For Aleksandr, the CSGO pro has one row, and it’s a hard time to understand.
In a post posted on Instagram, a prominent CSGO streamer and pro athlete Aleksandr s1mple Kostyliev donated one million Ukrainian hryvnias (or 33,000 USD) to the Ukrainian army. The Intel Extreme Masters Katowice Tournament comes during s1mple sought unison.
Russia invaded Ukraine last week. As Russia moves to a new territory, Russia takes on more of the same areas of the independent region and kills more innocent people, and leaves more. This devastating news wiped out the Ukrainian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive game of the Nambijan-based sports organization. S1mples tipped the Russian-Ukraine conflict and, once again, it was fucked away that the conflict was over.
Now, the esports player is trying to put his money at your disposal.
S1mple spent most of last year at the annual event IEM Katowice in Poland where a large one million dollar prize pool for several different esports teams compete. S1mple and his team at Natus Vincere were unfortunately knocked out by the G2 Esports on February 25 – but before leaving the stadium, he said a speech in peace and respect for Ukraine and the whole world.
All of us are terrified, and all of us are in need of the show [an example of [the] For the whole world an example, s1mple said. We need to stay together because of our fans, because of our friends, and everybody’s gonna watch this tournament. We all have to be human first.
A few days later, Ukrainian Olympic sports and NBA broadcaster Vitalii Volochai reported that s1mple had donated $ 33,265 to the Ukrainian army, though s1mple said yet.
Most individuals and organizations, including Cyberpunk 2077 maker CD Projekt Red, have donated money to the Ukrainian Red Cross or other humanitarian organizations, but s1mple has chosen to give money to the Ukraines military. Perhaps because he is based in Kiev, his primary concern is to prevent invaders from keeping his city, country and his people as safe as possible.
Comment from Kotaku has s1mple.
The first time that is willing to share the way money is, not in this world. In November 2018, he donated all the money he made to the FACEIT Pro League Tournament to a men’s health charity. The total was never disclosed, but the event featured a weekly prize offering of $ 5,200.