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CS:GO: Dignitas wins the EPICENTER

Sunday October 23rd by Damian

Dignitas was crowned the EPICENTER: Moscow champions after beating Virtus.Pro on a best of three final and claimed $250,000. The tournament featured a $500,000 prize…

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DOTA 2: Boston Major Invites

Sunday October 23rd by Damian

The eight invites for the next Dota 2 Major in Boston have been revealed. This will be the first major Valve event with no direct…

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OPSkins, Always Improving: A Recap of Site Updates from July to October

Wednesday October 19th by Arturo

Update: We added to the list the Instant Field Inspection™, Easily Viewing Skins with stickers and One hour Cashouts. We here at OPSkins have been constantly adding…

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Introducing: OPSkins Item Database
Introducing the new Item Database! This catalog enables you to view and research current skins, including wears and patterns. Be it a Factory New, Minimal Wear, Field Tested, Battle Scarred or Well Worn skin, the database provides our users with valuable information so you can have a better idea of what skins are out there in the marketplace. Read More ›
Site Update: Good Deals Page
The Good Deals section of OPSkins launched today! Here you can find all the items on our marketplace that are worth more than $5, with a 10% discount when compared to the suggested price. Read More ›
Site Update: Buyer's Club
OPSkins is introducing another convenient new site feature to help sellers promote their CS:GO items: Instant Field Inspection™. This upgraded service allows buyers to view actual pictures of the CS:GO items you wish to sell, without buyers having to launch the game in order to inspect them. Read More ›
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OPSkins does not have any official Chrome extensions or plugins. Google does not review items that people upload to the Chrome Web Store. If someone asks you to install something, they are probably trying to scam you! Read More ›

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