The biggest Counter-Strike moments Of The last decade #Counter_StrikeJanuary 14, 2020
The community was split between the Counter-Strike 1.6 and Counter-Strike: Source for years, and Valve had given neither game the level of attention and updates we now expect from competitive games.
Fortunately, thanks to a number of quick updates in the early months of the game (and the addition of an item economy one year later), CS:GO began to stand on its own and unite Counter-Strike players new and old.
This culminated in a Major championship at ESL One: Cologne 2014 , the team’s only Major victory in five Grand Finals appearances.
When the update was introduced, matches quickly devolved into 5v5 shootouts where everyone used the R8.
But for a brief time, the Revolvo was king.
(Image credit: Valve) While CS:GO was popular, the addition of weapon skins made it skyrocket to the top of the Steam charts.
While Valve has done much to combat it, skin gambling remains active to this day.
The most important tournaments in CS:GO are the Majors, which feature the biggest prize pools and the best teams.
Ultimately, Cloud9 upset FaZe in a double-overtime final map to win the Boston Major.
(Image credit: Valve) CS:GO’s structure forever changed in December 2018 when Valve made it free-to-play after six years and added a new battle royale mode called Danger Zone.
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