YouTube.

The main tournament in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) of this year, the PGL Major Stockholm 2021, ended on November 7. According to Esports Charts, during the final match between NAVI and G2 Esports, the Russian-language broadcast had a record number of peak viewers among all broadcasts of CS:GO tournaments in Russian — 865,000+. The WePlay Esports studio was the official broadcaster in the CIS region.

The team of talents included Stepan “DonStepan” Shulga, Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi, Aleksandr “Enkanis” Polishchuk, Yuriy “Strike” Tereshchenko, Igor “SL4M” Sopov, Taufik “Tafa” Khidri, Fedir “KvaN” Zakharov, Dauren “AdreN” Kystaubayev, Oleksandr “petr1k” Petryk, Mykhailo “kane” Blagin, and Mikhail “Dosia” Stolyarov.

Photos from the Russian-language broadcast studio of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021:

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

Russian-language broadcast of the PGL Major Stockholm 2021. Photo: WePlay Holding

More photos from the WePlay Esports studio can be found here.

Source: WePlay Holding Press Office

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Source: WePlay Holding Press Office

Contact information for media outlets:

press@weplayholding.com
weplayholding.com/press-room