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Dota 2: Dendi and Other Popular Names To Take Part in A Charity Show Match to support Ukraine
Dota 2 pros come together to support Ukraine.
Everyone in the world knows about the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. Even though this has nothing to do with esports and computer games, some of the big names in Dota 2 decided it was high time to help. So, together with United24, a popular fundraising program, we will have the chance to watch an epic show match that includes some of the most popular players.
B8 to raise funds for Ukraine
Guess what! We're hosting a charity show match to support Ukraine with United24 fundraising platform! @Dendi will be joined by @SirActionSlacks, @JenkinsDota, @BananaSlamJamma, @CapCasts
and other legends!
📆 September 30
⏰ 5 PM CET
📺 https://t.co/SRi2J8ltuC pic.twitter.com/iqGn2WwqLr
— B8 Esports (@B8esportsGG) September 28, 2022
On 30 September 2022 at around 5 PM CET, Dota 2 fans will have the chance to watch a couple of top-tier players. Danil “Dendi” Ishutin, Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner, Andrew “Jenkins” Jenkins, Brian “BSJ” Canavan and Austin “Cap” Walsh will team up and take part in a charity show match. Needless to say, this event will include tons of other big names because the idea is to raise funds and help Ukraine.
Aside from the names mentioned above, we can also expect to find Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg, Niklas “Wagamama” Högström, and many other popular Dota 2 personalities. With that said, B8, Dendi’s organization, will host the match itself.
Since the idea of this match will be to raise funds for Ukraine, we can expect to have loads of surprises. Even though we don’t know what’s going to be available yet, rumors have it that there will be giveaways from companies like Lorgar and HyperX.
You can watch the event live on Dendi’s Twitch channel in English.
Dendi is one of the most recognizable names in Dota 2, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise he wants to use his popularity to help his country. With that said, there was another charity event earlier this year called #StreamersWithUkraine. We had the chance to watch some of our favorite players in action, including the popular caster Owen “ODPixel” Davies.