Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed by Hidden Path Entertainment and Valve Corporation as the fourth game in the Counter-Strike series. This game was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 in 2012 while the Linux version was released in 2014.
The game pits two teams against each other: the Terrorists and the Counter-Terrorists. Both sides are tasked with eliminating the other while also completing separate objectives. The Terrorists, depending on the game mode, must either plant the bomb or defend the hostages, while the Counter-Terrorists must either prevent the bomb from being planted, defuse the bomb, or rescue the hostages.
At the end of each round, players are rewarded based on their individual performance with in-game currency to spend on other weapons or utility in subsequent rounds. Winning rounds rewards more money than losing does. Completing objectives such as killing enemies gives cash bonuses. Uncooperative actions, such as killing teammates, results in a penalty.
There are nine game modes, all of which have distinct characteristics specific to that mode. They are Competitive, Casual, Deathmatch, Arms Race, Demolition, Wingman, Flying Scoutsman, Danger Zone, and Weapons Course. Competitive, Casual, Deathmatch, Arms Race, Demolition, Wingman, Flying Scoutsman, Danger Zone, and Weapons Course. The Casual and Deathmatch modes are less serious than Competitive mode and do not register friendly fire or collision with other teammates. Arms Race is similar to the "Gun Game" mod and players racing to upgrade their guns via killing enemies. Demolition is also like the "Gun Game" mod, though players are also able to plant and defuse the bomb.
Wingman is a two-on-two bomb defusal game-mode taking place over fifteen rounds. Flying Scoutsman is a mode in which players are equipped only with a SSG 08 and a knife while they play in low-gravity. Danger Zone is a battle-royale mode in which players play against up to 16 or 18 others. The Weapons Course is an offline practice mode designed to help new players learn how to use guns and grenades, as well as defusing and planting the bomb.
Since its release, the game has drawn in an estimated 11 million players per month, and has gathered an active competitive scene, with many tournaments sponsored by Valve themselves. In December 2018, Valve transitioned the game to a free-to-play model, focusing on revenue from cosmetic items.
Garena Free Fire (also known as Free Fire Battlegrounds or just Free Fire) is a electronic game for mobile of action-adventure Battle royale sort of game seen from a perspective on third person. It was developed by 111dots Studio and published by Garena. The game was beta-released in November 2017 and was officially released for Android and iOS on December 4, 2017.
The game consists of up to fifty players falling from a parachute on an island in search of weapons and equipment to kill the other players. Players are free to choose their starting position, take weapons and supplies to extend battle life, such as medical equipment, medium and large weapons, grenades, bulletproof vest, protective helmet, backpack, machete, and many other items featured in the game. The ultimate goal of the player is to survive on an island with a maximum of 50 members online and all with the same goal. This requires eliminating all opponents the player encounters along the way and ensuring that he is the only survivor.
Inspired by PUBG, another game of the same genre, Garena Free Fire reaching 7.5 million downloads on Android devices in October 2018 becomes one of the most downloaded Android games of 2018, hitting big titles (like PUBG Mobile and Clash Royale ). Due to its popularity, the game received the award for "Best Popular Vote Game" by the Google Play Store in 2018, in addition to professional competition creations in certain parts of Brazil and the world.
As of August 2019, Free Fire has over 450 million registered users.
League of Legends (abbreviated LoL) is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and macOS. The game was inspired by the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne mod, Defense of the Ancients.
In League of Legends, players assume the role of an unseen "summoner" that controls a "champion" with unique abilities and battle against a team of other players or computer-controlled champions. The goal is usually to destroy the opposing team's "Nexus", a structure that lies at the heart of a base protected by defensive structures.
Each League of Legends match is discrete, with all champions starting off fairly weak but increases in strength by accumulating items and experience over the course of the game. The champions and setting blend a variety of elements, including high fantasy, steampunk, and Lovecraftian horror.
League of Legends was generally well received upon its release in 2009, and has since grown in popularity, with an active and expansive fanbase. By July 2012, League of Legends was the most played PC game in North America and Europe in terms of the number of hours played. In January 2014, over 67 million people played League of Legends per month, 27 million per day, and over 7.5 million concurrently during peak hours.
League of Legends has an active and widespread competitive scene. In North America and Europe, Riot Games organizes the League Championship Series (LCS), located in Los Angeles and the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), located in Berlin, respectively, each of which consists of 10 professional teams. Similar regional competitions exist in China (LPL), South Korea (LCK), Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau (LMS), and various other regions. These regional competitions culminate with the annual World Championship.
The 2018 Mid-Season Invitational had an overall peak concurrent viewership of 19.8 million, while the finals had an average concurrent viewership of 11 million.
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