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Steam Counter Strike: Global Offensive (IE: CS 2)

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by tennisball, 12 Aug 2011.

  1. hoochy

    hoochy Need moar cooling

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    For anyone who is interested the Copenhagen Games LAN are on today and over the weekend. CS:GO is one of the tournaments being played with all the current big names there.

    For those who might be interested how tactical a game can really get and the incredible aim skills that people seem to have then I highly recommend dropping in to watch some of the streamed games.

    Twitch TV stream can be found here;

    http://nl.twitch.tv/copenhagengamescs

    And coverage/ schedule can be found here;

    http://www.hltv.org

    http://wwww.cadred.org

    Oh and offer still stand for anyone playing CS:GO or wanting to play as per my previous post :D
     
  2. hoochy

    hoochy Need moar cooling

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    Right, there didn't seem to be much interest in this last time but here goes again :D

    Long story short, I have been given the chance to get a UK team together for a clan that already has a EU squad. The clan has numerous online servers, fully integrated website and voice comms. The guys I have been playing with are very friendly.

    Now, as previously if there is anyone interested in playing for fun but with some actual tactics involved and would like to play in some ladder matches etc.... then please drop me a PM.
     
  3. GeorgeStorm

    GeorgeStorm Aggressive PC Builder

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    Bit of a bump, but I thought this might be the best place to ask.

    Started playing this recently (having never player and CS games before) and I'm enjoying it and am looking to start playing more regularly, so I was wondering if people had any recommendations for leagues/ladders etc that may be worth looking into? (I'm in the UK)
     

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