CSBet.gg Review

A comprehensive review.

If you play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and like cool skins, you may be disappointed with the in-game case system: it can be a pain in the neck as to open a case you need both the case itself and a key. What is even more disappointing is that the number of items in a case is limited and that there is no way to know the actual drop rates. Luckily, there are multiple websites which allow you to open cases and get CS:GO skins more easily . One of them is CSBet.gg, which also provides full statistics and makes available to users detailed drop rates.

How does it work?

To start using the website, you need to log in with your Steam ID and make a first deposit with one of the multiple support payment methods – you can even use your own skins. The website uses a virtual currency simply called “coins”. 100 coins cost $1, but the larger the amount, the cheaper the coins are. For example, for $25 you will get 2700 coins instead of 2500 and for $50 you can buy 5500 coins. Among their payment methods are traditional bankcards (VISA, MasterCard), electronic money (Skrill, Webmoney), as well as cryptocurrency (Bitcoin).

To open a case, you need a certain amount of coins. The price of a case depends on its contents. Some cases have skins only for a certain weapon type, while others have skins for different weapons. Of course, there are cases filled exclusively with knives. When opening a case, you can click on an arrow button and see an actual drop rate of each skin. If you get a skin you do not want, you can simply sell it straight away and get back some coins. In the top part of the screen you can see how many players are currently using the site and which items they get.

Please note that in order to use the website you need to make your Steam profile open for the public and enter your Steam Trade URL to your profile. Currently the website’s functionality is limited to case opening, while in the future they want to run mini games and accept bets.


On CSBet.gg you can open cases with rare CS:GO skins using a virtual currency called “coins”, which can be bought with real money or by selling your skins. The website provides statistic information and drop rates for each skin. In future, the website will also accept bets as well as run mini games.

This article was created in cooperation with CSBet.gg

Image credits: Valve


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