K/D: 74.57 Ranking:>10,000
K/D: 84.40 Ranking:>10,000
K/D: 98.10 Ranking:>10,000
K/D: 84.67 Ranking:>10,000
K/D: 80.81 Ranking:>10,000
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CSGO Release notes
35 CS:GO players slapped with bans for betting offences
Whoops, turns out betting on your own CS:GO tournament matches will get you in a hell of a lot of trouble with the Esports Integrity Commission. Who knew?
The ESIC has today announced sanctions against 35 Australian CS:GO players who breached its Anti-Corruption Code, hot on the heels of the seven who received sanctions back in October 2020. Two players who were sanctioned last year have also had their bans extended.
Today's sanctions have been issued for players who bet on matches in ESIC member events, including on their own matches or their team's matches. The bans range from a 'level one' 12-month ban for players who bet on matches, all the way up to a level five 60-month ban for aggravated betting against their own team. (You can find the full list of names and bans here).
ESIC bans 35 CS:GO players for betting-related offenses
The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) has today announced a fresh wave of bans for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players caught by its ongoing betting and match-fixing investigation. Alongside the seven players who had previously been banned back in October - two of which now face revised charges - a further 35 now face sanctions.
According to the investigation, there were numerous forms of betting behaviour present which violate the Anti-Corruption Code, such as players betting on their own team to either win or lose matches, and more generally 'betting on matches in ESIC member events'. These players now face bans from ESIC member events - the organisers of which include ESL, DreamHack, and a host of others - for up to five years.
ESIC states that, although the guilty parties have not been charged for match-fixing in today's report, it 'is of the view that there is a high possibility that it will issue match-fixing charges arising from the ongoing investigations, potentially including against players sanctioned today.' Additionally, the investigation into 'further offences in Australia, NA, and Europe in cooperation with law enforcement' will continue.
CSGO update makes a bunch of Apollo map changes
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has got another update this week, which - as is often the case - brings a smattering of various gameplay, map, and other miscellaneous changes to Valve's FPS game. The latest patch, though, notably adds a bunch of tweaks to CS:GO's Apollo map, including a fix for some hiccups caused by the multiplayer game's most recent update.
It's not detailed in the new CS:GO update notes what these issues were, exactly, but it's always good to see troubles introduced get picked up and ironed out quickly (the latest patch having gone live a fortnight back). Other changes to the fan-made hostage rescue map, which features in CS:GO's recent expansion Operation Broken Fang, include making glass breaking 'more consistent', replacing and realigning some textures that weren't quite right, and deleting an 'upsetting bench'.
Additionally, the update's Apollo fixes include fixing 'some gun stuck spots' and boost spots, removing cans that some players mistook for smoke grenades, reducing assets in giftspot, and - finally - 'other general optimisations for lower end computers'.
CSGO fan creates procedurally generated aim map with 'tens of millions' of variations
CS:GO update - the latest changes to the world's best FPS
A CSGO fan has remade part of its Mirage map and it looks gorgeous
One of the most played first person shooter to date, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is still going strong. Released back in 2012 by their developer Hidden Path Entertainment and Valve (also publishing the game), CS:GO is still popular with more than half a million players playing at peak hours in 2017. With two teams (Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists), trying to wipe each other or doing the first objective of the map, this game mode never gets old and is still loved by many FPS players.
If the statistics don'tconvince you about CS:GO's popularity, then take a look at the professional games scene. Esports tournaments are held in different regions of the world with sponsored teams cross the oceans just to compete, along with prizes that reach up to a million dollars.
CS:GO Stats Tracker
With how fast and intense every game CS:GO is, there are hundreds, thousands, or perhaps a million games in your account. Well, that might have been an exaggeration but not impossible. Assuming that you have been playing every single day ever since launch, you would have incurred many games. It doesn't mean with your countless game count that you cannot keep track of your CS stats. How many have you killed? What is your overall kill count? How accurate are you? Which weapon are you most comfortable with? All of these stats, whether you played many CS:GO matches, can still be tracked thanks to PlayerAuctions?CS:GO Player Stats Tracker!
Our Tool can help you check all of the Counter Strike Stats that you need to know. It's as easy as just putting your Steam ID and clicking 'Submit'. Yes, it's that simple! After the CS:GO tracker search for your statistics, there are various menus to choose. In fact, you'll get welcomed by your Overview Stats, which includes your data in your CS:GO career. The statistics in the page are simplified so that you can have a quick overview of what you have done throughout your play time. Your Kill to Death Ratio, Accuracy Percentage, Win Percentage and Headshot Percentage can easily see on the overview page. Other general stats are viewable, including the weapon you are best.
The next page is all about your weapon usage and stats. You can see all of the weapons that you used, arranged from the highest kill count to the lowest. Aside from the kills per weapon, the number of hits and shots fired are also indicated and of course, your accuracy for each weapon. It's helpful because when the game is on the line, you can distinguish which weapon to buy. On the other hand, you can pinpoint the weapon you should improve too. Yes, it's always a great challenge to bring those statistics higher, don't you think?
In the maps tab, you can view your CSGO statistics on the different maps you played. The number of rounds won over the number of rounds played is indicated on the page for every map. Of course, the win percentage for every map is available. It can tell you the map that you are familiar with and where you win the most with that familiarity. You can also put into consideration that you have a lack of experience from certain maps and therefore, attempt to play games in the areas of improvement.
The next three tabs are self-explanatory (Achievements, Friends, and Rankings). Achievements are where you can see which unusual feat you did. The friend's tab will let you view all your friends in the game, along with comparing your stats to theirs. In the rankings, you should get registered as a PlayerAuctions CS:GO player to become included in the list. You can also compare yourself with other CS:GO players from our community.
The CS:GO Stats Tracker is essential if you want to know how well you're doing in the game. Our tool is helpful in your quest to improve in CS:GO. Now, don't be left out, type in your Steam ID and see your CS:GO Stats today.