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Five reasons why CS:GO fans should join Fragbite’s Facebook group

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We are excited to share with you that we have launched an awesome Facebook group for our international gaming community! With exclusive tips and giveaways up for grabs!
The name is “Fragbite - We're all about esports” and you’ll find it... well you guessed it, on Facebook. Fragbite has entertained esports lovers all around the world since 2002 with the latest news and views about major events with a special focus on CS:GO.

We have created this group to provide our readers and viewers a lively platform to interact with us, as well as other gamers. Keeping in line with Fragbite’s outside of the box style, this group is going to be more than a gaming fans’ discussion platform. In this article, you will get to know about the special features of Fragbite’s Facebook group and what makes it different from others.

1. Exclusive tips

We welcome all of you who want to get exclusive tips on improving your game from renowned CS:GO coach Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby. He will be available to guide you and answer your game related questions.


2. Game analysts, field journalists, editors and YOU as group members

Excited?

You should be, as group members include some famous faces including CS:GO and other games’ analysts, field journalists and editors. Get in and get to know more about their daily activities. But Fragbite would be nothing without readers and fans and we have created this group together with you. This means we want to hear more from you as well! Share your activities, skills and achievements with the community.


3. Up, Close, & Personal

We have seen them playing, winning or losing but all of us want to know more about our favourite CS:GO and PUBG players. Their success stories, backgrounds, and what they think about their co-players. You can see all of this and more in players’ profile videos by Fragbite.


4. Exclusive news & discussion about major events

Do you want to get news about major events first and love to discuss them? If your answer is yes, then Fragbite esports community is the right place for you.

During major events, we all love to spend hours discussing our favourite teams, players, how they are playing, and who’s going to win or lose. So bring your interesting discussions to the Fragbite esports community and let others participate.


5. Giveaways

We love to share the joy of winning with the Fragbite family. All of our members stand a chance to win exciting gaming and tech products simply by participating in the group contests. So fasten your seatbelts as this journey is going to be a fun learning and sharing.


Come and join Fragbite’s Facebook community as your active participation is going to make it more lively.

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