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CSGO... Have you played before?
If so What Rank Are You?
Unranked (Under 10 wins)
Silver I
Silver II
Silver III
Silver IV
Silver Elite
Silver Elite Master
Gold Nova I
Gold Nova II
Gold Nova III
Gold Nova Master
Master Guardian I
Master Guardian II
Master Guardian Elite
Distinguished Master Guardian
Legendary Eagle
Legendary Eagle Master
Supreme Master First Class
Global Elite


I once was a MG2 (Master Guardian II) but then I stopped playing for a year and am now left as a nova 1 at the best of times due to my amazing 20fps pc) This game does require a lot of graphics, although fps is needed. Ive won over 400 games and most of my stat trak items ( Guns that save the amount of kills you get with that item) have over 500kills. My proudest stat trak score is the deagle with 1860 kills and counting (My second AWP)

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Competitive games is the reason why csgo is such a popular E-sport. There are thousands of tournaments hosted yearly, where new teams fight it off with the old masters. I am personnaly a Fnatic fan followed by hellraisers and my support is high. you can whatch all the popular matches on websites such as twitch and you can place a cheeky gamble on what team you think will win....
Maps On CSGO=
Arms Race Maps: Baggage, Lake, Monastery, Safehouse, Shoots, St. Marc
Demolition Maps: Bank, Lake, Safehouse, Shortdust, Shorttrain, St. Marc, Sugarcane
Hostage Maps: Italy, Assault, Militia, Office
Reserve Maps: Aztec, Vertigo, Dust, Canals
Casual Maps: Cache, Cobblestone, Dust 2, Inferno, Mirage, Nuke, Overpass, Train
During events new maps are temporarily added for example: Thrill, Black Gold, Insertion, Austria
However Professional Competitive Maps are; Cache,Cobblestone,Inferno,Mirage,Nuke,Overpass,Train and since 2017 the most popular Csgo map Dust 2 has been removed from this match list.

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Top CSGO teams:
Team rankings
1 SK Gaming
1,455

2 Astralis
1,401


3 G2 Esports
1,323

4 Ninjas in Pyjamas
1,318

5 Team Liquid
1,298

6 Immortals
1,298

7 North
1,285

8 Team EnVyUs
1,279

9 Cloud9
1,278

10 fnatic
1,269

11 BIG
1,254

12 OpTic Gaming
1,245

13 FaZe Clan
1,237

14 mousesports
1,237

15 Natus Vincere
1,224

16 Virtus.Pro
1,212

17 Gambit Esports
1,192

18 Renegades
1,186

19 Heroic
1,184

20 Space Soldiers
1,182

21 Counter Logic Gaming
1,170

22 HellRaisers
1,166

23 Team Dignitas
1,138

24 GODSENT
1,137

25 Luminosity Gaming
1,132

26 Team LDLC
1,130

27 Epsilon Esports
1,128

28 Team Kinguin
1,112

29 PENTA Sports
1,092

30 Recca
1,088

31 EnVyUs Academy
1,088

32 TyLoo
1,087

33 Misfits
1,083

34 Imperial
1,083

35 Red Reserve
1,082

36 iGame
1,068

37 NRG eSports
1,064

38 The Mongolz
1,064

39 eXtatus
1,060

40 Tricked Esport
1,056

41 VITALIS
1,055

42 Flipsid3 Tactics
1,053

43 Fnatic Academy
1,049

44 Nexus Gaming
1,043

45 Dynasty Gaming Female
1,034

46 Mask Off
1,033

47 Outlaws
1,033

48 Eclipse
1,029

49 WySix Team
1,028

50 WASD Sports
1,025

These are the top 50 teams that participate in the majors every year and have to battle it out for a place by having best out of 1 matches with over 50 other teams where they continuously get eliminated intill only 20 teams remain. Then they fight it it in 3 matchesin a bracket where the winners of 2 games go through and the loses battle it out once more. Then 16 teams are able to go through to the final brackets when they play the best out of 3 till only 2 teams remain where they battle it out for the final prize money and trophy's.
Here is a list of the Majors throughout the years:

DreamHack Winter 2013: In Nov 28 - 30, 2013 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Jönköping where Fnatic won.

ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014: In Mar 13 - 16, 2014 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Katowice where VP won.

ESL One: Cologne 2014: In Aug 14 - 17, 2014 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Cologne where NiP won.

DreamHack Winter 2014: In Nov 27 - 29, 2014 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in  Jönköping where LDLC won.

ESL One: Katowice 2015: In Mar 12 - 15, 2015 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Katowice where Fnatic won.

ESL One: Cologne 2015: In Aug 20 - 23, 2015 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in  Cologne where Fnatic won again.

DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca 2015: In Oct 28 - Nov 1, 2015 the prize pool of $250,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Cluj-Napoca where nV destroyed the competition.

MLG Major Championship Columbus: In Mar 29 - Apr 3, 2016 the prize pool of $1,000,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Columbus where the underdogs LG began their fame.

ESL One Cologne 2016: In Jul 5 - 10, 2016 the prize pool of $1,000,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Cologne where SK won.

ELEAGUE Major 2017: In Jan 22 - 29, 2017 the prize pool of $1,000,000 was fought over by 16 teams in Atlanta and was won by Astralis.

PGL Major Kraków 2017: In Jul 16 - 23, 2017 the prize pool of $1,000,000 was fought over by 16 teams in  Kraków and was shockingly won by the underdogs Gambit Gaming.

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