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SPUNJ says there might not be second Major in 2023, supposedly because of Counter-Strike 2 Rumors

CSGO caster and analyst Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill shared a rumor about the second CS:GO Major of 2023. It may be postponed or cancelled because of the upcoming Counter-Strike Source 2 transition. On the podcast, former pro, vENdetta, asked SPUNJ which version would be used at the second Major of the year.

I heard there wouldn't be one at all. But I only heard that recently, within the last 24 to 48 hours. And I don't know where that's coming from. That's all I heard. That's not an official inside or information from Valve. They didn't tell me that.

Chad "SPUNJ" Burchill
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The co-host Milan "Striker" Svejda appeared genuinely surprised to hear those rumors. He recalled that Valve publically said that there would be a second Major. "Backtracking that would be very surprising," concluded Striker.

SPUNJ was among the team of professional players and talent that flew to Seattle to try CS2 before the beta release, that's why he specifically pointed out that the rumors aren't coming from Valve. So far, there have been no details about the second Major's TO, date or location.

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