All CS:GO players can find out how much money they have invested in Valve’s title to buy skins, crates, keys, and more. The way to find out the money spent in CS:GO is through the Stream profile.
If you love to have an attractive inventory in your CS:GO account, you can now find out the exact amount of money you have invested in the game. Every item purchased in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, such as boxes, keys, stickers, skins, passes, and patches, accumulates in your Steam account.
Today we bring a guide for people who want to know how much money they have invested in Valve’s shooter over the years.
How can you know how much you have spent on CS:GO?
Everyone knows that CS:GO is one of those titles that makes a lot of profit from skin sales. Although not all of them have the same price, it all adds up over time. Proof of this is the success of Valve’s recent addition of the Anubis collection to CS:GO.
It is important to note that products purchased from other skin sites frequented by many CS:GO players are not included in the data; only money spent within Steam is counted.
Because many game users prefer to purchase their skins on these third-party websites, the estimate will be lower. However, all major passes, keys, or boxes purchased up to that point are included.
Steps to know the money invested in CS:GO
- The first thing you should do is go to your profile.
- Then you must click on the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Badge.
- Now you should select the link “How to get more badges.” This link appears at the top right of the screen, located below the hours logged in the game.
- When you click on the link, Steam will open a new tab. The amount spent will be hidden inside a box.
On the other hand, it is important to comment that according to the data published by Fraglider, it is estimated that Valve has generated around $52 million only with the game’s boxes. However, this is not an exact amount since many users have private profiles, and it isn’t easy to calculate exactly.
On the other hand, approximately 20.95 million crates are also estimated to be opened monthly. This amount excludes direct purchases of stickers and passes. Now, after knowing some approximate data of how much money Valve can generally monthly, it may not hurt so much to know how much money you have invested in the title.
The number of CS:GO players continues to grow
Valve has been on a good run lately, and everything seems to point to further growth. Following the announcement of the release of CS2 and the latest CS:GO, Major, the number of players has been on the rise.
The growth has been such that earlier this month, CS:GO broke the record for the number of simultaneous players in the shooter.