Valve unveils some pretty sus final CSGO Major stickers

To celebrate the last ongoing CSGO Major, taking place in Paris, Valve reveals the final wave of CSGO Major stickers and one of them is very, very suspicious.

CSGO majors stickers 2023 among us

CSGO fans around the world are gathering to celebrate the start of the Paris Major, which is set to be the last-ever CSGO Major. While it might be a bittersweet time for Counter-Strike players, the occasion is marked by a slew of treats from developer Valve in the form of some new CSGO Major stickers. With tributes to several teams that fans have come to admire, there is one sticker in particular that is looking a little bit shifty.

If you’re looking to get yourself some new CSGO stickers, then there are plenty of fun choices to peruse in the latest CSGO Major stickers drop for the Paris 2023 Major. There are plenty of choices, representing players such as Christopher ‘dexter’ Nong, Andrij ‘npl’ Kukharsjkyj, and Ricky ‘floppy’ Kemery.

Many of the designs this year are certainly pushing the parameters of what Valve would normally allow, and floppy’s seems to sport a very obvious homage to the Innersloth’s acclaimed game Among Us. As you can see below, the new CSGO Major sticker incorporates the murder-mystery astronauts into the design – though Innersloth might view it as more of an imposter. Floppy doesn’t appear to be the only player paying tribute to Among Us either.

CGSO Majors Paris 2023 Floppy Sticker

Aleksander ‘hades’ Miskiewicz graces players with a similar design to floppy, though this time one is inspiring us to round up our horses to take ourselves to the saloon in Red Dead Redemption 2. It’s definitely a rootin’ tootin’ design to bless your CSGO skins with.

Aleksander "hades" Miskiewicz csgo major sticker paris 2023

Other designs like the one from dexter are pushing those aforementioned limits of what Valve typically allows on stickers, with the MOUZ player’s CSGO Major sticker simply adorning the word “sex” in a sleek font. Maybe don’t pop that one on while you’ve got family in the room.

The Paris Major is the last CSGO Major event, as the competitive scene gears up for the Counter-Strike 2 release date and a whole new era for the popular Valve FPS franchise. If you’re itching for a taste of what Counter-Strike 2 will include, then we’ve put together all you need to know about getting into the Counter-Strike 2 beta. And don’t worry, we’ve got information on Counter-Strike 2 skin transfers too.

Counter-Strike 2 is already looking promising, with locales getting a new coat of polish, making all the Counter-Strike 2 maps extra appealing to do battle within.