Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s Operation Payback makes $150,000 for map makers

By Sherif Saed
29 July 2013 16:39 GMT

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’s Twitter feed has confirmed that Valve’s Operation Payback has generated over $150,000 in revenue for participating map makers. That’s a spilt of over $20,000 each.

Announced back in April, Operation Payback is a pass that runs until the July 31, giving you access to official low-ping servers hosting seven of the best player-created maps for $2,99.

This sounds like a huge success for both Valve and talented map makers and we wouldn’t be surprised if it happens again.

Did you check out the incentive? What did you think? Let us know below.

Thanks, PCGamesN.

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