After the likes of PUBG and Fortnite, it seems like CSGO also has support for mobile, albeit in a different way.
The Steam Link app enables anyone to play a game on their mobile devices, either using the touch screen controls or a game controller, by streaming the content from the PC.
This means that CSGO can be easily played on a handheld device. However, there are a number of issues with it, including a drop in frame rate at times and occasional screen freezes.
Even without any of the bugs, the game is virtually unplayable on a touch screen, considering that opponents are most likely to be on a PC and have better accuracy. Unlike PUBG Mobile, CSGO on mobile is simply a streamed version of its PC counterpart, so it does not have autoaim and the relative simplicity that native mobile games support.
Nevertheless, it is a good to have feature which has potential to be more refined and a support for a keyboard mouse combination, which will enable anyone with a mobile to play their favourite game.