Activision rejects 100 Thieves Gamers for Equality Warzone tournament

Recently, Call of Duty League announced the organization of its first Call of Duty: Warzone esports tournament. The Call of Duty community asked for the battle royale to have an official event for ages. But now, other organizations want to use Warzone for their own third-party tournaments. 100 Thieves hoped to organize a charity tournament, Gamers for Equality, before Activision refused permissions to hold it.

100 Thieves Warzone Tournament

This Call of Duty: Warzone tournament was supposed to start on June 18 and last four weeks. More importantly, it was in collaboration with the Gamers for Equality charity. CashApp and JBL already joined as official sponsors of the event. This tournament promised a cash prize of $100 thousand.

Nadeshot on Gamers for Equality

100 Thieves founder and CEO Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag took to Twitter with a video explaining what happened. Wanting to organize a Warzone tournament, 100 Thieves searched for sponsors and found CashApp and JBL. Both sponsors wanted to participate because of charity.

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