Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) is a first-person shooter game developed by Valve Corporation. The gameplay is based on the popular 1999 game Counter-Strike, which was itself based on mod for Half-Life originally released in 2001. The game is set in the year 1999 and follows the story of two competing terrorist organizations, the Revolutionary Group (R.G.) and the Al-Qaeda (A.Q.), which are currently at war. The main objective of the game is to stop the terrorists from destroying the world economy. In the spirit of the original game, players can complete missions for the two opposing factions, supporting one side in order to hinder the other. In this way, they are encouraged to switch sides whenever possible, making gameplay more dynamic.
The Basics Of CS:GO Betting
CS:GO is a team-based game, which means that only two players can play at once. This limits the number of bets that can be placed at once. While in some betting exchanges this may not be a problem, in practice it can become quite limiting. One way around this is to play against humans or AI controlled opponents. This opens up the possibility for numerous betting rounds, since you are not bound by the constraints of teamplay when playing against a computer.
The betting itself in CS:GO is represented by rounds, which are timed events similar to games. The rounds play out in horizontal matches between two teams, each of which consist of five players. During the game, each player is allowed to place a bets on whether or not the terrorist organization they are playing for will defeat the opposing team. The bets can be placed by pushing the corresponding button on the keyboard when the time comes to place a bet. The first team to reach 500 points wins the round.
Bets can be placed twice per round, once at the beginning of the round and once at the end. If a user wins a round with a team they are playing against, their teammate loses a small portion of their earnings in the form of a bonus cost to them. This way, placing a bet in a team-based game is not only done for the competitive element, but also for the financial aspect. This makes the game more interesting for spectators, who might otherwise become distracted by the action on the screen.
How Do I Place A Bet On CS:GO?
To place a bet on CS:GO, you will need to first make sure that you are connected to a betting site that handles the game. The vast majority of sportsbooks do not sponsor CS:GO, so you will have to look elsewhere for online betting platforms. There are many legal betting solutions, such as bet365, that specialize in hosting sports like CS:GO, along with more traditional sports like football and basketball. It is also advisable to use a proxy to ensure that your identity remains anonymous when placed a bet. Proxies are services that act as an intermediary between your computer and the website you are visiting, allowing you to browse the web while simultaneously betting on it. Whenever you win a round in CS:GO, you will receive a confirmation email from the site you used to place the bet. If for some reason you do not receive these emails, please contact support to see if your account is deactivated or blocked.
How Do I Win CS:GO?
The primary way that you can win CS:GO is by betting on the fortunes of your favorite teams. The most straightforward route to profit in CS:GO is to pick the favorites of the Al-Qaeda and Revolutionary Group and lay odds of 3 to 2 in their favor. You can do this via a reliable betting platform that handles CS:GO, for example, Betsonic.com, by following these short steps:
- Go to the sportsbook page for CS:GO (make sure you are logged in)
- Click on the Sportsbook tab
- Click on the + symbol near the top of the page
- Enter 3 in the top box and 2 in the bottom box
- Click on the submit button
This will take you to the betting page for CS:GO. Here, you will see the option to place bets on the fortunes of eight teams, each represented by a circle. The circles will be filled with the color red, which is associated with Vulcan (the Revolutionary Group), and filled with the color blue, which is associated with Al-Qaeda. The eight teams are: