Lions club to donate computers to public schools
Funding to be taken from E-Sports tournament
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THE Cebu Centennial Lions Club will donate 30 computers to the 30 public schools identified by DepEd in impoverished areas in Cebu.
The donation fund will be taken from the proceeds of the “E-Sports Tournament for a Cause” organized by the club, in cooperation with the Association of Computer Resellers Cebu, Game Evolution eSports, iStorya.net, Y101 and Cheap Rigs, on March 1 and 2 at the Parkmall in North Reclamation Area, Mandaue City.
For every player that registers, P50 will go to charity. The money raised will be used to buy computers to aid in the education and the development of the IT industry in Cebu.
The E-Sports tournament will feature the Defense of the Ancients (DotA) Tournament. More than P20,000 in prizes and amazing freebies await the winners.
Interested participants may register at Gizmo branches in Robinson’s Cybergate and E-Mall, Nutech branches in Sanciangko Street, Cebu City, E-Mall, SM, Robinsons and Pacific Mall Mandaue; and at Port Seafood Restaurant in Waterfront Hotel and Casino in Lahug, Cebu City.
A team must comprise 5 to 6 members, including 1 reserve player. The registration fee is P200 per head, inclusive of a limited edition eSports combatant t-shirt, a limited edition eSports Lanyard and a Sun Celluar sim card.
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