This weekend, GamersVSCovid will be throwing a special Fortnite a charity streamathon in support of Direct Relief. Working together with Streamlabs, Razer, and Logitech G, the event will be hosted by former NBA pro Nate Robinson, YouTube personality Michelle Phan, and Team SoloMid's ZexRow and Reverse2K for what will be a 12-hour event on Sunday, April 26th. The entire event will be to raise money benefiting COVID-19 relief. Gamers who wish to get in on the action can participate in Fortnite tournaments hosted by celebrity streamers for free, with donations in support of the cause highly encouraged. You can read up more on tomorrow's event below.
#GamersVSCovid invites anyone to enter these free creator qualifiers and pledge their support for the cause by making a donation for Direct Relief. From each of these creator qualifiers, a winner will emerge and go on to compete in the finals for the grand prize. The action kicks off at 8:00 a.m. PST, with featured creators being highlighted each hour of the event. Throughout the day, the community will have a shot at stellar prizes from sponsors Logitech G and Razer, including state-of-the-art gaming computers, keyboards, and signed jerseys and mousepads. Prizes will be awarded to those tuning into ScrimToWin on Twitch. Since January, the humanitarian aid organization has supplied millions of masks, gloves, coveralls, and other personal protective equipment to health workers. All proceeds from #GamersVSCovid will go to Direct Relief's Covid-19 Fund for Community Health, which has received multi-million dollar support from 3M and Sean "Diddy" Combs."The work being done by Direct Relief and others in the fight against Covid-19 is nothing short of inspiring," said Timothy Tello, co-founder, ScrimToWin. "#GamersVSCovid is an open call for all gamers to aid the cause. Please join us by pledging your support, making a donation, or playing in one of our tournaments!"