Five Australians charged following CS:GO match-fixing investigation

Charges have been laid against five Australians following a police investigation into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match fixing. This follows an initial arrest of six players back in August, when it was alleged they had thrown matches to gain winnings from bets...

Team Fortress 2 and CS:GO source code leak raises security fears

Source code for Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive was reportedly leaked to the public today, which has created fears that player security could be at risk.The source of the leak isn’t currently certain, but according to SteamDB the code is...