Counter-Strike: Global Offensive continues to be popular – in February the game broke a new mark of the largest number of users online, in March it again updated the record and broke it yesterday.
By 2023, the peak of concurrent player count during the coronavirus pandemic was in April 2020. Then over 1.3 million users participated in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. In February, that number rose to 1.35 million players. But on the eve of Counter-Strike 2, the shooter again declared itself a significant record.
On May 6th, before the start of the last championship of the Major series, the online shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive set a new record – in the game was 1,818,773 concurrent users. In addition, there was also a record-breaking average number of players in the last 30 days – 940,473 users.
The BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023 championship begins on May 8th in Paris and lasts until May 21st. The tournament will be the last for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. This summer, the shooter will replace Counter-Strike 2.