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CS: GO gets paid stats tracking

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s Operation Broken Fang is over, but Valve has introduced a new update to ease some puncture wounds. However, it itself causes puncture wounds. Among the new features in this update is a new subscription service called CS: GO 360 Stats. It is intended for players in FPS games who “want to continue collecting official competition and Wingman stats”.

This is basically a continuation of the statistical tracking implemented in Broken Fang. However, it is not an additional bonus for the operation pass, but a separate service offered for US $ 1 per month. The stats from Broken Fang are carried forward and this is the only way to keep collecting competitive stats in the game.

“CS: GO360 Stats includes access to Competitive matchstats from the official Competitive, Premier, and Wingman game modes,” Valve explains in the official FAQ. Only statistics for these modes are included. No casual play statistics can be found here.

Broadly speaking, community responses ranged from “this is the worst” to “well, at least it’s only $ 1.” If you want to see the whole community say “this should be free”, you can access Reddit, but it’s already free thanks to sites like Letify and CSGOStats.gg. Valve has the opportunity to make in-game stats tracking much more robust, but many of these features are already available elsewhere.

At least I have a new chicken.And the chicken very good.

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https://www.pcgamesn.com/counter-strike-global-offensive/csgo-360-stats

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