CS:GO

How to kick yourself in CSGO

How to kick yourself in CS:GO

Kicking players can be done for various reasons such as they’re trolling or purposefully ruining the game by refusing to play and other similar reasons.

Best CS:GO Launch Options [FPS & Gameplay]

Steam Launch Options are incredibly useful commands that let you tell a game like CS:GO to perform an action when launching it or to force a specific setting. It adds a layer of customizability to playing games on Steam similar to the one that can be done with some non-Steam games too.

Best CS:GO SV_Cheats Commands

While SV Cheats might sound like a bad thing, these are very useful tools for testing purposes and are developer tools. They’re just called “cheats” and “hacks” by players but they are intended for use as a developer tool during testing. As a result, they do not work in standard official matches and are for single-player or servers with these permissions turned on.

Dust 2 Map Guide CSGO

CS:GO Dust 2 [Map Guide & Callouts]

Out of all the CSGO maps, Dust 2 is the most well-known one in the game. Gamers who don’t even play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive have heard of this map and know it’s one of the most beloved maps in the game and series.

Ultimate CS:GO Overwatch System Guide

A long time ago in the world of PC gaming. In a time where you manually joined lobbies and community management was in its infancy. There were security measures beginning to be implemented in various top-end titles like CSGO with the Overwatch System.

Train Map Guide CSGO

CS:GO Train [Map Guide & Callouts]

Created for Counter-Strike 1.6, Train has been a long-term map for the Counter-Strike series. The first version of the map used plain textures taken from the first Half-Life game when Christopher Mair of Barking Dog Studios first created it. Since the map was created, it’s had quite a few modifications and revamps to improve the overall experience on the map.

CSGO Smurfing

Ultimate CS:GO Smurfing Guide

Smurfing came into the gaming world including CS:GO due to Warcraft 2 players Geoff Fraiser and Gregg Boyko creating secondary accounts. They did this due to the community recognizing their main accounts and avoiding them due to their much superior skill at the game.