Pro players in charity tournament
Charity tournament featuring many of the best players in the world will be held in the near future with the aim of collecting donations for flood victims in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Serbia.
A big natural disaster hit the Balkan region last week, especially Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina where the massive floods caused 44 casualties as of now, as well as immesurable material damage.
In an attempt to help, Bosnia's most famous Counter-Strike player Faruk "pita" Pita will organize a charity tournament with some of the world's best players in hopes of collecting donations for the affected regions.
SpawN to play in charity tournament for flood victims
Former CS 1.6 superstar Abdisamad "SpawN" Mohamed will also join the efforts, along with many other big names:
More players are expected to join, as the tournament will feature four teams of five. It is currently not determined when it will be held, depending on most players' availability.
It is also in the plans that one big gaming company will help by handing out some products for the donators. More information about how the donation process will work, which charity organizations are selected and when the tournament will take place will be announced later this week.