https://t.co/tPfWhy2f7a pic.twitter.com/9WxJShc6Ks — Minnesota RØKKR (@ROKKR) April 4, 2020WeSave! Charity Play: WePlay! Esports hosted the WeSave! Charity Play Dota 2 event featuring 24 Dota 2 teams. WeSave! Charity Play a non-profit Online Dota2 Charity Marathon dedicated to fight COVID-19, took place from 20 March to 26 March. Six regions of the Dota 2 world; Southeast Asia, CIS, China, Europe South and North America, teams supported to raise some money to aid in the combat of the currently ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The event featured a “prize pool” of $120,000 that will be donated to coronavirus charities, which was driven up further with donations from viewers and sponsors. Team Nigma managed to grab the win from HellRaisers
#GamingForGood, PUBG MOBILE charity tournament: London-based organisation Fnatic has teamed up with Loco and organised #GamingForGood, a charity event for the Indian esports community. The PUBG Mobile event was an initiative devised to help those affected by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The event took place between 3April to 5April, and 18 games were played. The prize pool of Rs. 2,00,000 was set which will be awarded to the top three teams. The top 3 teams will donate the prize money to either Zomato Feeding India or 4DOG’SAKE India. Shutdown Showdown, Apex Legends charity tournament: It is an online national Apex Legends charity tournament to promote and reward those fighting against the spread of COVID-19 by staying home. Several esports companies came together for this five-week Apex Legends tournament known as the Shutdown Showdown which will allow players to fight the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home. Gaud-Hammer Gaming Group, Ultimate Gaming Championship, and Beasley esports have come together for the charity tournament and will reward competitors with mystery packs filled with gaming gear, snacks, and other fun prizes. It started on 31March and each week teams of three will go head to head in custom server matches on UGC’s gaming platform, UGC Esports. 40 per cent of each registrants’ fee will also be donated to the No Kid Hungry campaign which is dedicated to feeding children who rely on school lunches while the schools are closed. Almost every school, in the United States, is closed or locked down due to the virus, so the campaign needs assistance more than ever.
@TeamNigma have proven to be one of the strongest teams in the EU & CIS regions!Good Game, Well Played! pic.twitter.com/7jG83p2pyZ — WePlay! Esports | WePlay! Pushka League (@WePlayEsport) March 26, 2020
https://t.co/0nGBLfxB1t pic.twitter.com/yg6tcV33JF — UGC (@UGCevents) April 3, 2020La Liga FIFA 20 esports tournament: While the majority of leagues around the world have been suspended due to measures put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, La Liga football continues to go ahead in the form of a charity esports tournament on FIFA 20. Organised by Spanish video game streamer Ibai Llanos, the influencer invited each of the Primera Division sides to nominate a single player to represent their teams in a 20-club tournament that took place from Friday 20 March to Sunday 22 March and was streamed on Ibai Llanos’ Twitch channel.While there was no official charity associated with the La Liga Santander Challenge, Llanos said that any money raised during the various streams through donations will go towards supporting Spain‘s fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Warzone from Home Call of Duty: Warzone tournament for charity: 100 Thieves’ Call of Duty: Warzone tournament for charity harity took place on 20 March with a prize pool of $100,000 had sixteen teams participated in hope to become Warzone from Home champion and to donate $50,000 towards the charity of choice. 100 Thieves has partnered with CashApp for providing a chance at a colossal chunk of change.
Os molaría un torneo de FIFA entre los 20 equipos de primera?Buscamos un futbolista de cada club, como el Sevilla-Betis de ayer pero con todos los equipos Podría llamar también a narradores de fútbol para que lo comenten. Y todo lo generado en el streaming lo donamos. — Ibai (@IbaiLlanos) March 16, 2020
Code Red charity tournament: BoomTV hosted a $300,000 Code Red charity tournament Apex Legends Charity Tournament that took place on 26March. $250,000 was donated to the International Federation of Red Cross to assist their ongoing COVID-19 efforts. The tournament featured six matches in total; three on Kings Canyon and three on World’s Edge. The Apex Legends player base seems to be divided on which map they prefer, so having both included will keep everyone entertained.
Thank you to all 16 teams who competed and to everyone who tuned in today for our $100K Warzone From Home tournament. We hope you enjoyed the show!Shoutout @CashApp for sponsoring today’s event. Tweet at us if you caught a W in their chat. ? #CashAppWFH pic.twitter.com/2TWKqMZUbr — 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) March 20, 2020
@ifrc to support the ongoing COVID-19 efforts. Thank you to everyone who participated and tuned in! #Stayandplay pic.twitter.com/P4XgaxTFeN — BoomTV (@GoBoomTV) March 26, 2020