The first batch of online registrations has been opened. First up is FIFA 20 on PlayStation and Xbox this weekend. Another series of FIFA 20 and the PUBG Mobile will be hosted next weekend.
Four different FIFA 20 tournament types per platform will be played on 11 and 12 April. We guess you sign and play in the version that appeals the most? Head here for more information and to register. It is recommended that you join the associated Discord server. Tournament registration is free, with no prizes confirmed.
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Bring Back Sports is the online gaming tournament joining the fight against COVID-19 in the name of charity
Amidst South Africa’s 21-day lockdown, Bring Back Sports aims to entertain, while supporting those financially impacted by COVID-19.
The brainchild of Glenn Kisela & Texx and the City, along with the backing of Nodwin Gaming, Bring Back Sports will shine a light on the power of gaming and esports whilst also giving back to the community that has supported its growth. Nodwin Gaming is already providing the public with ways to #StayAtHome with the Inkosi Super Cup, featuring four gaming titles to compete in.
Bring Back Sports will feature tournaments for FIFA 20 and PUBG games, which will run over two weekends in April, May and June. The best part is that absolutely anyone can join. This includes musicians, pro players, shoutcasters, streamers, influencers and even members of the public. This is your chance to battle it out for the ultimate bragging rights.
Why FIFA 20 & PUBG?
FIFA 20 is an easy game to pick up and play, which makes it more accessible for more people to get involved. Also, with all major football leagues on hold, people are itching to watch their favourite stars get back on the pitch; even if it’s digitally.
PUBG was a no-brainer as it’s playable on mobile. This makes it massively accessible to anyone looking to get involved with gaming. It’s also a nice introduction to esports; something that is growing rapidly, both globally and in South Africa.
How can the public get involved?
The public can help support this tournament by paying a donation in the form of an entrance fee to participate in the tournament. The public will stand a chance to play with some of their favourite musicians, as well as battle against some of the top FIFA players in the country. There will also be prizes up for grabs and more, so stay tuned to find out exactly how to get involved.
Proceeds generated from Bring Back Sports will go directly towards the Solidarity Fund set up by the government for COVID-19 relief efforts. In addition, a relief fund will be set up to assist those in the music industry who have been hit the hardest, with donations raised during the tournament through our unique BUSQR code.
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