In a transaction that is unbelievable, a fan of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive he spent more than 60.000 dollars on a skin.
The name of the skin is Dragon Lore, dedicated to the sniper rifle of the game, and is the rarest item of packages Cobblestone Collection, a series of loot boxes of CS: GO worth about dollars 30. These types of speakers are only available to viewers of events ELeague Major. Among the various articles, these boxes contain a limited number of self-signed stickers, which act as electronic signature of professional players and are then applied to the weapons' skins. There are also various quality levels for such skins, and the rarer is the one called "new factory" (factory new).
This particular Dragon Lore skin is obviously "new from the factory" and boasts a sticker "signed" by Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham, a member of the Cloud9 esports team. On Monday, Cloud9 won the first place of the ELeague Major: Boston, an event in which for the first time an American team reached the summit in a tournament sponsored by Valve. Latham was also named MVP. In short, a whole series of positive events that led to this new one milestone of digital transactions. The previous absolute record was about 23,000 dollars for the knife StatTrak M9 Bayonet Crimson Web.