BEIJING, May 19 (Xinhua) — U.S. video game developer and publisher Riot Games Studios announced Monday that it will hold a 48-hour live live live hero’s charity broadcast to help the new crown outbreak,media reported. The charity live event, known as the Mid-Season Live Marathon, will start at 8pm EST on May 29 and will focus on competitive and showcase events from around the world.
In the competitive competition, spectators can see the semi-finals and finals of the League of Heroes’ Mid-Season Cup championship match between the Pro League of China and the Champions Korea team of the Korean Hero League. Of course, there are also Turkey’s “Casters vs. Champions” tournaments and showcase matches from the North American Hero League’s Championship Series players.
As a result of the new crown outbreak, the game had to change many of the events and events originally planned this year, including canceling the mid-season invitational tournament. So, with other events canceled, this season’s live marathon can give fans some expectation. Many other sporting events have also been affected by the outbreak, including the suspension of the Dota 2’s The International Invitational indefinitely, the North American fighting game EVO limited to online, and the next Fortite World Cup, which could be held as early as 2021.
Fist Games says viewers can donate to help the new crown during the mid-season live marathon. Fan donations will be distributed by the Riot Games Social Impact Fund to organizations around the world, such as impactAssets COVID Response Fund and the Global Donor Network’s New Corona Virus Relief Fund. (Berg)