Counter-Strike is an objective-based first-person shooter game where two teams of five players face off in a best of 30 rounds match. Each team is assigned to one of two sides, either Terrorist or Counter-Terrorist, and must plant the bomb or defuse it to win the round. At halftime, the teams switch sides and the game progresses until a team wins 16 rounds. Counter-Strike is one of the games that helped spur the growth of esports back in 1999, and has remained a staple in the esports world since.

TEAM

ROSTER

Hollis "Valyns" Wyman

CAPTAIN & ENTRY FRAG

Ethan "Ace of Losers" Rush

game chair

CS:GO PRACTICE SCHEDULE

Student’s health and academic are our first priority. Each team is given a schedule with enough hours to be able to improve their game, but also given enough time to rest and focus on their homework and assignments.

SCHEDULE
SQUASHBUSTERS
MONDAYNo Practice
TUESDAYNo Practice
WEDNESDAYPractice
7pm-12am
THURSDAYNo Practices
FRIDAYNo Practice
SATURDAYPractice
10am-2pm
SUNDAYNo Practice

CS:GO CONTACT

You can contact our CS:GO chair regarding information about  the club or to schedule a scrim.

rush.e@husky.neu.edu

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