These souvenir quality skins feature multiple unique stickers and cannot be used in trade-up contracts.
How to get Souvenir Packages?
From 2019 onwards souvenir packages are available to players who have purchased a viewer pass. The viewer pass entitles the player to redeem three souvenir packages upon ranking up the Major Coin from bronze through to diamond.
Throughout the duration of the major souvenir tokens can be earned by upgrading your coin by completing various challenges (winning 10 competitive rounds on each Active Duty map). Souvenir tokens can then be used to redeem souvenir packages.
Additional souvenir tokens can also be purchased for the duration of the major, allowing you to redeem an infinite number of souvenir packages.
BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023
The BLAST.tv Paris Major 2023 is a CS:GO major hosted in France and the final CS:GO major before the release of CS2. It will take place in Paris from 08 May 2023 - 21 May 2023. It will be the first major to feature the map Anubis in the Active Duty map pool.
Souvenir tokens for the Paris major will be unusable after 30 June 2023, giving these souvenir packages an available lifespan of less than two months.
The IEM Rio Major 2022 was the first CS:GO major to be hosted in Brazil. It took place in Rio de Janeiro from 31 October 2022 - 13 November 2022. It featured the same active duty map pool and souvenir packages as the PGL Antwerp Major 2022.
The Rio Major was originally planned to take place in 2020 from 09 November - 22 November. However, it was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
This was the first major to feature an increased prize pool of $1,250,000; an increase of $250,000.
The Berlin 2019 CS:GO Major was the first to introduce the demolition map Vertigo to the Active Duty map pool. As a result a new Vertigo souvenir package was made available for the duration of the major.
The Berlin 2019 Inferno souvenir package is usually the most expensive whilst the the Berlin 2019 Dust II souvenir package is usually the least expensive.
The FACEIT Major: London 2018 major was the thirteenth official CS:GO major. This was the first major to be hosted by FACEIT and the first to be hosted in England.
The previous Nuke and Inferno collections were replaced with the two new collections 2018 Nuke and 2018 Inferno. These new collections feature new skins that reflect and take inspiration from their map counterpart.
The ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 major was the twelfth official CS:GO major.
The Boston 2018 major marked the final use of the demolition map Cobblestone in the Active Duty map pool. As a result the Boston 2018 Cobblestone souvenir package is the last package produced for the Cobblestone collection.
MLG Major Championship: Columbus 2016 was the eigth official CS:GO major. This was the first and only major to be hosted by Major League Gaming (MLG) and the first to be hosted in the United States.
The MLG Major was the only time where a total of eight souvenir packages were produced for Dust II, Mirage, Inferno, Cobblestone, Overpass, Cache, Train and Nuke. The souvenir packages appear for the first time in dark red boxes.
The MLG Columbus 2016 Nuke souvenir package was not part of the Active Duty map pool and was only dropped during the All-Stars showmatch to randomly selected viewers of the major on Twitch or the CS:GO game client. As a result, the Nuke package is significantly more rare than its counterparts for this major.
The ESL Major Series One Katowice 2014 major was the second official CS:GO major and introduced a new souvenir package similar to the DreamHack Winter 2013 souvenir package. The souvenir package contains a variety of collections.