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1. How are "points" calculated?

A new player has 1000 points. Every time you make a kill, you gain a certain amount of points depending on a) the victim's points rating, and b) the weapon you used. If you kill someone with a higher points rating than you, then you gain more points than if you kill someone with a lower points rating than you. Therefore, killing newbies will not get you as far as killing the #1 player. And if you kill someone with your knife, you gain more points than if you kill them with a rifle, for example.

When you are killed, you lose a certain amount of points, which again depends on the points rating of your killer and the weapon they used (you don't lose as many points for being killed by the #1 player with a rifle than you do for being killed by a low ranked player with a knife). This makes moving up the rankings easier, but makes staying in the top spots harder.

Specifically, the equations are:

Killer Points = Killer Points + (Victim Points / Killer Points) × Weapon Modifier × 5

Victim Points = Victim Points - (Victim Points / Killer Points) × Weapon Modifier × 5

Plus, the following point bonuses are available for completing objectives in the following games:

Player Action PlyrPlyr Action Team Action World Action Action Player Reward Team Reward Ranking
No No Yes No All Counter-Terrorists eliminated 0 Terrorist +2 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No All Terrorists eliminated 0 Counter-Terrorist +2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Become the VIP +1 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No Counter-Terrorists defused the bomb 0 Counter-Terrorist +5 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No Counter-Terrorists rescued all the hostages 0 Counter-Terrorist +10 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Defuse the Bomb +10 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Domination (4 kills) +3 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Double Kill (2 kills) +1 Counter-Strike
No No No No Drop the Bomb -2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No God Like (12 kills) +11 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Headshot +1 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Kill a Hostage -15 Counter-Terrorist +1 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Killing Spree (9 kills) +8 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Mega Kill (6 kills) +5 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Monster Kill (10 kills) +9 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Ownage (7 kills) +6 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Pick up the Bomb +2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Plant the Bomb +10 Terrorist +2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Rampage (5 kills) +4 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Rescue a Hostage +5 Counter-Terrorist +1 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Spawn with the Bomb +2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Start Defusing the Bomb With a Defuse Kit 0 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Start Defusing the Bomb Without a Defuse Kit 0 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No Terrorists assassinated the VIP 0 Terrorist +6 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No Terrorists bombed the target 0 Terrorist +5 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Touch a Hostage 0 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Triple Kill (3 kills) +2 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Ultra Kill (8 kills) +7 Counter-Strike
Yes No No No Unstoppable (11 kills) +10 Counter-Strike
No No Yes No VIP escaped 0 Counter-Terrorist +10 Counter-Strike

2. What are all the weapon points modifiers?

Weapon points modifiers are used to determine how many points you should gain or lose when you make a kill or are killed by another player. Higher modifiers indicate that more points will be gained when killing with that weapon (and similarly, more points will be lost when being killed by that weapon). Modifiers generally range from 0.00 to 2.00.

Weapon Name Modifier Ranking
AWP Arctic Warfare Magnum (Police) 1.00 Counter-Strike
M3 Benelli M3 Super 90 Combat 1.20 Counter-Strike
XM1014 Benelli/H&K M4 Super 90 XM1014 1.10 Counter-Strike
KNIFE Bundeswehr Advanced Combat Knife 2.00 Counter-Strike
M4A1 Colt M4A1 Carbine 1.00 Counter-Strike
DEAGLE Desert Eagle .50AE 1.20 Counter-Strike
ELITE Dual Beretta 96G Elite 1.40 Counter-Strike
FLASHBANG Flashbang 5.00 Counter-Strike
FIVESEVEN FN Five-Seven 1.50 Counter-Strike
P90 FN P90 1.20 Counter-Strike
FAMAS Fusil Automatique 1.00 Counter-Strike
GALIL Galil 1.10 Counter-Strike
GLOCK18 Glock 18 Select Fire 1.40 Counter-Strike
G3SG1 H&K G3/SG1 Sniper Rifle 0.80 Counter-Strike
MP5NAVY H&K MP5-Navy 1.20 Counter-Strike
UMP45 H&K UMP45 1.20 Counter-Strike
USP H&K USP .45 Tactical 1.40 Counter-Strike
GRENADE High Explosive Grenade 1.80 Counter-Strike
MAC10 Ingram MAC-10 1.50 Counter-Strike
AK47 Kalashnikov AK-47 1.00 Counter-Strike
M249 M249 PARA Light Machine Gun 1.20 Counter-Strike
P228 Sig Sauer P-228 1.50 Counter-Strike
SG552 Sig Sauer SG-552 Commando 1.00 Counter-Strike
SG550 Sig SG-550 Sniper 0.80 Counter-Strike
AUG Steyr Aug 1.00 Counter-Strike
SCOUT Steyr Scout 1.10 Counter-Strike
TMP Steyr Tactical Machine Pistol 1.50 Counter-Strike

3. How can I edit my profile and set real name, e-mail address, homepage and ICQ number?

Player profile options can be configured by saying the appropriate gameme_set command while you are playing on a participating gameserver. To issue commands, push your chat key and type the command text.

Syntax: say /gameme_set option value

Acceptable "options" are:

  • realname
    Sets your Real Name as shown in your profile.
    Example: /gameme_set realname Joe Bloggs

  • email
    Sets your E-mail Address as shown in your profile.
    Example: /gameme_set email joe@hotmail.com

  • homepage
    Sets your Home Page as shown in your profile.
    Example: /gameme_set homepage http://www.geocities.com/joe/

  • icq
    Sets your ICQ Number as shown in your profile.
    Example: /gameme_set icq 123456789

Note: These are not standard Half-Life console commands. If you type them in the console, Half-Life might give you an error.

4. My rank is embarrassing. How can I opt out?

Say /gameme_hideranking while playing on a participating gameserver. This will toggle you between being visible on the Player Ranking and being invisible.

Note: You will still be tracked and you can still view your Player Details page. Use the Search page to find yourself.