Gamers without Borders Fornite Event: MortaL, Scout, and Dynamo Gaming to compete in $10 million charity event

MortaL, Scout, and Dynamo Gaming will be participating in Gamers without Borders Fortnite event
MortaL, Scout, and Dynamo Gaming will be participating in Gamers without Borders Fortnite event

Gamers without Borders Fortnite Event: MortaL, Scout, and Dynamo Gaming to compete in $10 million charity event: Gamers without Borders, the world’s biggest esports charity event is back again for 2021 where a total of 10 million USD will be donated to the charity. Gamers Without Borders is a Saudi Arabian organization that comes to light last year during the pandemics of Covid-19. Last year they have hosted world’s biggest charity esports tournament where more than 5,00,000 players participated in that tournament. 2020 event featured a total of 10 game events where a total of $10 million donated to the charity for covid relief. In 2021 they came back again where this time numbers are game increased to 25 where a total of $10 million will be donated for the vaccination throughout the world.

Gamers without Borders Fortnite Event: The event starts on 7 June and will conclude in August where multiple games tournaments will be played during the time period and players from all over the world will participate in this event. On July 1st there will be an elite showdown of Fortnite where 44 duos from all over the world including famous gaming influencers will participate for a good cause. From India Mortal, Dynamo Gaming, and Scout are invited for this showdown along with the famous streamers/gamers around the world.

The entire event will be live-streamed on their official Twitch and Youtube channels named “Gamers without borders”. The stream will take place in multiple different languages which cater to the respective audience of various regions. English, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish and French are the languages in which streams are available to watch.

Gamers without Borders Fortnite Event: Last year Gamers Without Borders PUBG Mobile event had taken place where 16 invited teams from the South Asia region including India participated in a charity prize pool of $7,80,000 where Godlike Esports emerged as the winner and donated $2,50,000 to charity.

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