The Criminal Origins of CS:GO's Most Controversial Skin

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There are plenty of iconic CS:GO skins: the Dragon Lore, the Karambit, the weebtacular Akihabara Accept.

But none is more legendary than the M4A4 Howl.

When Valve first introduced the skin market back in 2013, no one could have predicted that, one day, a skin would sell for six figures.

How could that even be possible? To answer that, we have to go back to the very beginning of CS:GO skins.

Written by: Jeff Lacroix-Wilson
Edited by: Andrew Faigal (@Brrrning)
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