The main e-sports event organizer PGL announced that it will require participants and participants to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 at all events in 2022.
“I firmly believe that the only way to restore large LAN eSports events is to require players, talents, staff and spectators to be fully vaccinated. We will make this a requirement for all upcoming PGL events in 2022,” PGL President Silviu Stroie Say On twitter.
PGL is an e-sports event organizer based in Romania. It has previously organized DOTA 2 Majors, FIFA Global Series, Quake Championships and CS:GO events in Asia.
Since the Valve-sponsored event held in Germany in September 2019, it will also host the first CS:GO Major.After months of discussions and uncertain security issues, the US$2 million CS:GO Championship will be held in Held in Stockholm, Sweden, From October 26th to November 7th, the last four days will be held at the Avicii Arena in Sweden.The match was originally scheduled for Move to another country Due to Covid-related travel restrictions, Sweden has recently amended these restrictions on e-sports players to allow entry from any country, provided they can produce a negative COVID-19 test, Swedish newspaper Express delivery report.
However, if you are a North American and want to watch the event as a tourist, please think again.Sweden renews travel ban on U.S. citizens and non-EU citizens Early this month.