Esports Insider is delighted to announce the first #ESITour taking place tomorrow, Friday 3rd November, in London in support of Movember’s Esports Challenge.
The Movember Foundation was selected as the official charity partner of the final ESI Forum of the year and this marks an extension of the partnership in which Team ESI will be giving away some fabulous esports swag on social media throughout the day.
We’ve lined up some fabulous folk to participate in a series of challenges across some of the most iconic landmarks in London. You can track our progress live on Twitter throughout the day which’ll see Ash Cosplay, JohnPee and HCopley compete in Tekken, juggling, a quickfire trivia round, the classic Rock, Paper, Scissors and a final surprise round to win both a coveted ESI trophy and bragging rights.
We’ll be stopping at historic London sites such as Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and the Fnatic Bunkr for these challenges. We’ll also be finishing the day at Movember HQ and discussing the charity’s plans in the esports space, and moreover, how people can get involved and help to support it.
The wonderful lot over at Fortaura are also getting involved to produce a video of the day and this will be out in the next two weeks, so keep your eyes peeled on both the Fortaura Media and Esports Insider Youtube channels.
We’ve got swag from the likes of Fnatic, ULT and Movember themselves to give away and there are some fantastic prizes to be won, as can be seen below.
We’ll be showing off these fine lines of apparel throughout the day as we make our way around the great city of London. Don’t miss your chance at winning these bundles (we’ll have more from Movember than is pictured) and get involved using the hashtag #ESITour.
How to win:
- Keep an eye out on our Twitter @esportsinsider_ tomorrow as we’ll be doing giveaways throughout the day.
- Follow instructions on social media for your chance to win the above.
- Fill out the Google Form here to double your chances of winning.
- Please note: Participants must be based in Europe.
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