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A Ton Of Cheaters Just Got Banned From Counter-Strike

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...

Professional Gamers Banned For Cheating

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

Offensive Pokemon names pop up in the Global Trade Station

Pokemon titles are usually very protective and doesn't allow players to use any names that may offend. Sadly though, it looks like hackers have found a way to let offensive names appear in the game. The central point of worry is the Pokemon Global Trade Station, though fans are trying their best to nerve any names popping up. Show More Summary

Some Of The Best Counter-Strike Moments Of 2014

It's been one hell of a year for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Read more...

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's Crazy Bird-Surfing Exploit Has Been Removed

A glitch that has been taking Counter-Strike: Global Offensive by storm has been fixed. After receiving some complaints about a bird exploit in the de_train bombsite map, Valve hopped to it and fixed the exploit.Click To Continue Reading

Boo, Valve Removed Bird Surfing From Counter-Strike

For a brief, magical period of time, you could surf on birds in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. As in, ascend into the skies on their tiny, feathered backs. Unfortunately, it broke the terrorist-fragging heck out of the game, so Valve had to take it out. But they added something fun to make up for it. Read more...

Valve reveals CS:GO's rebuilt Train map

Classic Counter Strike location 'rebuilt from the ground up'. Valve has released a revised version of classic Counter Strike map Train for Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO).Click here to read the full article

CS:GO Update Tweaks the Overpowered CZ75-Auto

An update to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive sees adjustments to the CZ75 and an old map redone.

Reintroducing Train

An overview of what's new in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's redone Train map.

Classic Counter-Strike Map Just Got A Complete Overhaul

Well you can't say Valve only cares about Team Fortress 2. Train (or de_train), a classic map from Counter-Strike 1.6 times, just got a facelift and an a redesigned layout for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Read more...

The US Economy Will Be Playing By New Rules In 2015

2015 will be a game-changer for the US economy and for global markets. In their 2015 Economic Outlook, Wells Fargo's economics group lets loose with sports metaphors, writing that the economy is transitioning to an offensive strategy. The...Show More Summary

Counter-Strike Instructional Maps Are Works of Art

Here's a really cool new perspective on DustII (or de_dust2), one of the most popular maps in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. NinjaFish on Tumblr chopped up and transformed the multiplayer map from 3D to 2.5D and labeled each part their respective names. Read more...

The Counter-Strike Player Who's Giving Up A $7,500 Gun Collection

The Dahn is a collector. He's managed to painstakingly amass a glittering arsenal of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in-game items that total out to a real money value of between $7,500 and $9,000. And now he's getting rid of them all. Read more...

Britain is getting its first eSports arena next year

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Instead of tuning into Twitch online, soon Brits will have a physical venue to watch their favourite eSports competitors duke it out. Gfinity, a league organiser for multiplayer games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Starcraft II, says it...

Pro Cheating Fiasco Leads To Incredible Counter-Strike Final Match

After a huge cheating scandal that sent allegations—as opposed to Counter-Strike's normal weapon of choice, bullets—flying, this weekend's DreamHack 2014 pro finals produced one of the best matches Global Offensive has seen. It nearly didn't happen, however, thanks to, yep, more cheating. Read more...

CS:GO eSports Community Shaken Following Revelation Of Cheating - IGN News

A hacking scandal has rocked the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitive scene. The news comes just days before the Dreamhack Winter 2014 Counter-Strike Global Offensive championship tournament due to take place from November 27 -30 in Yon sher ping, Sweden, with a prize pool of $250,000 up for grabs.

Top Counter-Strike Players Caught In Big Cheating Scandal

To say that all is not well in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 's pro scene would be a massive understatement. Multiple pros have been caught cheating by Valve's official anti-cheat software, and even more are suspected. Read more....

eSports athletes caught doping – Pro CS:GO players banned for hacking

Three professional Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) players have received permanent bans from the online game for the use of third party cheat software, just days before one of the largest game tournaments is set to occur. The three professional … Continue reading ?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Cheating Scandal Rocks Competitive Scene

It's not often that we hear about professional e-sports players being caught red-handed in a cheating scandal. However, there's a pretty big problem that blew wide open when some of the top players for CS:GO were blatantly caught cheating.Click To Continue Reading

MLG Returns to X Games With Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Major League Gaming partners with ESPN to bring CS: GO to X Games Aspen.

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