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CSGO Free vs Paid: What’s the Difference?




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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is one of the most popular modern-day tactical shooters out there. Even after more than eight years since its initial release, the title by Valve still boasts a player base in millions that continues to increase every day. Let’s see what’s the difference between the Free version vs the Paid version of CSGO.

As more and more players download the game, newbies are often seen asking the question of what’s the difference between the free and paid versions of CSGO.

If you’re planning to purchase CSGO soon, read this article to get an idea about what benefits you will get if you choose to buy it instead of going for the free version.

What is the difference between CSGO free and paid?

CSGO Free Version

While players may choose to download the free version of CSGO, the gameplay experience might be far from enjoyable. There’s a possibility of encountering smurfs, griefers, toxic players, or even hackers when you play from a new CSGO account.

However, once you level up your free account to rank 21, you’ll attain Prime status. The prime status will enable you to play only with other prime members, significantly reducing the probability of encountering hackers in your games, since chances are that they’d already be filtered out by overwatch.

CSGO Paid Version

The paid version of CSGO will provide you the Prime status from the get-go, which means you’ll only be matched with players who have the Prime status themselves. This will undoubtedly go a long way in improving your gameplay experience while playing casual or competitive CS alike.

That’s all you need to know about the free version of CSGO vs the paid version. If you feel like you’ll be able to grind till level 21 without the prime status, you can download the free version. However, buying the prime version will offer you a better gameplay experience from the start.

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MSI 2021: Rumble stage scores and standings




Riot introduced a new format for this year’s Mid-Season Invitational, giving League of Legends teams more of an incentive to perform on the international stage by scrapping the tedious play-ins and adding a bonus prize for the winner.

There’s the group stage, which involved 11 teams from 11 regions and included a quadruple round-robin in Group A and best-of-one double round-robin in Groups B and C. And then there’s the rumble and knockout stage.

In the rumble stage, the two top teams from each group will play another best-of-one double round-robin to decide which four teams make it to the knockout stage, where they’ll play a pair of best-of-five matches to crown the champion of MSI 2021.

Here are the scores, standings, and results for the rumble stage at MSI 2021.

Rumble stage

Rumble stage standings

Position Team Wins Losses
1 Cloud9 0 0
2 DWG KIA 0 0
3 MAD Lions 0 0
4 Pentanet.GG 0 0
5 PSG Talon 0 0
6 Royal Never Give Up 0 0

Rumble stage matches

Friday, May 14

DWG KIA 0 0 Royal Never Give Up
MAD Lions 0 0 Pentanet.GG
PSG Talon 0 0 DWG KIA
Royal Never Give Up 0 0 Cloud9
PSG Talon 0 0 Pentanet.GG
Cloud9 0 0 MAD Lions

Saturday, May 15

Pentanet.GG 0 0 Royal Never Give Up
DWG KIA 0 0 Cloud9
MAD Lions 0 0 Royal Never Give Up
Cloud9 0 0 PSG Talon
Pentanet.GG 0 0 DWG KIA
MAD Lions 0 0 PSG Talon

Sunday, May 16

Cloud9 0 0 Pentanet.GG
Royal Never Give Up 0 0 PSG Talon
DWG KIA 0 0 MAD Lions
Royal Never Give Up 0 0 Pentanet.GG
Cloud9 0 0 DWG KIA
PSG Talon 0 0 MAD Lions

Monday, May 17

PSG Talon 0 0 Royal Never Give Up
MAD Lions 0 0 DWG KIA
Cloud9 0 0 Royal Never Give Up
Pentanet.GG 0 0 MAD Lions
DWG KIA 0 0 PSG Talon
Pentanet.GG 0 0 Cloud9

Tuesday, May 18

Royal Never Give Up 0 0 DWG KIA
Pentanet.GG 0 0 PSG Talon
Royal Never Give Up 0 0 MAD Lions
PSG Talon 0 0 Cloud9
DWG KIA 0 0 Pentanet.GG
MAD Lions 0 0 Cloud9

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Blizzard lowers cost of cloning a character in WoW Classic




After “careful consideration,” Blizzard has decided to lower the cost of cloning a character in World of Warcraft Classic to $15, the developer revealed today.

Beginning May 18 with the launch of the Burning Crusade Classic pre-patch, players will have to choose whether to progress their characters to TBC, which comes out on June 1, or continue to play WoW Classic content on a new 1-60 “Classic Era” realm.

The service provides players with a second copy of a character in an earlier version of the game. Blizzard’s “concept” of the value of this service was “largely based” on how the developer prices other optional items and services. The original price to use this character closing service was $35 per character.

But after backlash from the community with big names like Asmongold speaking out about the paid service, describing it as “milking” players out of their money, Blizzard has had to rethink its strategy.

“A lower price will likely still accomplish our goals with the new service, while allowing many more players to explore the option of players characters on both Classic Era and Burning Crusade Classic realms,” Blizzard said.

The TBC pre-patch is scheduled to launch on Tuesday, May 18. It will introduce the Blood Elf race to the Horde and Draenei to the Alliance as well as a paid level 58 boost leading up to the grand opening of the Dark Portal on June 1.

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PMPL South Asia Championship has been postponed




The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship has been pushed ahead by almost a month, Tencent revealed today.

The Championship was earlier supposed to happen from May 13 to 16. After weeks of radio silence from Tencent, fans finally got to know that it has been postponed today. The PUBG Mobile Esports Instagram account revealed the PMPL South Asia championship will now take place from June 10 to 13.

The reason behind this postponement wasn’t revealed. This will be the inaugural season for the PMPL South Asia Championship, where 16 teams from South Asia, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan will be locking horns to decide the champions.

Here are the teams that have qualified:

South Asia

  • DRS Gaming
  • Z3US Esports
  • 7Sea Esports
  • Deadeyes Guys
  • Trained To Kill
  • 1952
  • HighVoltage
  • Stalwart Flex
  • PN Crew
  • Astra Academy
  • Apes INC
  • Skylightz Gaming

HTM (Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan)

  • LIT Esports
  • NM
  • INV Esports
  • SD Gaming

The exact format and prize pool for the championship haven’t been revealed yet.

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How to watch the PUBG Mobile Pro League Turkey S1 Finals




The final for season one of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Turkey will feature the 16 best teams from the country. They will be competing for a share of the prize pool and slots for the EMEA Finals. It will happen from May 14 to 16.

The 16 teams have qualified for the Turkey finals through the regular season, which wrapped up on May 9 after an intense three weeks of action. The top three teams from here will make it to the PMPL EMEA Finals that will take place from June 17 to 20.

Here is everything you need to know about the PMPL Turkey season one finals.


  • The teams will play six matches per day for a total of 18 matches to decide the champions.
  • The flow of maps across all three days of the finals is the same.
    • Erangel
    • Miramar
    • Sanhok
    • Erangel
    • Miramar
    • Sanhok


  • Futbolist
  • Digital Athletics
  • Galatasaray Espor
  • 1907 Fenerbahce Espor
  • fastPay Wildcats
  • World of Wonders
  • Next Rüya Gaming
  • SuRReaL Esport
  • Getso Esports
  • Karagümrük Espor
  • S2G Esports
  • Respect ESports
  • Mrtk Bilişim Team Bitcoin
  • 13 Bölge Gaming

Points Distribution

Here is the points distribution for the PMPL Turkey finals. Each kill grants a single point.

  • First place: 15 points
  • Second place: 12 points
  • Third place: 10 points
  • Fourth place: Eight points
  • Fifth place: Six points
  • Sixth place: Four points
  • Seventh place: Two points
  • Eighth to 12th place: One point
  • 13th to 16th place: Zero points


All matches will be livestreamed on the official PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube channel. The matches will begin at 2:30 pm CT on all three days from May 14 to 16.

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