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Counter Strike: GO match that lasted nearly three hours is longest in eSport history

The longest pro game of Counter Strike: Global Offensive has taken place in the ESL UK Premiership tournament, lasting 2 hours, 43 minutes consisting of six overtimes and 88 rounds. Which is one hell of a back and forth contest.

Well-regarded UK-based group Team XENEX took on ExceL eSports in a contest many would have expected to be one-sided. Some were even doubting whether Excel should have been invited to the contest, a tournament which will culminate with finals at the MCM London Comic Con in late May.

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Volkama914d ago

2 teams in their favourite camping spots, waiting patiently for their opponent to wander under their crosshairs. Battle of attrition I suppose.