Entries in 'counter-strike global offensive' (18)
More names have been dragged into the swelling saga of illegitimate Counter Strike Global Offensive gambling videos.
Begun, the CSGO gambling wars have.
Less than a week after Twitch said it would take action against the streaming of Counter Strike gambling on its network, one leading streamer has been banned.
One YouTube star has come out and openly admitted to taking part in a fake Counter Strike auction video to promote a site.
Two leading YouTubers have been accused of duping viewers into using a Counter Strike weapon skin gambling site that they themselves established.
In an interview with MCV at the ECS finals, Luminosity player Marcelo "coldzera" David said his iconic AWP play at the last major was “lucky”.
ESL has announced that ESL One New York will return for its third year, but will now primarily be a Counter-Strike event.
Streaming platform DingIt.TV has announced that the successful CS:GO tournament Operation Kinguin will return for a third season.
MLG Columbus has set multiple new records in the world of Counter-Strike eSports events.
Valve has announced that the upcoming ESL One Cologne tournament will be the next Counter-Strike: Global Offensive major.
American basic cable channel TBS has announced it will air multiple Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matches next year.
League of Legends finished on top of Twitch's latest monthly most-watched games list, the streaming network has announced.
North American professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Kory “Semphis” Friesen has admitted to taking Adderall during tournaments, claiming the drug is pervasive among competitors at eSports events.
Steam has once again bested its concurrent user record, surpassing 9m active accounts for a stretch during the past weekend.
ESL announced today the "world's largest" Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament will be held this August in Cologne's LANXESS arena for a $250,000 prize pool.
The ESL UK Premiership, the company's largest tournament since 2010, has been announced today for UK-only Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends players to win £12,000.
Intel has announced a $30,000 (£19,600) tournament for female Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has taken the top spot on this week's Steam top ten sellers chart, finishing ahead of DayZ thanks to a half-off promotion.