CS:GO faces tough competition in the FPS scenario, such as the game VALORANT;
The game averages 20 million players monthly;
Since 2014, the developer has added team stickers to all CS:GO tournaments.
hey CS: GO turns 10 on 21st August and, although it has strong competitors like value In the FPS scenario, the game is on the rise. According to developer Valve Corporation, CS:GO teams and players Stickers alone earned a whopping amount of “over US$70 million” in the last 12 months.
“Ten years. That’s a big number, but CS: GO Stronger than ever,” Valve said in an official blog post.
The developer also said that over the past 12 months, they averaged over 20 million monthly players, record viewership for Majors (2.7 million concurrent viewers) and Massive with over $70 million for professional organizations, teams, and players. Received community support.
For every major tournament since the EMS One Katowice Major in 2014, Valve has added team stickers CS: GO and shared the revenue with organizations as a way to support teams and help grow esports.
Starting with the ESL One Cologne Major in 2015, Valve has also released player autographs for all Majors, which supports even more teams and players. The company took a step back from the PGL Stockholm Major in 2021 by issuing player autographs for only 40 players who made it to the playoffs. The decision was heavily criticized by the community, leading Valve to once again release the Player Capsule for everyone at the PGL Antwerp Major in May 2022.
In addition to celebrating in large numbers that CS: GO Recently found, Valve also added stickers to celebrate the game’s 10th anniversary and added several maps, including new Tuscan, to the official matchmaking servers.