Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
‘My whole career, I’ve played with Russian players, I’ve played with Ukrainian players.’
A security researcher found a “critical” bug in Valve’s game engine that powers the popular online game. And the company has been slow to fix it.
Statespace wants to use science to revolutionize professional gaming.
Based on new ESL rules, banned player KQLY is allowed to compete again in some tournaments.
Streamer has HSAN 2, a condition that keeps him from feeling pain.
Valve's new Counter-Strike patch flies in the face of a court order to stop gambling rackets using the game's skins.
Valve claims players who receive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive as a gift don't stick around, but players suspect other reasons.
Valve 'nerfs' another weapon.
Performance enhancing drugs can keep you up, but they’re not going to magically make you better at video games.
Watch for it in 2016.
This was the first ESL event with drug testing.