Global esports platform Challengermode has announced it is working with influencer group Digital Superheroes and the Military & Veteran Gamers charity to support the amazing work they do for veterans and civilians.
In honour of Veterans Day this Friday 11th November, Digital Superheroes will be hosting MVG’s 2v2 Call of Duty Gunfight Tournament on Challengermode and spotlighting the incredible work the charity does in establishing a safe environment for service members to connect and heal through gaming. 100% of all the donations given during the event to support its amazing work for veterans. All proceeds from the tournament will be used to gift copies of Modern Warfare 2 to veterans free of charge with the Cods4Vets campaign.
The free-to-enter tournament will kick off on November 13th, where players of any skill level will compete for a significant $2500 total prize pool. There will also be additional giveaways of two GeForce RTX 4090 graphic cards and multiple copies of the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Vann Childs – Partnership Manager for North America at Challengermode said: “We’re proud to be supporting Military & Veteran Gamers alongside Digital Superheroes to help make this tournament happen and raise donations for an incredible cause. We look forward to hearing more from them about how best to meet the needs of veterans and civilians, and can’t wait to see the community come together for this exciting tournament.”
To take part and claim a spot as one of the 128 competing teams, visit the Digital Superheroes Discord and follow the “How To Register” instructions on the tournament info page. To find out more about the Military & Veteran Games charity, visit the website.
To enter the giveaway: follow Digital Superheroes on Twitch, join the Digital Superheroes Discord and follow the Digital Superheroes on Twitter. Once you’ve entered the giveaway, every dollar donated towards the COD4Vets Campaign earns you an additional chance to win.
Challengermode’s support for Digital Superheroes and Military & Veteran Gamers builds off of a strong traditional of the global esports platform providing a space for charitable events free of charge, such as the SpecialEffect CS:GO charity tournament, the CompanyClash VALORANT tournament in support of Save The Children, the Lucifer Esports Charity Cup in aid of AbleGamers and the Play2Help Rocket League tournament for Mental Health Awareness Month.