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UPDATE (April 13, 2020):

There have been a lot of charities that raised money to help fight COVID-19 or over the past month so, plus the usual mix of event delays and changes.

Here are some of the headlines from the past few weeks:

31. March 2020:

Here are some of the latest sports activities and news related to COVID-19. Countless online tournaments and events have been organized – here is a selection:

UPDATE (March 25, 2020):

Over the past week there have been a number of developments related to Esport and the Covid-19 outbreak .

Here is a summary of 16 of the latest headlines:

UK Hunger Games announced!

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Other headlines:

There was also a lot of money- Activation increase These include:

UPDATE (March 18, 2020):

A research initiative has been supported by many PC gamers around the world.

Nvidia has teamed up with the PC Master Race community to support Folding @ Home a distributed computer project that simulates protein dynamics in a variety of diseases to help scientists better address them understand and fight.

] Folding @ Home now simulates the dynamics of COVID-19 proteins to look for new therapeutic options.

Several individuals within the UK esports support this initiative, including students from the University of Roehampton, NUEL and others.

Elsewhere, ESL UK has moved its upcoming Rainbow Six ESL Premiership live final to an online final. only event.

ESL said it was sad and disappointed that the tournament for teams from the UK and Ireland will now only take place online, but said that the health and well-being of teams, participants, partners and staff is a top priority to have.

At the Rainbow Six ESL Prem, Team Secret was recently retired for reasons that have not been released to the public.

Flashpoint did the same, postponed its CSGO tournament to online only and delayed the games that were supposed to take place today.

And after the LEC was moved last week, it is back this week in Also an online form.

In other news will reimburse EA Apex Legends teams for the postponed Global Series Major One.

The Apex Legends Global Series Major One was scheduled to take place between March 13th and 15th at Esports Stadium Arlington, USA, but has been postponed. EA reimburses the teams for travel expenses.

Elsewhere the Wanyoo game café in London has reduced its opening hours.

UPDATE (March 16, 2020):

The second event of the Royal Ravens in London, to be held in London in June, was the call due to coronavirus (COVID-19) along with all other events of Duty League canceled for 2020.

The news comes after the first Royal Ravens Homestead Event in February in CopperBox London.

In a statement by League Owners Activision it says: “After caution In close cooperation with our teams, we are moving all of Call of Duty’s currently planned live events for 2020 to online with immediate effect -Competitions. “

As is usual with canceled esport events, tickets will be refunded. Season ticket holders will be contacted by See Tickets for refunds.

In addition, the esports organization FaZe Clan leads a # FIGHT2FUND Call of Duty: Warzone Pro-Am tournament which took place this evening (Monday) March 16 at 7 p.m. (GMT).

16 teams of three formed the tournament group with a combination of players, streamers, athletes, music artists and celebrities, including artists such as 21 Savage, Young Thug and others, as well as professional players like Bugha, the Fortnite World Champion.

The winning team selected a local charity or organization affected by coronavirus to receive the prize, which includes 100% of the sponsored and streamed revenue and first donations from FaZe Clan, Softgiving and Activision.

Elsewhere the National Videogame Museum in Sheffield has decided to temporarily close with immediate effect in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

"This is a proactive measure – no cases of COVID-19 are known to our visitors or employees," said a statement.

In addition the Epicenter Major 2020 tournament was scheduled to take place in Moscow from May 2 to 10, was canceled by Valve .

UPDATE (March 13, 2020):

Riot Games has now the LEC in Berlin & # 39; note until further notice & # 39 ;. The company has posted the following update on Twitter: