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CS: GO - Coaches suspended after abusing spectator mode

Like any esports, Counter Strike is a game where not only the strongest but also the smartest wins. But sometimes too much cunning can end up ruining your career and that's just ...
Team Fortress 2 Counter Strike Source Code

Team Fortress 2 and CS: GO - Leaked the source code, players at risk!

Tragedy at Valve! The source code of the first Source Engine, the engine that gives life to many games from Gabe Newell's company including Team Fortress 2 and Counter Strike: Global Offensive, is ...

Free is Beautiful: Counter-Strike GO, free-to-play and with battle royale

Counter-Strike: GO is now free and the Valve and Hidden Path Entertainment developers have added a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone. This is a multiplayer game with a maximum of ...

A Counter-Strike: GO skin was sold for the price of a studio

In an unbelievable transaction, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive enthusiast spent more than $ 60.000 on a skin. The name of the skin is Dragon Lore, dedicated to the sniper rifle of the game, ...

PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS also arrives on Counter Strike GO

Despite their extreme diversity, PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is, in some ways, the new CSGO. It is practically the most played title ever on Steam, a record stolen from titles like Dota 2 but also just ...

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MANCHESTER, England - (BUSINESS WIRE) - If there is one thing we have learned from previous Black Fridays it's that monitors tend to get heavy reductions and that ...

Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course has been postponed to 2021

It was inevitable, but only the official announcement was missing. Cuphead's long-awaited DLC, The Delicious Last Course, has been postponed to 2021 thus blowing ...

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