Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Wanna play some CS:GO tonight?
|KDR||Kill death ratio|
|CTF||Capture the flag|
|360-noscope||360 no scope|
Gamers use CS:GO to refer to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, a popular multiplayer first-person shooter (FPS). In CS:GO, players are divided into two teams, Terrorists and Counter-Terrorists, that battle each other while attempting to achieve their objectives.
For example, in CS:GO's primary game mode, the Terrorists must plant and detonate a bomb, and the Counter-Terrorists must stop them. Other game modes include a hostage rescue mode and a deathmatch (DM) mode.
Many years after its initial release, CS:GO remains one of gamers' go-to FPSes. It has a highly active esports scene, including a variety of competitive leagues and tournaments, and you can find many streamers regularly broadcasting their CS:GO gameplay on Twitch.