MidOne Joins Players From Around The World To Aid COVID-19 Efforts
If you follow the Dota 2 scene, you would probably know MidOne, our very own local Dota 2 pro-gamer. Recently he has donated a total of US$100,000 for Gamers Without Borders along with his team OG in efforts to aid global charities on the frontline.
MidOne supports Gamers Without Borders effort
Gamers Without Borders is a seven-week event series that will donate US$10million to charities on a global scale that are fighting COVID-19.
The final of the tournament saw Team Secret beating Natus Vincere. Overall, the tournament saw a total of US$1.5million being donated for COVID-19 causes.
Here’s what MidOne had to say about the effort:
To come together from gamers across different parts of the world is fun during these difficult times. To be able to help donate to the important charities fighting COVID-19 for my team feels good. I have missed competitive gaming, so it’s definitely lifted the boredom and given us and everyone watching from around the world some fun and entertainment.
The world needs some positivity right now and gaming can help with that. It was a fun tournament. It’s definitely inspiring that everybody in the event is contributing to the world.MidOne, Team OG
If you would like to catch all the action from Gamers Without Borders, you can check out their YouTube channel right here.
Pokdepinion: These guys (OG) are insanely hilarious. It’s nice to see despite that, they are paying attention to the situation that’s around.