Team Fortress 2 gets a new update tomorrow called the Gun Mettle Update. To summarize, the game is taking on many ideas from its much more popular cohort, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. First of all, weapon skins are now a thing, complete with three different levels of wear, just like CS:GO. Show More Summary
TheScore eSports has picked up live scoring information and stats for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. If you're into competitive gaming and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is your main squeeze, you can now track live score coverage and stats from your iPhone with theScore eSports. Show More Summary
theScore’s standalone app for eSports received an update this morning in Google Play, bringing live scoring and stats for all of your favorite Counter-Strike: Global Offense (CS:GO) teams. Notifications for when your team or favorite player is about to play are available, in addition to notifications when a match has ended with a final score. Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has received a major update called Operation Bloodhound. This update brings both free and paid features to the PC/Mac/Linux shooter.Click To Continue Reading
Three years after the release of "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive," Valve has announced it is working on tweaking the game's biggest issue: its hitbox.
After lots of complaints, a few gifs and some video footage later, Valve has decided to fix the hitboxes in Coutner-Strike: Global Offensive. When will they be fixed? No one knows. How long will it take? Well, it'll be on Valve's time.Click To Continue Reading
After nearly three years on the market Valve will be tweaking an important component of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by altering its hitboxes. Initially reported by Kotaku, a Reddit user got 2700 upvotes on the following gif depicting a player shooting another player in the chest, only for the bullet to go through them. Show More Summary
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is one of the best multiplayer shooters in existence—by all accounts an incredible game. Well, except for this one thing. Read more...
DOOM co-creator John Romero has weighed in on the paid mods debate. Paid mods are a hot issue right now. For years, Valve has been enabling content creators to make money from their work on Counter-strike: Global offensive, Dota 2 and Team Fortress 2, but when it partnered with Bethesda to offer the same for […]
Counter-strike fans are invited to participate in the largest, most lucrative Global Offensive league yet organised. The new Counter-strike league is the product of a partnership between venerable eSports organisation ESL and the ESEA, one of the most important competitive Counter-strike communities. Between them, the two companies have pledged to offer $1 million in prizes, […]
One game. Six overtimes. 88 goddamn rounds. Consensus says it’s the longest single game of pro Counter-Strike: Global Offensive ever. Read more...
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
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 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?