Counter-Strike: Global Offensive streamer Kyente would have had a field day destroying his brother live on his birthday stream, had said brother not tapped CS:GO pro Mitch " DUM0RE" Green to play in his stead. What follows is a gleeful lesson in humility. Read more...
The Counter-Strike eSports scene has suffered a number of high-profile scandals in recent months, but it's safe to say it's booming. Reinforcing the resurgence of Valve's competitive first-person shooter as a huge eSport, the world's largest Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament is set to be held in Cologne, Germany this year. Show More Summary
In its ongoing bid to clean up the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive eSports community, developer Valve has told all involved with its events to avoid gambling on matches. Last month Valve banned a number of top-ranking North American Counter-Strike players who were caught match-fixing. Show More Summary
Last Friday, Valve and eSports League Europe, issued tentative bans on three Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitive teams. Epsilon eSports, the former ESC Gaming team, and WinneR had players who were accused of match fixing and unsportsmanlike conduct. Show More Summary
Major League Gaming made waves when it announced it planned to take on Counter-Strike
Team Envy has become the latest esports organization to expand its reach to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
To date, some 1,500 users have earned a collective $57 million from Valve for creating custom in-game content for titles like Team Fortress 2, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Up until now, only the company's titles have...Show More Summary
The world of eSports has a Pete Rose-style controversy on its hands. Yesterday, Valve levied a series of bans against Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players that were found to be involved in a gambling scandal that included match-fixing. In...Show More Summary
Recently, substantial evidence came to light that a number of pro players had been involved in a huge Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match-fixing/gambling scandal. Valve took its time investigating, but now they've finally decided to bring the hammer down. Hard. Read more...
The debut for Counter Logic Gaming’s new Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster could hardly have gone better.
On this week’s edition of the Leaderboard, the panel focus in on the recent match fixing scandal in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
The lovely gaming couple responsible for TecAssault were enjoying a quiet evening opening weapon cases in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Then they opened one of the rarest items possible, and the husband completely loses his shit. Read more...
Counter-Strike needs fewer cheaters, but is a bigger event to call its own even in the cards this year?
Playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive like a mere mortal is all well and good, but normal shooter skills will only get you so far in this one. Playing like a diabolical mastermind, though? That takes finesse. Finesse and incredibly specific knowledge. Read more...
Copenhagen Wolves have decided to move on from their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team.
The most controversial weapon in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is once again in the spotlight.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and League of Legends -- this is what we want, and how we want to get better.
We've all been there: that moment when you know in your gut that you're totally, utterly screwed. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Tarik found that out the hard way, in the video above. Read more...
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has a cheating problem. It can be infuriating to come up against rule-breakers and code-busters in regular matches, but there's a silver lining here: Valve is doing its damndest to fight back. Read more...
Three professional gamers received lifetime bans in the last few weeks amidst allegations of cheating in their e-sport. All three gamers played a first-person shooter game called "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive," one of the biggest games for professional PC gaming in the world. Show More Summary