“Win the match by having the most points at the end. Kills with different weapons are worth different point amounts. Take advantage of the bonus timers to increase your score.” ―Official description
Deathmatch is a game mode that appears in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It was implemented to the game as a part of the January 23, 2013 update. It is based upon the extremely popular mod of the same name.
Prior to Global Offensive, several deathmatch mods were available, giving players the option to have a free-for-all deathmatch or team deathmatch elimination or point-based team deathmatch. Global Offensive's deathmatch mode, introduced on November 12, 2012, is a team deathmatch without any primary objectives, such as planting/defusing the bomb or rescuing hostages. Instead, players are required to eliminate enemies on the opposing team. After 10 minutes have elapsed, the round is over and the player with the most points will be displayed as the winner alongside 2nd and 3rd place.
eapons were eligible as a bonus weapon. However, after Operation Vanguard was released, any weapon can be eligible for this bonus, including team exclusive weapons. Team exclusive weapons selected for the bonus will give a player the appropriate weapon and their counterparts (such as the M4A4/M4A1-S for CTs and the AK-47 for Ts).