The 100 Thieves Gamers For Equality Valorant Tournament, sponsored by CashApp, is just around the corner. After several priorannouncements, we now have the eight teams that are confirmed to be taking part. This follows on from the League of Legends Tournament last week as the second title in the Tournament Series.
As a part of the Gamers For Equality movement, CashApp and 100 Thieves have been sponsoring a number of small-scale tournaments in order to raise money for organisations that are fighting for equality. Last week saw CashApp and 100 Thieves host a League of Legends tournament, the first in the Tournament Series. Now, though, is time for the next fixture in this series…
CashApp Gamers For Equality Valorant Tournament Is Next Up
It seems they’re doing the Riot double! Valorant is up next in the Tournament Series and promises exciting action for fans. There are eight teams taking part, and they are as follows:
You can find this announcement in the tweet from 100 Thieves below:
Gamers For Equality was originally due to host Warzone as one of it’s titles, however 100 Thieves CEO Nadeshot has since revealed that Activision had issues with CashApp as a sponsor. With CashApp acting as the primary sponsor of the $100,000 that will be donated to charitable organisations, they chose to move on. Now, Fortnite is the third title in the Tournament Series.
The Fortnite Tournament for Gamers For Equality will commence on July 15.