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And now third party MM services is starting to become more and more tempting. I see a massive shift towards ESEA locally at the moment which is a good thing
Caught me on my one alt. Now its back to my normal ranks on my alt as well. Was really just trying to learn maps like Nuke, Train, Inferno, Mirage, Cache, Vertigo and basically anything that isn't Dust 2. I hate how bitter people get when I whiff a shot on Mirage because "A smurf shouldn't miss that shot"Because you're smurfing and Gaben caught up with you
I suspect Valve keeps track of hardware ID's and use that for MM. No way does CSGO just randomly put a new account in "higher ranked" matches without knowing that the real ranks are up front
CS:GO players aren't happy about Valve's new paid analytics serviceIt's more expensive, and less useful, than similar third-party tools.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's latest operation just wrapped up. But while Broken Fang's analytics tracking tool will live on as a paid subscription, CS:GO fans aren't happy about a service that's seemingly more expensive and less useful than existing third-party tools.
For $0.99 a month, CS:GO 360 Stats will let you track your stats across Competitive, Premier, and Wingman modes, giving you access to everything from K/D ratios per weapon to detailed heatmaps and accuracy narrowed down to individual body parts. Honestly, it's about time that the world's most popular competitive FPS added something like this to the game client.
The rub is that these are stats that have already been covered by community tools like Leetify or CSGOstatsfor free, even offering a more comprehensive range of analytics. More concerned posters on the game's subreddit are worried that Valve may start restricting the API used for these tools—and while this may be somewhat paranoid, it speaks to a broader community frustration that Valve is trying to charge more, for less.
Oh right, I usually only play comp. I'll try casual tonight.
4 years ago I was Supreme. Now... I'm still Supreme.Just play a casual game or two and check competitive mode again. I have also alluded somewhere earlier in this thread that accounts created in another country via VPN or has a purchase tied to another country does have trouble with new CSGO accounts. It is like the system knows that you bypassed something. This usually corrects when you do get a local lobby.
Just know, say you are indeed a SUP, your skillset should auto rank you by competitive win 10 to DMG or Eagle. This game does grant you with a hidden rank, by game 5-6 it will get tough or Valve may even insert you into untrusted territory to test you.
SUP by solo queuing, GG.
I believe my true rank is LEM, but the game in the condition it is in is rather easier at the higher levels than it used to be. 4 years ago you had to be REALLY GOOD to be DMG, now it is a glorified blue rank.