Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gets Operation Payback rewards program

Nice initiative by Valve.

Posted By | On 26th, Apr. 2013 Under News | Follow This Author @KartikMdgl


Valve has announced Operation Payback for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in which top voted map creators get financial rewards. It’s not something absurd like earning 1000’s of dollars for making hats but we have no idea what type of financial rewards Valve has implied.

So basically what it means is that it is a collection of seven top-voted Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) community maps hosted on official servers and available to play with the purchase of a pass.

Valve reveals that, “Since its launch in February, the CS:GO Maps Workshop has amassed over 1,400 community-made maps. “Operation Payback” offers the CS:GO community a chance to play seven of the highest-voted Workshop Maps through the uninterrupted low-ping play of official servers – all while rewarding the makers of CS:GO’s top-rated virtual maps with real money.

“Buying a pass also lets players bring their friends along to any “Operation Payback” match. Contributors will also get to show off their support with a one-of-a-kind challenge coin, upgradable by playing and viewable wherever their avatars are shown. For a limited time players can buy a pass for only $2.99 (USD).”

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