A charity CS:GO tournament called Born to Be Brave was held yesterday, December 22, by Natus Vincere, the esports organization of Ukraine.
A charity CS:GO tournament called Born to Be Brave was held yesterday, December 22, by Natus Vincere, the esports organization of Ukraine, in an effort to raise funds for Ukraine. Nine organizations were part of the initiative, ENCE, FaZe Clan, Team Liquid, NAVI, Fnatic, BIG, Team Vitality, Astralis, and MOUZ. From these teams, select players were chosen to form four different role-specific teams, following an exciting format for all viewers to enjoy.According to NAVI, the one-day charity tournament was able to raise $400,000 USD for UNITED24, with Maksym Krippa – NAVI’s owner, adding another $100,000 and raising all donations to $500,000 (INR 4,14,13,050).
Born to Be Brave was a charity CS:GO tournament by NAVI with a unique format where four teams of players from nine different teams competed against each other with the aim of raising funds for UNITED24, a charity run by the President of Ukraine. An initiative to collect donations in support of Ukraine.The four teams that were assembled to compete in this charity tournament consisted of role-specific players and were given respective nicknames highlighting the same.
These teams were made from the following players, in which you will not conquer other participants to go as a winner.
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In total, NAVI was able to raise $400,000 through this charity CS:GO tournament, with its owner also contributing $100,000, bringing the total amount of money raised to $500,000, all going to UNITED24 and Medical Aid of Ukraine. being directed to the needs.He also listed a few items that will be sent to top donors, including his hard-fought IEM Cologne 2021 MVP medal for his outstanding performance when he led NAVI to victory against G2 in the finals.