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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has broken its all-time concurrent peak on Steam. Again

It’s true: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has once again smashed its own all-time player concurrent peak on Steam.

Valve’s competitive first-person shooter, which launched in 2012, hit an impressive peak of 876,575 concurrent players earlier this month, beating the previous peak of 850,485 players, set in April 2016 amid the MLG Columbus major tournament.

Now, courtesy of Steam Charts (thanks PCGN), we’ve learned that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s concurrent new record is 924,045 players, beating its own concurrent record set only a few weeks ago.

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