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Overview


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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.

OverviewEdit

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 May 31, 2016 update, player can buy "Collectible Pins series 1 capsule" when is available as offer that can be purchased in-game.

also players who purchase real counter-part(s) from WeLoveFine.com gets unique Steam key to activate on steam, allow to get collectible pin(s) in Genuine quality of purchased collectible pin.

ListEdit

Series 1Edit

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

Series 2Edit

  • 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


TriviaEdit

  • 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 alsoEdit

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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