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Cheating in competitive games has been prevalent far before video games. Be it lying about your dice in snakes and ladders or committing a robbery in Monopoly, whenever there's a winner and a loser, people will try to cheat. Of course, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive isn't an exception; no matter how long you've been

The Endpoint team have had a few weeks to stick their teeth into Riot Games newest shooter and we've all been enjoying it. I mean, why wouldn't we? We're all Counter-Strike fans on some level, so that transfers to Valorant and gives us an edge on the players who haven't spent half their

Counter-Strike has won the hearts of gamers across the globe with it's pure gun play. The rules are simple and consistent and, with enough time, can be mastered by anyone. There's not a lot of random chance with this game, it's a strictly competitive environment with players ambling to be the best. TrackMania

Riots new first person shooter, Valorant, has been taking the gaming scene by storm recently. The buzz seems similar to when PUBG and Fortnite stepped onto the scene, and similarly, Counter-Strike fans have been taking note. Valorant can be compared to Overwatch blended with CSGO, with similar gunplay and character based combat. It's