What's better than Counter-Strike?
Counter-Strike for a good cause, obviously, and that's exactly what the Americans over at M(o)ustache Masters have been putting on for the last few years.
We were so intrigued that we sent aizyesque over the pond to spend some time on camera, with... mixed results. But he's on the front lines over there, and seems to be having a good time.
"I'll tell you something", he told us, "It's so nice to have the atmosphere of the guys and gals and everyone else just chilling, hanging out, watching Counter-Strike and burning the inside of their mouths with hot sauce."
"It's not a LAN in the sense of all the teams playing are there, but the talent is all on site and there's some real comraderie and good vibes - and it's all for charity."
Excellent stuff. Though by the time you're reading this it's likely a bit too late to get involved, they ended up raising $20,000 (Red. at time of writing) for the Movember foundation, going towards helping men deal with testicular cancer, prostate cancer and mental health issues.
It was full of wild Zeus kills, far too many knives and some of the highest quality Negev play we've ever seen. If that's not representative of NA Counter-Strike, we don't know what is.