- ‘Gamers Without Borders’ has announced that they will be hosting a Dota 2 tournament featuring 8 European/CIS teams.
- The organization will be donating over $1.5 Million to charity.
- Earlier, the organization hosted tournaments for PUBG Mobile and Rainbow 6 Seige
Saudi Arabia’s ‘Gamers Without Borders’ has announced that they will be hosting a Dota 2 tournament featuring 8 teams and will donate $1.5 Million USD to charity.
Earlier last month, the ‘Gamers Without Borders’ series of tournaments was announced to raise money to fight the coronavirus pandemic with a gigantic $10 million prize fund. Professional gamers will be able to compete and then pick a charity of their choosing.
So far, there have been tournaments in PUBG Mobile as well as Rainbow Six Siege. For their third instalment, Gamers Without Borders has chosen Dota 2 as the title of choice.
Details of the Tournament
8 teams from the Europe and CIS region, will be competing in this tournament, namely:
- Team Liquid
- Team Secret
The tournament will be held from 15th - 17th May 2020.
You can find additional information about the tournament on the official website of 'Gamers Without Borders'