All About Counter-Strike Global Offensive (Csgo) & Action Against Csgo Hacks

CSGO debuted as Counter-Strike Global Offensive is a team-based gameplay, full of thrill, action, and adrenaline. CSGO features new maps, weapons, characters, as well as updated version of the classic Counter-strike content. In addition to all these exciting features, CSGO introduces four new game modes; The Classic: Competitive, Classic: Casual, Demolition and Lastly Arms Race.

Counter-Strike first released in 1999, as a Half-Life mod, but successively progressed from beta to full release. The gameplay has produced a dedicated gaming community, with teams from all around the world, consistently demonstrating their prowess, strategy, skill, and abilities in tournaments, from local, to regional, and international competitions, the gameplay has revolutionized the online gaming community by a mile. With professional Counter-Strike players becoming legends worldwide.

Counter strike global offensive (CS: GO) first made was first officially released on August 21st, 2012; buggy, unstable, and with a horrible user interface, but all this did not stop the massive fan following the game still had, in fact, the numbers rose. Updates and patches we quickly implemented improving the sound, texture and the ugly user interface to the levels they are today.

CSGO rise and current state haven’t been all smooth over the years, as CSGO Hacks are now become a common phenomenon and are quite literary ruining the game. From glitchers to hacker, and cheater, they have ruined the game and made it less fun for everyone else except themselves. CSGO has since implemented efforts as Valve action policy against CSGO HACKS. Meet OVERWATCH, the CSGO’s action plan.

WHAT IS Overwatch?

It is a CSGO community-based program that enables members of the community to regulate themselves, by allowing experienced and qualified members (investigators) to review report of CSGO HACKS and disruptive behaviours, and determine whether statements made are valid, as well as apply temporary bans to the accused if reports made are accurate.

HOW Does It Work?

Overwatch Investigators receive report cases made by CSGO online community players, the investigators then choose to review by watching a replay of said CSGO HACKS a roughly eight- rounds segment from an accused players match, and if they reach a collective agreement, that an offense has occurred a ban thereof is issued.

Besides OVERWATCH, Valve is bringing in an AI to combat CSGO HACKS. A move that comes in after an understanding of that hackers seems to find ways around valve hack fighting systems. The AI is expected to automate the entire process and make it a more proactive approach.