Games Clash cancel both Arena and Masters events due to COVID-19
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Polish tournament organizer Games Clash has announced the cancellation of two of its international events, Games Clash Arena and Masters.
Putting the health and well-being of staff, players, and fans first, the tournament organizer chose to cancel both events instead of postponing them or shifting to an online format. They both featured eight teams competing for a $100,000 prize pool, with Games Clash Arena scheduled to take place sooner, from June 5-7 in Gliwice. Games Clash Masters was supposed to follow some months after, from September 11-13 at Gdynia Arena.
Dear guests, players, partners...our friends. Unfortunately, due to the global threat of coronavirus, Games Clash Arena 2020 in Gliwice and Games Clash Masters 2020 in Gdynia are suspended.— Games Clash Series (@GamesClashPro) April 8, 2020
We believe that when the threat is over, we will meet again... pic.twitter.com/yb6bSQaSxX
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