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Counter-Strike: Global OffensiveeSport Rhein-Neckar is a German esports organization operated by TSV Oftersheim. Wer kann den Titelverteidiger „Bielefeld eSports e.V.“ vom Thron stoßen? Hier findet ihr alle relevanten Informationen: Regelwerke, Preisgelder und Termine. Herzlich Willkommen auf der Website der Hochschulgruppe Esport der Uni Göttingen.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive CS: GO expands upon the team-based action gameplay that it pioneered when it was launched 19 years ago.
Recent Reviews:. All Reviews:. Valve , Hidden Path Entertainment. Popular user-defined tags for this product:. Sign In or Open in Steam. Each team is assigned the task of eliminating as many members of the opposing team as possible as they go along achieving different targets set for them.
The Terrorists are usually tasked with holding people hostage and preventing all the efforts of rescuing them or planting a bomb, while the Counter-Terrorists team is alternatively given the tasks of rescuing the hostages or either defusing the bomb after it has been planted or preventing the bomb from being planted.
The CS:GO also supports matchmaking which lets the players play on dedicated Valve servers while at the same time allows members from the gaming community to be able to host their servers featuring their custom maps and tailored game modes.
Ever since its launch, Global Offensive has been raking in positive reviews from the critics online; they have praised this gameplay version for remaining faithful to its predecessors.
While there were some concerns about its early features where there was a considerable difference between the console and computer system version.
After its launch, the game has become popular with players with an estimated 11 million players each month. CS:GO has fostered an active competitive gaming scene, with a lot of tournaments being sponsored by the producers of the game Valve themselves.
Global Offensive remains an objective-based, multiplayer first-person shooter game, same as the previous games in the Counter-Strike series.
It is based on two opposing teams that compete with each other to achieve objectives set for them. One team is called the Terrorists while the other team is called the Counter-Terrorists.
At the end of each game round, the players get rewarded for good performance during the round in the form of in-game currency which they can spend on buying utility or weapons for the next rounds.
With cash bonuses for killing enemies as part of the objective, winning rounds fetch more in-game currency than the losing rounds.
Decisions such as the removal of maps and inclusions of new ones are sometimes met with criticism. In , Valve was "heavily criticized" for the removal of the map Inferno and its replacement, Nuke, in the competitive map pool.
The release of CS 1. This significantly reduced the ability of a player armed with an AWP to simultaneously engage multiple targets.
The AWP was again the subject of a controversial nerf in when players' movement speed and acceleration was decreased while the weapon was equipped.
Valve has also implemented new coaching rules restricting the ability of communication between coaches and players during a match, and altered a year precedent by increasing the duration of each round and bomb timer in By , 25 million copies of the Counter-Strike series were sold.
The game's fan base remains strong. Cheating, particularly through the use of software hacks on online servers, has been a problem throughout the history of Counter-Strike and generally results in a game ban if discovered.
VAC is a system designed by Valve to detect cheats on computers. Any time a player connects to a VAC-secured server and a cheat is detected, the user is kicked from the server, given a permanent lifetime ban and barred from playing on any VAC-secured servers.
Linus "b0bbzki" Lundqvist was the first known professional player to be banned in Global Offensive. Cheating has also occurred at LAN tournaments, and players who cheat at organized tournaments may receive permanent bans or may be dismissed from their team.
Players have also been banned for match fixing. It was later discovered in a tip to Dot Esports that the match was fixed. Following the introduction of the Arms Deal update in August , weapon "skins" formed a virtual economy because of their rarity and other high-value factors that influenced their desirability.
Because of this, a number of skin-trading and gambling sites enabled by the Steamworks API were created.
Top Teams. Largest Prize Pools. Browse Events. Other Notable Players The following players may not have necessarily competed in this game, but have contributed to the competitive scene in other ways.
Patrik Lindberg. Patrik Sättermon. Chad White. Mark Torrez. Lewis Hughes. United States. United Kingdom. Russian Federation. Paul Chaloner.