Half of the top-ten most-played games on Steam come with the option to customize your entire gameplay, right up through running your own dedicated server. Are you going to sit back and play the game how somebody else envisioned it, or are you going to grab the goat by the horns, run your own server, and make it personal? There are many reasons why people rent a server from a remote provider; ranging from bandwidth availability, dedicated support, or even to eliminate any latency advantages between player and host. Remote hosting can sometimes be a headache. All you need is to save the parts you replace when you upgrade, and build a new system out of it.
Set up a dedicated gaming server for the most popular games
How to Make a CS:GO Server
Creating a Hub is super simple. You can change the name of your hub, add a description and adjust the join settings. A Hub can be as open or closed as you want. It could be a public or private Hub. You can even allow users to apply to your Hub and let you review their applications. You can assign different roles to every user in your Hub.
Able to run as a console game on Windows, MacOSX, and most recently, Linux, Counter-Strike:GO is a first-person shooter that features brand new maps, characters, and game modes alongside with classic Counter-Strike content. This game is notable for the fact that it allows players to host their own servers, resulting in a high degree of possible gameplay through the ability to introduce individual customization. If you are interested in setting up your CentOS 7 server to run Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, this guide will show you the necessary steps. In this tutorial, a new user will also be created specifically for running the game. Before we can progress to the actual installation and setup process of Counter-Strike:GO for your server, it is good practice to ensure that you have the latest information from the Linux package repository concerning available packages and package versions. Using the default package manager, yum, we can fetch this information first with the command update, before then upgrading the available packages. Make sure your system is up to date by executing these two commands as root to update the information and then upgrade required packages. If you are not the root user, but your current user has superuser privileges, precede both of the following commands and all further root commands with the additional command sudo to execute it as root. You may be prompted for the root password when using sudo.
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