Mortal Kombat pro players and various names associated with the franchise are set to compete in charity tournament Kombat For A Kause.
The tournament is raising money for the United Nations Foundation and specifically their efforts in assisting those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
So want to help save lives through incomprehensible violence? Here’s what you need to know about Kombat For A Kause.
When is Kombat For A Kause?
The 16-player tournament takes place from 20-26th April across Facebook Gaming, with all contributions benefitting the United Nations Foundation.
Kombat for a Kause is a charity Mortal Kombat tourney (Picture: NetherRealm)
Who is taking part in the tournament?
A mix of pro players and celebrity faces are taking part in the tournament in various capacities, including Sonya Blade’s voice actor and MMA star Ronda Rousey.
Dimitri “Vegas” Thivaios, who received a special Sub-Zero skin in Mortal Kombat 11, is also set to take part, alongside Jay and Silent Bob star Jason Mewes. More special guests are promised too.
You can check out the starting bracket below for the tournament.
Kombat For A Cause bracket (Picture: NetherRealm)
- Ryan “Dragon” Walker - US
- Joey “KingGambler” Cortez - US
- Infinitii - US
- BeyondToxin - US
- Brad “Scar” Vaughn - US
- Tim “Honeybee” Commandeur - Canada
- Julien “Deoxys” Gorena - US
- Matthew “Biohazard” Commandeur - Canada
- Nicholas “NickyVengenz” Iovenne - US
- Baeleena Khan
- MFSlayer - US
- Denom “A F0xy Grampa” Jones - UK
- Alexandre “Hayatei” Dube-Bilodeau - Canada
- Jordan “VideoGamezYo” James - UK
- Tyrese “DizzyTT” Carl - UK
What is the schedule?
The tournament kicks off Monday 20th April at 11am PT/7pm GMT, with each subsequent stream kicking off daily at the same time across the week.
The finals take place Sunday 26th April. We’ll update this page with timings if they change.
Where can I watch Kombat For A Kause?
Kombat For A Kause is being streamed exclusively across Facebook Gaming. You can check out the stream here.