Gamers Without Borders is a $10 million charity gaming tournament for multiple esports titles over 5 weeks to fight the coronavirus outbreak. The tournament is created by the Saudi Arabia prince, Faisal Bin Bandar Bin Sultan. The technical part of the tournament is supported by ESL.

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The first week of the Gamers Without Borders tournament will feature a PUBG Mobile tournament with a $1.5 million prize pool

Just recently, on the social media page of the tournament, they have announced that the first game of the first week in the tournament will be PUBG Mobile with a prize pool of $1.5 million. The first weeks will last for 4 days from May 2 to May 5. There will be 6 matches each day.

There are 2 regions, one includes 16 PUBG Mobile teams from EU/CIS/MENA and the other includes 26 teams from South Asia/SEA.

After 4 days, the points will be accumulated to determine the top 8 teams from each region who will get a part of the $1.5 million prize pool to donate to charities listed by the tournament.

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The top 8 PUBG Mobile teams from each region will receive a share from the prize pool to donate to charities

The tournament will be live-streamed on Twitch, Youtube, and Facebook in English. There are many streams of the tournament on Twitch in other languages. Viewers can stop by the stream any time and give their support to charities by donating to the stream.

After the PUBG Mobile tournament in the first week, the second tournament will start from May 8 until May 10. The game for the second week hasn't been determined yet but it will one from these games: Call of Duty, Fortnite, FIFA 20, Apex Legends, Clash Royale, Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, and Rocket League.

Also check out: Tencent Reveals PUBG Mobile India Series 2020 With INR 50 Lakh Prize Pool.