The “Players Without Borders – From Saudi Arabia” electronic tournament starts, and the participants cross the 4000 mark
The “Players without Borders – From Saudi Arabia” championship, organized by the Saudi Federation for Electronic and Intellectual Sports, started and continues until the seventh of next June with a total of prizes amounting to 10 million dollars, the proceeds of which will be fully paid to the benefit of the international charitable institutions accredited as part of the international efforts to address the emerging Corona virus pandemic. . COVID-19
The first community tournaments will start today and will continue for a week in which electronic gaming lovers from all over the world will confront and display their skills in individual and team competitions in exchange for winning various gifts and prizes worth more than $ 20,000, followed by a series of other community tournaments that include “marathon” competitions that include games Popular games such as “FIFA 20”, “Fortnight” and “Clash Royale”, while the “Game of the Week” competitions include popular games such as “Overwatch” and “Apex Legends”.
The number of those registered in the community tournaments exceeded the barrier of 4000 participants, one day after the announcement, they will compete for 7 weeks in the various games.
The “Players without Borders – From Saudi Arabia” championship will witness another level of elite championships for the most famous international players, as they will compete for charitable prizes totaling $ 10 million, as the winners present their sums of money to a select group of 12 international charities leading the battle against the new Corona epidemic. Selected by the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, including: the World Health Organization’s (COFED-19) outbreak response fund, Direct Relief, and the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization.
For his part, His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Sultan, President of the Saudi Federation for Electronic and Intellectual Sports confirmed that the establishment of this championship came in light of the great support and interest that the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Highness the Crown Prince, may God protect them, have for different sports Its types, in addition to the continuous attention and follow-up by His Royal Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, Minister of Sports and President of the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee, as this event enhances the Kingdom’s position as a leading country in humanitarian and charitable work and in the field of electronic sports .
He added: “We are happy with this interaction that reflects the mass of e-sports in our beloved homeland, which includes millions of players and the best champions in the various games.
For his part, the CEO of the Saudi Federation for E-Sports and Mental Championship Turki Al-Fawzan, expressed his happiness that the number of registered to participate in this global electronic championship has exceeded the barrier of 4000 people, indicating that e-sports has become a promising sport and in continuous growth.
“It is great to watch so many players challenge so quickly to support fighting the spread of a virus,” he said COVID-19In addition to the diversity of individuals who registered until this moment, it confirms that the “Players Without Borders – From Saudi Arabia” tournament is available to everyone.
It is worth noting that registration is still available to everyone on the community championships that will include the “marathon”, “the game of the week” and “continuous play” competitions, and those wishing to register for the “Players without Borders – from Saudi Arabia” tournament, head to the website: www.gamerswithoutborders.com , You can also follow the latest developments and news of the championship through the site and through the accounts of social media platforms in Twitter and Instagram on the account of @GWBPS_AR And also the YouTube platform Gamers Without Borders By Saudi, Facebook and Snapchat via id @GWBPS.