The COVID-19 is a terrifying pandemic that is troubling the entire world at the moment. It has killed almost 10 thousand people in India so far with no sign of stopping. Yet, there are still brave volunteers out there who are risking their lives to try to prevent it. And last week, an 18-year-old volunteer named H. Lalvenmawii, who had been working towards the enforcement of the lockdown in the state, has passed away because of the pandemic.

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there are still brave volunteers out there who are risking their lives to stop the pandemic

In order to help the family of the deceased person, soccer players from Mizoram have come together to hold a PUBG Mobile tournament to raise money. Mizoram's striker Jeje Lalpekhlua, one of the 31 football pros who join this project, said that everyone should come together and help each other get through this horrible pandemic.

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A PUBG Mobile event was held to raise money

The event had over 100 participants who played PUBG Mobile on live stream and contributed to the fund. The 31 soccer players included players from the top clubs in India such as Jeje, Samuel Lalmuanpuia, Lalruatthara, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Laldanmawia Ralte, Lalramchullova, Lalkhawpuimawi,...

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The famous soccer player Jeje also join the project to help raise money for the unfortunate family

“I have not had time to play games but it was great fun. What was important is that we got most of the leading players from Mizoram to participate and were able to do it for a good cause."  - The famous soccer player Jeje shares about his feeling about this project.

Online gaming is one of the industries that didn't get affected much by the pandemic due to its nature. Along with social media, they are the best ways for people to socializing during the time of lockdown.

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