Are you the person whose friend insists you on playing CSGO but you barely know much about it? Don’t know anything except that it’s a shooting game where people kill to win? That’s good enough but let’s expand our horizons a bit more.
Yes, CSGO or Counter Strike Global Offensive is a multi-player shooting game where two teams of five compete against each other following strict counter strike rules in a 30 rounds set, each team switching sides after 15 rounds. This might sound similar to any shooting game like modern combat or call of duty but do not be misled by these simple words. Counter strike has a lot more to it. If you really want to nail the game you’ll need to work a lot on your aim, movement, game-centered approach, map knowledge and importantly your economy management. Economy management you say? How important can that be, right? That’s the beauty of CSGO, it makes you think! Basically you are rewarded for every kill and when you win rounds in a single competitive match. What you now have to understand is how to use the money you’ve earned to buy new gadgets, to go all in or just half buy. Additionally every weapon has a different award if you use it to kill the opponent. There are a total of six modes in this game presently but the competitive mode constitutes nearly everybody’s sustenance. The significance of CSGO cannot be measured by looking at it as a mere shooting game harboring a high skill ceiling but by how its popularity among E-sport addicts is taking the world by the storm, having the best of the best forming leagues to compete in CSGO tournaments and mega brains carefully knitting their strategies towards claiming this E-sport championship. We might as well refer to this not a game but a CSGO culture.
Simply put, a prime account is paid account. You can get this by purchasing a prime account or by reaching 21 or more ranks of the game. The main idea behind prime accounts is to keep cheaters, frauds, and bots at bay; basically improving user experience. Since prime accounts get matched with other prime account holders, this ensures that whoever is the holder, has a certain skill level and is not there to ruin the gaming experience. Another way you can get hold of a prime account is if you have a service medal that precedes you saying you’re a legitimate player who has dedicated generous time into the game.
Non-prime accounts are essentially free accounts. However, you can only get matched with non-prime account holders. If you want to play with a friend who is a prime account holder you might have to toss a handful of rocks to reach 21 ranks or easily get hold of one here with affordable and reasonably priced accounts. Did we mention how cheap they are? Check them out yourselves!
Service Medal Accounts:
A service medal establishes that you are an avid CSGO player who has put in countless hours into the game, polishing their skills over time to reach rank 40 where you get awarded with a service medal. There are a total of six service medals to claim and to claim each one you have to reach rank 40 every time, silver medal being rank 1 and red medal being rank 6, the final service medal rank. Having a service medal adds value to your account but demands lots of patience and hard work however, there’s good news for you! We already have service medal accounts up for grabs at cheap rates. Visit our service medal section to select the account that best suits you.