CSGO Skins: Bringing Back The Graffiti

Back in Counter-Strike 1.3 to 1.6, maps always looked like slices of the urban ghetto, as they’re always littered with graffiti. Because whatever practical purpose the spray paint originally served – most likely for marking key areas – was completely forgotten, as it instead was often used to straight-up vandalize the walls with the spray for no apparent reason. After

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CSGO Skins: Bug Off

No game is perfect, as even the biggest AAA games have bugs and glitches. But that doesn’t mean game developers shouldn’t strive to make their games as polished as possible, especially in online games and eSports, where bugs and glitches can lead to unfair advantages for some players. One good example would be, obviously, CSGO.  I mean we all know

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CSGO Skins: Crackdown On…Valve?

The drive against CSGO skins betting sites continue. And as it does, in a (not-so)surprising turn of events, Valve itself is getting hit by the US government, as they too enable the very practice they want third-party sites to end. The Washington State Gambling Commission is demanding Valve to stop CSGO skins from being transferred through the Steam API, as

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CSGO Skins: What’s Happened To Betting

Now that the dust on the crackdown against CSGO skins gambling sites is settling down, we’ve begun to see how much money has been going around that underground trade. And perhaps there’s no better proof of this than CSGO lounge, which is perhaps the biggest CSGO betting site to be ever hit by Valve’s search-and-destroy efforts. According to report by

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