It’s the Final Countdown! Gamers Without Borders community tournaments close this week – your last chance to compete against the world on multiple amateur battlegrounds

-- Gamers Without Borders’ nine-week community tournaments closes on August 8

-- Marathons & play-as-you-go sessions available to gamers of all abilities as part of COVID-19 vaccine fundraiser

 Action continues across the likes of Fortnite, Clash Royal, FIFA21, Valorant, Apex Legends and more

-- Gamers can sign-up to play now at

August 2 – RIYADH: Gamers….your clock is ticking! Gamers Without Borders – the world’s biggest charity esports festival – heads into its final week of action with this year’s community tournaments closing the 2021’s nine-week gaming extravaganza.

Open to every gamer on the planet, Gamers Without Borders’ online community tournaments has seen the world come together to compete on the biggest titles in gaming, all in the name of the greater good as part of the $10million COVID-19 fundraiser.

The online ‘Game’ battleground, for amateur gamers of all abilities with daily prizes up for grabs, has seen thousands of gamers from across the globe unite to compete across hundreds of tournaments.

And it’s not too late for fans to still register ahead of the August 8 deadline. This week’s marathons include the likes of Fortnite and Clash Royale with FIFA21 available to Play As You Go. The final Games of the Week will include Valorant and Apex Legends.

With the Gamers Without Borders elite competitions now at a conclusion a free series of learning initiatives, aimed at inspiring the next generation of game designers, will still be available through the Gamers Without Borders learning hub.

People can also still donate to the humanitarian organisations supporting Gamers Without Borders for COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the world’s most vulnerable nations. These are UNICEF, Gavi, Direct Relief, the International Medical Corps and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre.

To get involved, gamers should head to, where they can sign-up to play in all tournaments, right up until they begin.

His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Sultan, chairman of organisers the Saudi Esports Federation, said: “It’s not too late for gamers all over the globe to play their Gamers Without Borders part through our community competitions - which cater for all abilities. It’s inspiring to see thousands and thousands of gamers from multiple continents register and join our battlegrounds to date on the world’s biggest titles. We’re into the final stages but we hope the gaming community has been inspired and the buzz continues for gaming both here in Saudi Arabia and across the globe.