Esports has always been driven by the fans, but with this week’s Dota 2 WeSave! Dota2 Charity Play Tournament, not only has the action been something to give pleasure to gaming fans all around the world, but money has been raised in the fight against Coronavirus.
If the health professionals have the passion and attention of Dota2’s phenomenal fanbase, then COVID-19 will shortly be flamed into the abyss.
You can watch Dota2’s crowning glory as the finals all take place in the next couple of days, with some of the best teams in the world of Esports coming together to play some incredible best-of-five events.
Virtually every great team present in the Dota2 charity play tournament, but the clash between Team Liquid and Nigma is the match many fans have been looking forward to.
Esports has been highly resilient in the previous fortnight as the gaming community in general has ploughed forward to cover the cancellation of the ESL One Los Angeles Major as well as other events around the world that have faced postponement.
With 24 teams whittled down to just a handful, the $120,000 prize-pool is soon to be donated to the six Dota regions, giving each area $20,000 in the fight against the deadly virus.
With all of the proceeds being donated to the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) and GlobalGiving in the twin battle to give relief to Coronavirus victims and to develop a vaccine, any Twitch viewers who tune in will be able to contribute extra money to add to the $120,000 already put up by the organisers.
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