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Investigated Overwatch team for corruption

Exports and traditional sports are united by a scourge that now, even in the export sectors, is starting to become more and more serious: the possibility of placing bets. Possibility that besides being personally harmful already ...

Valve fights cheating very seriously - VACnet

The Valve has decided to field a real arsenal against the cheaters, in particular against those that "infest" Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (or CS: GO if you prefer) and for ...

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

In an incredible transaction, a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fan spent more than 60.000 dollars on a skin. The name of the skin is Dragon Lore, dedicated to the game's sniper rifle, ...

Hack trap for CS: GO: and justice was!

"HACK OR LUCK ?!" I believe that each of us, at least once in our career as a gamer, has shouted and cursed after the umpteenth negative one of the following sentences: "BUT HOW IS IT FUCKING ?!" "NO IT IS NOT POSSIBLE, ENOUGH"; ...

Xbox Series X, release scheduled for November

Despite the bad news of the postponement of Halo Infinite to 2021, comes the small consolation of the announcement that Xbox Series X will be launched during the ...

PC Security - John McAfee arrested

You know McAfee? The antivirus installed in any pre-assembled computer and also the most hated by players and not. Well, the name comes directly from ...

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