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.
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.
You can contact our CS:GO chair regarding information about the club or to schedule a scrim.
The Northeastern Esports was featured in the 5th episode of the Tales of the Howlin' Huskies, a short documentary showing what
is it all about.
After dropping only one game to Ohio State in the semi-finals, Florent Astie and the Rocket League team came back from the lower bracket to win 2 series...