The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Blast Premier Series’ autumn tournament is going to end up being the next in a series of significant esports occasions to be revealed on the BBC, the UK public service broadcaster. Following protection in the past of elite League of Legends and Rocket League occasions, the corporation has actually now revealed its streaming service BBC iPlayer will be showing the CSGO Fall Face-off.

The iPlayer broadcast will begin with the FPS video game’s Blast Premier Fall Showdown launch, which begins next week on November 24, going through November 29, and features elite CS: GO groups from throughout Europe and the U.S.A.. Following this phase, the platform will reveal the Premier Fall finals on December 8-13, later concluding with the Premier Global finals, which are arranged for early next year, running January 19-24.

The CS: GO Blast Premier Global finals in January will see the multiplayer video game’s biggest esports groups battle it out for the world title, trophy, and an eye-watering prize pool of $1 million. Phwoar.

As the BBC highlights in a news release, the UK’s team Endpoint will be completing in case following an invite, provided it just recently became the first British group to make its method into CS: GO’s leading 30 groups on the planet.

If you’re eager to catch the occasions on the dates above, you can head to BBC iPlayer when they go live at the times noted on the tournament’s schedule here (or you’ll still be able to catch them on Twitch and YouTube if you prefer). In the meantime, be sure to have a look at our CS: GO tips assist if you’re on the lookout for some handy tips.