A Humanitarian move without doubt from the professional player Du “NuckleDu” Dang after he managed to raise the Championship Cup of DreamHack Montreal in the latest special fighting game Street Fighter V competition.
The player posted a picture of himself holding the tournament cup in a new tweet through his official account at the popular social networking site Twitter.
A thank-you letter was sent to all of his supporters during the tournament and clearly confirmed his decision to donate the full value of the prize he received for his victory to Hurricane Hurma (10 thousand dollars).
This year, there were several DreamHack Montreal 2017 events, all of which were part of a variety of games such as Street Fighter V and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, there were games for the Hearthstone Grand Prix, Smash Bros on Wii U, Melee, Starcraft II and The Capcom Pro Tour and others.
He was not alone in his bold move, but several other organizations and companies participated in a campaign to help those affected, including Bungie, who came to us with the new Destiny 2 shooting game, and worked with Direct Relief to support efforts to curb the hurricane.
Hurricane Irma swept the United States a few days ago and caused extensive damage across several states within the state, classifying the fifth or fifth class of high-risk for areas and human lives, the second major hurricane to hit the United States shortly after the first hurricane attack. It was named Hurricane Harvey and killed more than 30 people and caused many other material damage.
1st place at DreamHack Montreal! Donating all of my winnings towards hurricane Irma relief. Thank you for your support guys! pic.twitter.com/tNmBAwMEIE
— Du Dang (@NuckleDuDang) September 10, 2017