In a carefully combated, back-and-forth fight, Natus Vincere edged mousesports 3-2 in the grand last Sunday to win the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive part of the Gamers Without Borders esports charity drive.

With the win, Na’Vi got $750,000 for UNICEF. mouseports brought house $500,000 for the International Telecommunication Union.

Gamers Without Borders already finished charity competitions using PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Rainbow 6 Siege, Dota 2 and Fortnite. Groups’ cash prize and donations from viewers are going to COVID-19 relief efforts through UNICEF, Direct Relief and the International Medical Corps, to name a few charities.

The CS: GO event, sponsored by the Saudi Ministry of Sport, featured six-team European occasion with a $1.75 million reward swimming pool and a two-team North American Showmatch with a $250,000 prize swimming pool– $150,000 to the winning team’s charity of option.

100 Thieves swept Group Liquid on Saturday to win the North American Showmatch.