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|Toronto Darkly ad_egon_world_ecg_ve 32/32||Toronto Darkly | Competitive - 128 tick cs_compound_gc 0/24||Toronto Darkly CS:S cs_office 0/24|
|Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #6 trade_plaza 17/31||Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #5 trade_rawr_v2_2 24/31||Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #4 trade_minecraft_b38 20/31|
|Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #3 trade_rawr_v1 25/31||Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #2 trade_plaza 27/31||Toronto TF2 Trade/Idle #1 trade_rawr_v1 31/31|
|New York TF2 Trade/Idle #1 trade_park_v6_d 0/32||London TF2 Trade/Idle #1 0/30||Dallas TF2 Trade/Idle #1 trade_plaza 0/31|
|Chicago TF2 Trade/Idle #4 trade_rawr_v1 0/31||Chicago TF2 Trade/Idle #3 trade_minecraft_b38 0/30||Chicago TF2 Trade/Idle #2 trade_rawr_v1 0/31|
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The CS:GO public beta goes live worldwide to anyone in possession of a key on 30th November, Valve has announced.
Valve said on Twitter "it is important to us to get current players in the beta. That will happen. No ETA on when yet".
The beta is available for the PC only. It begins with two maps: Dust and Dust2, and is designed to be at first a "subset" of the game.
Valve delayed the CSGO beta, which was due to launch in October, because of feedback given by professional Counter-Strike 1.6 players.
Professionals were invited to play the game and offer their thoughts. Valve's Chet Faliszek explained that their early access was granted because they could "talk intelligently about the game", whereas with the masses, constructive feedback can be hard to come by.
When testing does begin, around 10,000 people will be invited to participate. "After that we'll grow it in steps as we get a test server infrastructure and scalability," he explained.
Valve's relaxed approach to beta timings extends to the game's full release. CSGO was announced as an early 2012 title for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, but Faliszek said that specifically when the game launches will be down to the community.
CS:GO is based on the Portal 2 version of Source, and requires DirectX 9 only.