Fnatic and Loco team up to host PUBG Mobile charity tournament

Apr 02 2020 1 min read
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Fnatic and Loco have teamed up to host a PUBG Mobile charity tournament, #GamingForGood. The live stream for the event will take place on the Pocket Aces platform.

The event takes place on April 3 - 5 and will see 18 games played. The prize pool is INR 200,000 ($2626) and will be divided up among the top three teams. Those teams can choose to donate the money to either Zomato Feeding India or 4DOG'SAKE India, and viewers can also contribute with donations.


Anirudh Pandita, Founder of Pocket Aces, released a statement about the upcoming event:

Anirudh Pandita

We are at a strong inflection point in Indian gaming and we are pleased to launch game streaming on Loco with #GamingForGood. As the home of Indian gaming, Loco is proud to collaborate with India's most popular esports teams for this tournament. Fnatic and Loco share a commitment to developing the esports ecosystem in India and we look forward to co-creating many more impactful initiatives in the future.

Nimish Raut, India Lead for Fnatic, also released a statement about #GamingForGood:

Nimish Raut

Fnatic has always been a team that's built by the fans. I believe that with the thousands of gamers across India coming together, we could truly showcase the power of the Indian esports community and contribute in a way that benefits the people who are most in need. #GamingforGood stands for every gamer and his or her orange and black heart.


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