The first charity tournament of 2021 hosted on PLANET9 will go live online in the US on April 24th. Following the success of the CLUE 24-Hour Charity Stream ( in the UK last July, the next-gen esports platform, PLANET9, is facilitating another charity event supporting esports communities to contribute towards the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. This April, Ivy League esports student teams are presenting the Ivy League COVID-19 Charity Stream, which aims to raise funds for related humanitarian efforts through an action-rich collegiate esports competition. Donors will be entered into a raffle where they can win eye-catching prizes provided by PLANET9 and others sponsors, which includes a US$2,600
Predator Triton 500 Gaming Laptop as the top prize.
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Leveraging the PLANET9 platform, the tournament will consist of eight esports communities of prestigious and historic universities: Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University.
The tournament will be a best-of-1 double-elimination group stage with a best-of-3 grand final. All matches are set to take place on Saturday, April 24th, under an intensive 12-hour schedule from 10 AM PST to 10 PM PST, and will be streamed at
“It’s always a great pleasure to support collegiate talents to carry out non-profit esport competitions,” said James Hsu, the Director of the Growth Team at PLANET9. “Through our platform, we hope to help raise awareness for both the esports scene and charity.”

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