Chinese Team EMP in CS:GO Match Fixing Scandal; Appear to Throw Map

EMP are at the centre of a Chinese match fixing scandal, as they appear to have thrown a match. Read More

Ultraplay Owned Team Deny Involvement in CSGO Match Fixing Scandal

Outlaws, the professional CounterStrike team owned by sportsbook provider Ultraplay, have denied any involvement in an alleged match fixing scandal. Read More

Betway sponsors Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP)

Betway have sponsored Ninjas in Pyjamas Read More

UK Gambling Commission States Skin Betting Must Be Licensed

The UK Gambling Commission has equated skin betting to real money. Read More

CSGOBetting.com statement on Valve Cease & Desist

CSGOBetting.com has not received a cease & desist from Valve. Read More

Valve to Shut Down CSGO Skin Betting

Valve will shut down skin betting websites. Read More

The Journeymen of the North: Freddy “Krimz” Johansson and Jacob “Pimp” Winneche

A journeyman is a player that refuses to give in, and is consistent like no other, . CS:GO only has a handful of these talents and here are the two best. Read More

The Belgian X-Factor: Adil “ScreaM” Benrlitom

ScreaM remains an embedded part of the French scene and headed into ESL One Cologne 2016, could prove to be the X-Factor of G2's run. Read More

Best of the Rest: Top 10 Players not at ESL One Cologne 2016

The best players that will not be competing at ESL One Cologne 2016, despite being better than some players at the Major itself. Read More

Out of Nowhere: The Flourishing Young CS:GO Talents of 2016

Three young CS talents that have proved themselves on LAN to be the potential next generation of superstars following more consistent success. Read More

The Top 5 Most Successful CS:GO Roster Moves (for the first half) of 2016

With MLG: Columbus a distant memory and ESL One: Cologne coming up - right now is a perfect time to analyse the most successful roster moves of 2016. Read More

Reawakening the old Behemoth of CS:GO – NiP’s Tournament Runs of 2016

Ninjas in Pyjamas are as much ingrained into the history of CS:GO as the game itself - with an inseparable four man core that have transcended the roles of players and become apart of the counter-strike canon. However legendary the names on and surrounding the NiP organisation are, industry Read More

Being the Best Player in the World: Nikola ‘Niko’ Kovač

Becoming the best CS:GO player in the world is not easy, especially when you have an inescapable storyline, are 19 years old, and in-game name is Niko. Read More

Best of the Rest: Top 5 Teams not in ELEAGUE

The 5 best teams that won't be competing in the televised ELEAGUE this year, despite being better than many of the lower-tier NA sides in the competition. Read More

Road of the Redeemed: Ricardo ‘Boltz’ Prass

The story of Ricardo 'Boltz' Prass and his road of redemption after being kicked from Luminosity Gaming Read More

How to ‘fix’ Hellraisers

My take on the changes required for Hellraisers to become a better team following their poor showing at CEVO. Read More

Counter-Strikes Increasing Influence in Asia: Why it Can and Can’t Succeed

Scratching the surface of the causes and effects of recent Asian counter-strike success and why the scene could potentially never go further. Read More

Tournament Crash Course: Dreamhack Malmo

A look at the major storylines, pieces of news and context heading into Dreamhack Malmo and what you need to know before watching the first games. Read More

What Makes a Legendary Duo in Counter-Strike?

Examining factors behind some of the legendary duo's in counter-strike and what makes them so memorable and impactful in-game. (more…) Read More

IESnare: How You’re Being Made Paranoid & How to “Get On”

Why IESnare is the least of your problems and how to block IESnare. Read More

Why Is Social Responsibility Ignored in Esports?

Former London Mint manager Ben Woodward asks why social responsibility in Esports is ignored? Read More

Attempted Match Fixing Tarnishes Skin Betting Site

Skin betting site accused of asking its players to throw a match. Read More

Win a Butterfly Knife | Crimson Web MW with CSGOBetting.com

Win a Butterfly Knife Crimson Web skin with our free to enter competition. Read More

Coral Esports Betting Launched!

Leading UK bookie now has betting available on CSGO! Read More

Winner Introduces Esports Betting

Winner have introduced Esports betting, including CSGO. Read More

Are CSGO Skin Jackpot Sites Rigged?

We look into the possible evidence that CSGO Jackpot sites are fixed. Read More

CSGO’s Jackpot Problem

We explore the murky underworld of high stakes CSGO Jackpots. Read More

Skybet to offer in-play CSGO bets!

This week saw yet another recognized betting firm, Skybet, introduce Esports betting to their portfolio. Read More

Fnatic Inks Dafabet Deal

Esports leader, Fnatic, signs sponsorship deal with Asian betting operator Dafabet. Read More

OPSkins bots hacked again, $50K worth of items confiscated

OPSkins bots have been hacked, causing $50,000 worth of items to be lost. Read More

ESEA Bans Gambling Sponsored Teams

ESEA have decided to ban any betting operator from sponsoring teams whilst competing in their competitions, including their flagship ESL ESEA Pro League. Read More

Sportrader and ESL Form Partnership

Leading betting data provider Sportradar has announced an Esports betting partnership with tournament organizer ESL. Read More

CSGOShuffle Blocked in UK and USA

CSGO jackpot site CSGOShuffle has blocked users in the UK and the USA. Read More

Virtus Pro sponsored by Egamingbets

Pro gaming team Virtus Pro has announced a partnership with Egamingbets. Read More

Unikrn Partner with FACEIT

Unikrn has now announced a partnership with leading CounterStrike: Global Offensive event organizer FACEIT. Read More

CSGO Plays of the Week #1

Here are some of the sickest plays of the last week, revolving around Dreamhack London, and the Gfinity $100k Champion of Champions event that took place at EGX in Birmingham. Did we miss something? Let us know! Read More