Quality cs:go hosting - 25% off lifetime - starting at £0.69

#1

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#2

Hosting is a big problem in some games. For example CS: GO, Minecraft, and all the RTS games. For example, it is very hard to host a server in Minecraft. I like playing it with my friends, but it is hard to find a good host. Now we use https://ggservers.com and we hope it is good. The main problem is that the game doesn’t give you the possibility to create a server, and you need to find a lot of intermediate programs that help you. I don’t think this is normal in such a popular game. The multiplayer is good and interesting but it is not comfortable.

#3

May be tournament?