Team Liquid announced that they shall be running back to back streams to raise funds for the Direct Relief. Titled as the Quaranthon, it shall run next week and will consist of all Team Liquid members streaming back to back in order to pass Lockdown time, and to raise relief money.
The Pandemic Effect:
The COVID-19 has been a dangerous pandemic that has risen to affect globally. Many families from various places do not have the means to provide themselves with proper protection. They cannot shield themselves against the virus. This is where the relief effort comes in that provides the needy with the appropriate measures against the virus.
The Esports lockdown is a statement regarding how all esports titles are postponed; the months of March and April. Live events are not an option which has forces online play to come in hand. This has been the means of esports in the current days. And thus, has provided options of revision of how esports can be held.
In conclusion, the Quaranthon looks to be a viable means of raising relief money. It will be sure to give much-needed help, all alongside passing the time where self-quarantine and lockdown is necessary for general benefit.
Team Liquid’s Name:
Team Liquid is one of the biggest Esports Organizations that span over more than fifteen esports titles. They have teams for DOTA 2, CS: GO and later entered Freefire as well. Fans across the world tune in to their matches regardless of which title they follow. Since their inception in 2000, they are renowned for their career in Starcraft.
The European Team Liquid DOTA 2 roster won The International, the largest esports prize-pool of that time. Team Liquid’s League of Legends team has won four LCS titles. And their CS: GO team was awarded the Intel Grand Slam prize in 2019, a feat achieved in a record 63 days.
All of this will hold online following all Team Liquid facilities locked down for the duration of this month. For full information on that, you can check our other article over Here.