The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive qualifier at DreamHack Open Stockholm was pretty disappointing for Australians. Two of our teams made it all the way to the elimination set in their groups — Renegades and Team Immunity — but they...Show More Summary
Darude, best known for creating ‘Sandstorm’, has created a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive custom sound pack in collaboration with Valve. Darude revealed the existence of the pack on Reddit, to the great pleasure of many fans. He has created the pack to promote his latest album, Moments. It’s not clear when the pack will be made […]
Beginning in 2016, players will compete for prize money in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on live TV.
TBS has announced that it will broadcast video gaming competitions on Friday nights next year. The initial season will focus on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Rather than televise an existing e-sports league, TBS is starting its own league in partnership with WME/IMG, a sports and entertainment talent agency. Show More Summary
Turner Broadcasting and WME/IMG are preparing to take eSports a little more serious as TBS is set to broadcast a total of 20 live events over the course of 2016. A new eSports league will be created that will have its events broadcast live on the cable network. Show More Summary
The media company has launched a new league in partnership with WME | IMG to bring the extremely popular competitive first-person shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to your television. This is the first huge agreement of its kind, and a big development for competitive gaming. Show More Summary
TBS will air live 'Counter-Strike: GLobal Offensive' gameplay on Friday nights, in the largest eSports TV deal to date. read more
Valve has made some pretty big changes to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. They've completely retooled the game's skeletal system and upgraded the hitboxes to better accurately represent the player states.Click To Continue Reading
The next time you play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, it's going to look and feel a little different. In a patch released this week, Valve added new animations for character movement, weapons, ladder climbing, and bomb defusing (shown on the left) as well as more accurate hitboxes (shown on the right). Show More Summary
For the first time in years, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is getting its models and animation systems overhauled. Valve has outlined a number of new changes coming to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The headline changes are in the animations, player model and hitboxes department. These are introduced with the most recent patch to allow hitboxes to better […]
Plus, DreamHack Open Stockholm will serve as an offline qualifier later this month.
The biggest home of gambling in Australia is jumping on the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive bandwagon — and they’re bringing two big names to the party. More »
Betway, one of the leading global online gaming companies, has decided to dip its toes into eSports by launching a dedicated betting portal for games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, DOTA 2, Starcraft 2, and more. You can bet on events such as League of Legends' World Regional Qualifiers, CS:GO's 99 Damage
The most-watched Counter-Strike tournament took place over the weekend. ESL One Cologne 2015 took place over the weekend. The Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event was the most watched ever for the game, attracting 27 million unique viewers on Twitch. The final match on Sunday between Fnatic and EnVyUs was played on the Cobblestone map and ended […]
ESL One Cologne was already notable for being the largest Counter-Strike Global Offensive tournament. But it’s also proved to be one of the most lucrative for all involved. More »
ESL announced it has delivered the biggest and most-watched Counter-Strike: Global Offensive event ever as it attracted over 11,000 visitors per day and over 27 million unique viewers on Twitch. The event took place in Cologne’s Lanxess...Show More Summary
Last weekend's ESL One Cologne was also the first eSports event to hold drug tests.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive just had its biggest eSports event ever in Cologne, Germany, and none of the contestants who participated in the tournament were abusing Adderall or other performance enhancing drugs. This was the first event in which players were randomly tested using saliva tests. Show More Summary
The broadcast of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ESL One Finals match between Fnatic and Team EnVyUs is underway. You can watch it live on Twitch or in the embed below. Read more...
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