Valve adds game servers for Argentina in CS:GO’s latest update

A long overdue addition.

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Valve introduced official game servers for Argentina in Counter-Strike’s Jan. 20 live update. The developers have opened up the South American region, helping to stabilize ping and latency. 

The servers in Brazil—a country with a large CS:GO following—had previously been bogged down by players from bordering countries. The Portuguese and Spanish language barrier, and relentless lag, had been an unpleasant experience for all parties involved. 

The update, which went live last night, also included changes to Retakes, helping repair bugs in the game mode, along with adjustments to Apollo, fining tuning the map, and fixing common boost spots.


  • Updated to the latest version of SDL library for Linux and OSX


  • Improved loadout cards assignment logic
  • Fixed a crash when players change teams during freeze time
  • Enemy loadout card no longer provides enemy pistol
  • Fixed a rare case when an extra C4 could spawn


  • Adding official game servers in Argentina
  • Fixed settings search UI for non-Latin languages
  • Updated AK-47 | Anubis wear alpha


  • Fixed issues with previous update
  • Made glass breaking more consistent
  • Replaced and realigned textures
  • Fixed some gun stuck spots
  • Deleted upsetting bench
  • Realigned some assets
  • Deleted some cans people thought were smoke grenades
  • Fixed boost spots
  • Reduced assets in giftspot and other general optimizations for lower end computers