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The CS:GO Pins available for purchase to event attendees

Collectable Pins are physical and virtual collectible items available in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

Overview

Collectable Pins were added as part of the February 26, 2015 update and are available to purchase at Valve-sponsored competitions such as ESL One or DreamHack tournaments or Valve-sponsored promotional events. Attendees of such events can purchase a physical collectible pin package.[1] Much like Global Offensive weapon cases, the package contains a single randomly selected pin. The package also contains a redemption code redeemable for a virtual pin capable of being displayed on the user's in-game profile much like coins. The virtual pins appear embossed to mimic their real-life counterparts.

After the May 31, 2016 update, players could purchase the Collectible Pin Series 1 Capsule when it was offered in-game. Players could also attain pins by purchasing the real counter-parts from WeLoveFine.com , which gives you a unique Steam key to activate. This allowed players to attain Genuine collectible pins.

After the December 19, 2017 update, the 3rd series of the collectable pins was added, but is not yet available in-game.

List

Series 1

  • Nuke
  • Train
  • Guardian
  • Tactics
  • Italy
  • Militia
  • Victory
  • Mirage
  • Inferno
  • Dust II
  • Guardian Elite

Series 2

  • Phoenix Pin
  • Guardian 2 Pin
  • Bravo Pin
  • Baggage Pin
  • Tactics
  • Overpass Pin
  • Office Pin
  • Cobblestone Pin
  • Cache Pin
  • Bloodhound Pin
  • Valeria Phoenix Pin (Valeria Pin)
  • Chroma Pin

Series 3

  • Guardian 3 Pin
  • Canals Pin
  • Welcome to the Clutch Pin
  • Death Sentence Pin
  • Inferno 2 Pin
  • Wildfire Pin
  • Easy Peasy Pin
  • Aces High Pin
  • Hydra Pin
  • Howl Pin
  • Brigadier General Pin

Trivia

  • During the ESL One Katowice 2015 tournament, noted caster Anders Blume was seen wearing all of the CS:GO pins, and remarked, "It has become an addiction at this point." [2]

See also

References

  1. Katowice 2015: Linking with Twitch on Counter-Strike.net
  2. Anders Blume about collecting CS:GO pins: "It has become an addiction at this point" on Youtube

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