4 Jun 2020
- Leading e-sport athletes and FIFA 20 world championsunite and compete for US$1.5million for COVID-19 charities (click here for the trailer)
- International footballing superstarsPaulo Dybala, Dele Alli, Trent Alexander-Arnold, João Félix, Andre Silva and former One Direction starLiam Payne to also compete in exhibitions
- Gamers Without Borders has broken new ground for esports after uniting 300,000 gamers from 72 countries online in tournaments (click here for video)
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, June 4: Eight elite FIFA 20 gamers will go head to head for the sixth andfinal international tournament ofGamers Without Borders- a US$10m esports fundraiser for COVID-19 relief efforts.
The total charity prize fund for the tournament is US$1.5m donated to the winner’s charities of choice that are being supported by Gamers Without Borders to fight COVID-19.
The eight professional gamers competing this weekend(June 5-7) include Saudi Arabian star and 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup Champion,Mosaad"Msdossary"Aldossary. Joining him will beDonovan "Tekkz" Hunt a19-year-old pro-player who has won numerous FUT 20 Champions Cup Stages in the last few yearsincluding the ePremier League 2019(Liverpool) and FIFA eClub World Cup 2019.
Spain and Real Zaragoza’s Jaime "Gravesen" Álvarez also joins the line-up alongside the UK’s Tassal "Tass"Rushan and Manchester City’s esports star Shaun 'Shellz'Springette.
Former world champion and 3-time Middle East and Asia Champion Abdulaziz“MrD0ne”Alshehri (Saudi Arabia) is another major talent signed up with Polish and AS Roma esports gamer, Damian "Damie"Augustyniakand "Umut"Gültekin (Germany).
The players will face off in a GSL- style bracket format with group matches on June 5-6 and finals day on June 7with the action starting from 19:50 CEST on each day.
Alongside the main tournament will run charity exhibition matches across the weekend (18:00 CEST) with superstar footballers Paulo Dybala, Dele Alli, Trent Alexander-Arnold, João Félix and Andre Silva. Global singing sensation and One Direction’s Liam Paynealso joins the celebrity line-up.
Having run for the last six weeks, Gamers Without Bordershas broken new ground for esports after uniting 300,000 gamers from 72 countries online in tournaments and series on the most popular titles in gaming, making it the biggest charity e-sports event of all time.
The unprecedented esports initiative, organized by the Saudi Arabian Federation for Electronic and Intellectual Sports (SAFEIS), has already seen US$8.5 million donated to global charities tackling COVID-19. These have included GAVI, UNICEF, Direct Relief, International Medical Corps, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRELIEF), Norwegian Refugee Council, International Telecommunications Union
Fans across the globe can watch all the weekend’s action in multiple languages via Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Huya, with full broadcast information available at

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