Gamers Without Borders Returns with $10 Million Charity Prizepool featuring Biggest Esports Title

Gamers Without Borders Returns with $10 Million Charity Prizepool featuring Biggest Esports Title

Gamers Without Borders, one of the biggest esports charity events in the world, is returning on April 10th, 2023, with a prize pool of $10 million for humanitarian aid. The event, organized by the Saudi Arabian Federation for Electronic and Intellectual Sports (SAFEIS), has been running since 2020 and has raised over $40 million for various humanitarian causes.

This year’s event will feature some of the biggest esports titles, including League of Legends, Fortnite, CS:GO, and PUBG, with teams and players from all over the world participating in the tournament. The competition is open to everyone, with teams and players having a chance to qualify for the Gamers8gg event, which will take place later in the year.

The $10 million prize pool will be donated to various charities and organizations that are working to provide aid to people affected by various crises around the world. This includes support for refugees, medical supplies, and education initiatives.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Gamers Without Borders showed incredible support by donating large sums of money to various organizations working to combat the spread of the virus and support those affected by it. The event helped raise over $10 million in 2020, which was donated to the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund, Médecins Sans Frontières, and the International Medical Corps, among others.

Esports has become an important platform for fundraising and charity events, and Gamers Without Borders has been at the forefront of this movement. The event not only raises funds for important causes but also showcases the power of esports and gaming to bring people together and make a positive impact in the world.

In addition to the tournament, the event will also feature various activities and panels on topics related to gaming and charity. This includes discussions on the role of esports in fundraising and charity work, as well as panels on the future of gaming and the impact it can have on society.

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Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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