Question: Is CS:GO dead?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is no longer the only king of the jungle. Looking at the dwindling player count, the infamous “CSGO is dying” conversation has resumed in 2021. According to steamcharts stats for June, CSGO has lost a massive chunk of its player base in the past five months.

Is CS a dead game?

Despite the fact that its still smashing concurrent player records and went free-to-play in 2018, youll still hear jokes that CS:GO is a dead game. While Valorant managed to steal away a sizable portion of CS:GO pros and some of its player base, its average player count remains sturdy as we venture into 2021.

Is CS:GO dying 2019?

As recently as the summer of 2019, CSGO was filled with players saying that the game was dead or dying. Looking at Counter-Strikes 2020 player counts, its safe to say that things have changed. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is as strong as it has ever been, and its player counts back that up.

Why CSGO is dying?

Reasons For Decline Initially, player count became steady and proper. However, soon the pandemics impact started making its mark. Large-scale international events like the ESL One Rio 2020 CS:GO Major had to be canceled. This took down the core of the game, the spirit of it all in one fell swoop.

Why did Ana leave OG?

OG star Anathan Ana Pham has parted ways with the team as he decided to retire from the competitive Dota 2 scene following an illustrious career highlighted by multiple championships. The Australian said his decision stemmed from his desire to learn and explore other endeavors outside the game.

Who is replacing Ana OG?

Sumail SumaiL Hassan OG announced on Tuesday (15 June) that North American Dota 2 superstar Sumail SumaiL Hassan has rejoined the team for the qualifiers of The International 10 (TI10).

Who will replace Ana in OG?

Sumails OG confirms Sumails return to the team as replacement for Ana. This could be a great update for the professional Dota 2 group since they had a rough time during TI 2021.

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