CSGOLotto owners Travis ‘TmarTn’ Martin and Thomas ‘Syndicate’ Cassel agree to a deal that sees them escape punishment after they illegally endorsed their gambling website.
eSports is rapidly growing in 2017, with twelve different games crossing a threshold of $1,000,000 total prize pool across all tournaments and leagues.
Just when we thought we’d seen it all, a new Tekken-based chicken fighter is created by modding Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to make a poultry combat simulator.
Chet Faliszek, primary writer on most of Valve’s recent titles like Portal 2, announces his departure from the company after working there for twelve years.
While most games inevitably lose players and die off, some rebound and recapture strong player bases and interest. Here’s Game Rant’s 8 biggest video game comebacks.
An in-depth look at the top performing Steam games of 2016 reveals that games from 2015 have outperformed games from 2016, retaining the top spots yet again.
Following the CS:GO skin gambling scandal that erupted earlier this year, the Washington State Gambling Commission orders Valve to take action against gambling sites.
Valve introduces new skins that will help its players customize their Steam Link and Steam controllers with various Valve properties’ logos and color schemes.
Valve is drawing a line with regards to Counter Strike: Global Offensive online gambling, stating that cease and desist orders are being sent to guilty websites.
Developer Valve gives its massively popular team-based shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive a graphics update with lighting and shader effects, and more.
Counter-Strike professional team Orgless claims their owner asked them to throw an upcoming tournament, prompting the team to quit and start searching for a new sponsor.
Microsoft reveals ten more games for the Xbox One’s backward compatibility program, including The Witcher 2, Sam & Max Save the World and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
An upcoming Counter-Strike: Global Offensive map mode called Truck Wars will let players live out a Mad Max fever dream, complete with drivable cars and base building.
Valve confirms its strict approach to match-fixing, revealing that any professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player fixing matches will be permanently banned.
One seriously devoted fan of Halo: Combat Evolved recreates the most famous map from Bungie’s first-person shooter in Valve’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
A truly dedicated Fallout 4 fan parodies an original trailer for Bethesda’s retro-futuristic RPG by referencing elements from Valve’s Counter-Strike series.
A new job listing reveals that ESPN has designs to offer more eSports coverage, following the success of events aired on television over the past year.