Pro League CS:GO Season Six Finals – and an all-new games expo – will be held in Denmark


The Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) Pro League Season Six Finals will be held in Denmark.

The top 12 CS:GO teams from Europe and North America will be battling it out for their share of the $1 million prize fund in Odense, Denmark, December 8-10, 2017.

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There are also plans to run an all-new gaming expo at the same time, too.

The Pro League is the longest running CS:GO league. The new season kicks off on August 22, 2017, with offline group stages planned for December 5-6 before the quarter-, semi-, and grand finals commence on December 8 at the Sparekassen Fyn Arena.

“We are looking forward to bringing the Pro League CS:GO Finals to a completely new location and a brand new gaming expo,” said Ken Hershman, commissioner and executive chairman of WESA. “With this year’s Pro League Finals being held in two outstanding locations, both rich with fans known to have a big passion for esports and CS:GO, we are expecting a truly exciting year for the league.”

Looking to be there? Tickets for the finals are on sale now from the Pro League CS:GO website.

CS:GO’s latest update went live on August 7, and brings some big changes to the Tec-9 ahead of a planned wide-ranging pistol rebalance. It also squashes the periscope jumping bug made infamous by BIG at last month’s Krakow major, and optimises the game’s launch on Linux OSes.