Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Giving More Beta Keys Away in a Survey

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Published by Jim Sterling 6 years ago , last updated 1 month ago

Did you fail to nab a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive beta key when Valve was giving them out to 7,000 existing CS players? How about last Monday, when community sites got their filthy hands on 2,000 of them? Well, fret ye not, gentle children of the morning, for Valve’s got a lot more to give out, and these are open to anybody.

The PC powerhouse has opened up an online survey (requires Steam to be installed), and if you want a key, you’ll need to fill it out. Although it won’t guarantee you a key, it’s now the only avenue most of you have. If you don’t have friends at Valve or pals in the beta, you best get scrabbling for survey answers.

“Over the coming months we will make selections from the survey participants,” writes Valve. “Sometimes we might add experienced players, other times new players. Sometimes 1.6 players, sometimes CSS players, sometimes people who have played neither. There are no wrong answers to the survey questions.”

Those already in the beta will still receive the odd gift key to give out to friends. In order to give a gift key, you just need to jump into a quick match of CS:GO. Sounds pretty simple, right?

So simple!


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