Do you want your own CS:GO Server but do not have the technical skills to
make it happen? Maybe you need one to play with your friends, practice with
your team, practice smokes or want a public server. My Counter Strike Global
Offensive Server tutorials will guide you through your difficulties. The series
will include both Windows and Linux. I will help you explain how to install
plugins, maps and models. Setting up workshop download will be no issues for
you and you might even understand how to upload your own later down the path. In this tutorial I am going to cover the first steps of creating a CS:GO
Server on Windows 10, although it works the same way on Windows 8 and
Windows 7 if that is what you are using. There are also some similarities 
to the Linux install, but that will have it’s separate tutorial. You can use
the tutorial in both video and written format. However, if you have
difficulties understanding the different steps I recommend you to use both. Let’s get started. Required programs You will need to download SteamCMD here: Create folders Create a folder for SteamCMD. Put it where you want it and the name doesn’t
matter. Also create a folder for your CS:GO server. Avoid spaces in the name to
make it easier for you. Extract the download Extract the, that you downloaded, into the SteamCMD folder you
created.  Download the server content Double click on steamcmd.exe Enter the following: force_install_dir “THE PATH FOR THE CS:GO SERVER FOLDER” | e.g.
force_install_dir c:\CS:GO-Server\ login anonymous app_update
740 validate Let it download. Create a start.bat Right click in the Garry’s Mod Server folder and select New -> Text
Document In the text document enter the following: For Competitive: srcds
-game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 0 +game_mode 1 +mapgroup mg_active +map
de_dust2 +sv_setsteamaccount “YOUR AUTH TOKEN” For Casual: srcds
-game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 0 +game_mode 0 +mapgroup mg_active +map
de_dust2 +sv_setsteamaccount “YOUR AUTH TOKEN” For Arms Race: srcds
-game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 1 +game_mode 0 +mapgroup mg_armsrace
+map ar_shoots +sv_setsteamaccount “YOUR AUTH TOKEN” For Demolition: srcds
-game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 1 +game_mode 1 +mapgroup mg_demolition
+map de_lake +sv_setsteamaccount “YOUR AUTH TOKEN” For Deathmatch: srcds
-game csgo -console -usercon +game_type 1 +game_mode 2 +mapgroup mg_allclassic
+map de_dust +sv_setsteamaccount “YOUR AUTH TOKEN” Get an auth token from this website and replace “YOUR
AUTH TOKEN” with it: Note: Use App ID 730 Save the document: File -> Save As… Saves as Type: All Files File name:
server.cfg You are done! Now just double-click the
start.bat to start the server. Special thanks to for providing that article. Also, watch a video tutorial here