TV2 Renews Cooperation With BLAST Premier For CS: GO 2021


TV2 Renews Cooperation With BLAST Premier For CS: GO 2021

TV2, the Danish state-owned broadcaster, has renewed its broadcast partnership with BLAST Premier to broadcast Counter-Strike: Global Offensive season 2021 (CS: GO).

The broadcaster will have the exclusive broadcast rights to BLAST Premier in Denmark for three consecutive years, with the television station broadcasting all seven BLAST Premier events in 2021.

The TV2 update adds to its UK broadcasting counterpart, BBC, which has recently become the newest broadcasting partner to join BLAST's portfolio of multimedia partners.

BLAST and broadcast media will work together to create content outside the BLAST Premier event, which will be broadcast on online channels and broadcaster linear. The event will be broadcast on TV2 ZULU and online platform TV2 PLAY.


Alexander Lewin, VP, Programming and Distribution BLAST, said that his party is very pleased to expand and extend the partnership with Danish television.

TV2 continues to provide the perfect platform for the Danish BLAST Premier audience, and we are excited to continue pushing boundaries and looking for ways to produce premium and exclusive Counter-Strike content, "Lewin said as reported by Esports Insider.

BLAST's global portfolio for TV and online partners has a shared reach of more than 151 million TV households, covering 105 regions and broadcast in 18 languages. This channel will broadcast this week's Fall Final, the sixth BLAST Premier event for 2020, and will be produced and broadcast from BLAST studios in Copenhagen, Denmark.


Sune Roland Jensen, Content Manager for both online platforms added, ZULU and Counter-Strike over the years have proven to be the perfect partner and a wonderful and enjoyable partnership.

"We are very excited to renew our agreement with BLAST, which represents many of the highlights of the esports calendar, and we really hope that during 2021 we can move out of our space and return to an arena where great and fast growing esports is taking place," said Sune. reported by Esports Insider.

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