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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

New rule for CS:GO Majors prohibits conflicts of interest

This was introduced for the upcoming Faceit Major.

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Valve's CS:GO Majors are a big deal, being some of the biggest competitions in esports, and now Dbltap reports that Valve has introduced a brand new rule for these events that prohibits teams or players from having "any financial interest in the success of a team that they are competing against."

This rule was introduced for the qualifiers for the Faceit Major coming to London this September, and apply to organisations like Rfrsh that have stakes in both Heroic and Astralis, as well as other teams with ties to one another.

Do you think the new rule is good though?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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