Exceptionally, Alexander Meier takes no enemies to target, but is watching on a digital chest, which looks like a weapons crate in the U. S. Army. Meier, a 24-year-old Student from the lower Bavarian town of Pfeffenhausen, sitting in front of his Computer playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). It is one of the most popular shooting games in the world. What’s in the box, don’t know Meier. Nevertheless, he has paid via Paypal 2,20 Euro on the game belonging to the marketplace, to allow the box to open. A click, and the lid POPs off. The content: a sniper rifle of the type AWP fever dream, a pink-painted blue. On the market square, he could sell it for about seven euros. “Quite a rare thing, which was quite good,” he says. “Most of the time to be only scrap.”