How to bind “jumpthrow” in CS: GO with a space

The jumpthrow bind allows you to throw grenades far away on a consistent basis. With its help, you can make both a jump and a throw with one button. If you already know what such a bind is, you can scroll to the very end and copy its text.

Is jumpthrow bind legal?

Yes, most of the time. In matchmaking, ESEA, FACEIT and most professional tournaments, bind is allowed. However, in some pro and semi-pro tournaments, it is advisable to check the rules to make sure you are not breaking anything.

What is a jumpthrow bind?

This is a small script, the execution of which you can assign to one button. Thus, by pressing one key, several actions are performed. In our case, this is a jump and release of the mouse button. What is the use of this? This way you can always make shots with the same result. If you throw grenades without a bind, the result will be different, since you are not a robot and you cannot always release the mouse button at the same moment.

Setting up a bind

If you don’t want to go into configuration files, you can simply enter the line in the console:

bind “X” “+ jump; -attack; -jump”

Instead of “X” enter the desired key, for example space (space).

Bind via autoexec

You need to create a file in the game config folder, which is usually located at C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ userdata \ your folder \ another folder \ local \ cfg

If the autoexec.cfg file is not there yet, then create it in a text editor, we recommend Notepad ++.

Add these three lines to the autoexec file, replace “KEY” with the desired key:

alias “+ jumpthrow” “+ jump; -attack; -attack2”

alias “-jumpthrow” “-jump”

bind “KEY” “+ jumpthrow”

After that, you need to add + exec autoexec to the “Set Launch Options” launch property, right click on the game in the Steam library.

Most of the throws will require a bind, otherwise the result will be inconsistent. Below are examples of throws that are much easier to do with a bind.

How to use a bind

Take a grenade, hold down one of the mouse buttons (or both), then press the button to which the commands are attached. The script will jump and release the mouse button for you.

Normal throw distance: hold down the left mouse button and press the bind button.

Close range (only when configuring via autoexec): hold down the right mouse button and press the bind button.

Long distance (only when configuring via autoexec): hold down both mouse buttons and press the bind button.


Now that you have figured out how to configure the bind, you can go to your favorite card and try it out.