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  • Red Dead Redemption 2 is Somehow Steam's GOTY

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    Red Dead Redemption 2 is Somehow Steam's GOTY

    I mean... I guess?

    2020 is the year that just won't let up. This time, we're being told that the 2020 Game of the Year at The Steam Awards was none other than Red Dead Redemption 2. That is surprising, to say the least, when its competition for the year included games like Hades, Death Stranding, Fall Guys, and even DOOM Eternal. But it is what it is and it is a GOTY winner when all is said and done.

    Do keep in mind that this game was voted on by Steam users to be their...
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  • Steam's Best Selling Games of 2020

    Steam's Best Selling Games of 2020

    Checking out the year's top 100 games on Steam.

    2020 has sucked all kinds of ass. You know it, I know it, people who haven't even been born yet will eventually know it. If there's one thing that made the year a little more bearable it's the fact that we probably gamed a lot more than usual thanks to, you know, everything.

    Some of that is reflected in Valve's end of the year "Best Of" list for Steam. With gaming still being big in 2020, here are just a few of...
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  • CS:GO Operation Broken Fang

    CS:GO Operation Broken Fang

    The next Operation is now live for Counter-Strike players.

    CS:GO's Operation Broken Fang is out now and marks the 10th ever Operation from Valve. This new Operation introduces new gameplay modes, new maps, a points shop, and more.

    A new competitive mode, detailed personal stats display, new agents, weapon collections, stickers, and more are available exclusively to those that own the Operation pass. This is pretty much a Season Pass just with a different name.
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  • Watch Wannabe CSGO Cheaters Get Trolled by Fake Cheat Software

    Watch Wannabe CSGO Cheaters Get Trolled by Fake Cheat Software

    It's one of those "feel good" movies.

    Cheaters. We all hate them. If you ever played Counter-Strike over the many, many years that it's been around, you've probably encountered your fair share of cheaters big and small. We've all probably wanted to do something about it, but we've been at the mercy of anti-cheat software like VAC for ages now. What could we, a lowly player possibly do besides report and cross our fingers that the cheaters would eventually get caught?
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  • Counter-Strike Turns 21

    Counter-Strike Turns 21

    Old enough to drink.

    Apparently, today is the birthday for Counter-Strike. I think technically it was yesterday, June 18, but we aren't the official record keepers by any means. The official word comes from a short, but sweet tweet that went out from the official CS:GO Twitter account. ...
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  • Leaked Source Code for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Team Fortress 2 Resurfaces

    Code is from a 2018 leak.

    Update (April 22, 2020 at 9:18PM ET): According to a statement issued to PC Gamer from Valve, the leaked code is only for CS:GO, but it does include "very old pieces of Team Fortress 2." Valve says that they will continue to investigate.

    Valve also says that after an initial review of the leaked code they "believe it to be a reposting of a limited CS:GO engine code depot released to partners in late 2017, and originally leaked in...
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  • Steam and CS:GO Break Concurrent User Records Yet Again

    Steam and CS:GO Break Concurrent User Records Yet Again

    Actually, they broke records twice this weekend.

    It seems like Valve isn't a fan of vinyl because they've been busy breaking records left and right this past month. In early February, we brought you word about how Counter-Strike: Global Offensive broke its old concurrent player record twice in the same weekend. Once the dust settled on the whirlwind weekend of February 8-9, 2020, the top number saw over 901,000 concurrent players enjoying CS:GO at one time. This had beaten a record...
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  • On Site Attendance Forbidden at IEM Katowice Due to Coronavirus Fears

    On Site Attendance Forbidden at IEM Katowice Due to Coronavirus Fears

    Viewing is limited to online only.

    While the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Katowice event is still to continue as scheduled, nobody will be allowed to watch the action in person. This almost literal eleventh hour change of plans came directly from an order issued by Polish authorities. This is all being done as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus (COVID-19).

    In short: Find something else to do with your time. Those running the event say that they are currently...
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  • Counter-Strike Broke Peak Player Records Twice this Weekend

    Counter-Strike Broke Peak Player Records Twice this Weekend

    CS:GO surges as DOTA 2 flounders.

    This past weekend was a real banner couple of days for Counter-Strike players and fans. Not only did Counter-Strike: Global Offensive surpass its all-time concurrent player count, but it did so twice!

    On Saturday, CS:GO had surpassed 888,000 people playing the game at once. This all-time high bested a near 7-year long record. The old all-time high came on August 21, 2012 when CS:GO had topped out at over 854,000 players.

    That's...
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  • Halo Stickers and Music Added to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    Halo Stickers and Music Added to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

    I think Halo is a pretty cool guy.

    343 Industries just rolled out an update today for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Wait.

    Hold on. Let's take a step back here for a second.

    343 Industries released a Counter-Strike update? Yes! Well, sort of!

    Today saw the release of some new cross-promotion content between 343 Industries and Valve. This new cross-promotion content adds in a Halo Sticker Capsule (pictured here) as an in-game purchasable item...
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  • Operation Shattered Web Now Available for CS:GO

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    Operation Shattered Web Now Available for CS:GO

    A new Operation delivers new skins, stickers, missions, maps, a battle pass system, and more.

    Valve just released a brand new operation for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tonight. This new operation is called Operation Shattered Web and with it comes all of the goodies CS:GO fans have come to expect from Valve.

    This means there are new skins to find, new stickers, new missions to complete, and some new maps. Also, the first ever female character model in the history...
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  • Valve Pushes for Increased Transparency for 2020 Counter-Strike Leagues

    Valve Pushes for Increased Transparency for 2020 Counter-Strike Leagues

    The future is crystal clear.

    A new blog entry by the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team at Valve, suggests that the developer is looking for more transparency in 2020. Not only are they being transparent with the community about these new initiatives, but they are pushing professional teams and tournaments to be more transparent with you.

    Valve took community feedback to a blog posted back in August. The blog entry, entitled "Keeping Things Competitive," focused...
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  • Counter-Strike Update Adds Classic Knife Skins and an Updated Cache

    Counter-Strike Update Adds Classic Knife Skins and an Updated Cache

    The classic CS knife is back.

    An update is out today for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Included in this update is an updated version of Cache courtesy of FMPONE and Volcano. This updated release is now playable on all official servers through the Casual, Deathmatch, and Scrimmage game types.

    Also released today is the CS20 Case. This case is being released in honor of the 20th anniversary of Counter-Strike. Given that Counter-Strike first came out on June 18, 1999...
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  • Steam Workshop Items Need Approval from Valve

    Steam Workshop Items Need Approval from Valve

    But only for first-party titles from Valve.

    You may have already seen that news going around that items on the Steam Workshop must now be approved by Valve before they will appear for the public. This seems to include anything that you may typically find on the Steam Workshop, including custom maps, models, skins, sounds, and the like. This first showed up via a Reddit post on the Global Offensive subreddit.

    However, this approval process is not for every Workshop enabled...
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  • Vertigo Sucks a Little Less After Today's CS:GO Update

    Vertigo Sucks a Little Less After Today's CS:GO Update

    Valve just rolled out a fresh update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive this evening that makes some adjustments to three maps. These maps are none other than Vertigo, Nuke, and Abbey. The biggest changes tonight hit Vertigo and Abbey, with Nuke receiving only little bitty fix.

    As always, the update will be automatically applied via Steam....
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