Toronto sports fans rejoice! The Scotiabank Arena has officially become the first Canadian sports arena to receive a WELL Health-Safety rating.

The rating, which approves COVID-19 efforts made by owners and operators of entertainment venues, is a big step forward for the arena's "Back In Action" plan.

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An international esports company announced their plans to build a new arena and hotel complex in downtown Toronto on Monday morning.

The new Toronto arena would seat 7,000 people and would be primarily used for entertainment acts, but it would also host live esport matches.

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Torontonians who can't watch the Raptors games in person might feel a little better knowing that neither can people in Tampa.

In a statement made on Saturday, the CEO of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Steve Griggs, announced they would be closing the Amalie Arena for both Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Raptors games because of rising COVID-19 numbers in the area. 

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Fans will be able to cheer on the Toronto Raptors in person when the team starts their 2020-2021 NBA season, but they won't be in Canada when they do.

Amalie Arena is the home of the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning and the home for the Raptors for the next little bit, too, and they will start selling Raptors tickets on December 17 at 10 a.m.

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Last season was unlike any other for the Toronto Raptors and their fans.

Now, the team is apparently asking season ticket holders if they'd be ready to return to Scotiabank Arena for games this upcoming season.

Season seat holder Josh McConnell posted a screenshot of the survey on Twitter.

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