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CS: GO (aka Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) is a game from the legendary series of games, the fourth in a row. The game was released in 2012, and quickly gained popularity among the players and also at the e-sports competitions.  You can play CS: GO online not only for fun, but also you can become a professional of this e-sports discipline. Choose a team and start practicing Counter-Strike for real money!

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Some facts about Counter-Strike

  • Counter-Strike originally began as a mod of Half-Life in 1999.
  • It was designed as a marriage of Counter-Strike 1.6 and CS: Source.
  • There have been several community made “spin off” titles created over the years.
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive won the eSports game of the year award at the Game Awards 2015.
  • CS: GO will introduce new gameplay modes, matchmaking, leader boards, and more.
  • These consist of Competitive, Casual, Arms Race, Demolition, Deathmatch, and Weapons Course.


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