Counter-Strike Global Offensive or CS:GO was released way back in , and since then its popularity has pretty much gone only upwards, so much so that today, CS:GO is one of the most popular video games in the world as well as the biggest competitive eSports title. As such, a huge part of CS:GO has been its matchmaking system which assigns each and every player a certain rank. Each rank has its name and discerns the skill level of an individual player which is then used to get a more balanced matchmaking system. Today we will be taking a close look at the ranking system of the game, as well as different CS:GO modes and ranks for each of them. We will also provide you with a guide that will start you on your journey through the CS:GO ranks, so without further ado, here is everything you need to know about CS:GO ranks.
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Back in , Counter-Strike was released as a mode for Half-Life. Eventually, the game progressed from beta to full release, refining the classic gameplay that has come to define competitive shooters today, along with a dedicated community that has followed the game since its first release. Two teams compete in an objective-based game mode with the goal of winning enough rounds to win the match.