Call of Duty Tournament Raises Money for Cancer Research

By | 02/04/2019

Call of Duty Tournament New Feature

Plus: Nintendo’s E3 Site Goes Live, PlayStation Network will now Refund Pre-Orders, Marvel Vs. Capcom Added to Game Pass and DMC5 Bloody Palace Update Out Now…

Call of Duty Tournament has raised money for cancer research in honour of young fan, Nintendo opens E3 site and PlayStation Network changes refunds policy better for consumers. 



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  • Call of Duty Tournament Held to Raise Cancer Research Funds
  • Nintendo Opens Official E3 Site
  • PlayStation Refund Policy Now Allows Pre Order Refunds
  • Marvel Versus Capcom Added to Xbox Game Pass
  • Bloody Palace Available for Devil May Cry 5

Call of Duty Tournament Held to Raise Cancer Research Funds

A Call of Duty Tournament has raised an unspecified amount of money for a leading cancer research hospital.

Call of Duty Tournament New Feature

The gaming tournament which was held this weekend was played in honour of 9 year boy, Adrian Rodriguez, who was an avid Call of Duty fan.

Adrian had been playing games since he was a toddler and would always play Call of Duty with his friends online, even when he was going through the worst of his battle with cancer.

According to his older brother Alex, Adrian liked playing online when he was sick because nobody would be able to tell that he has cancer, therefore nobody would fee sorry for him and treat him any differently.

Adrian’s mother has commented that Adrian would have loved the idea of a Call of Duty tournament being held in his honour and raising money for a good cause.

All of the money raised is to be donated to Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters.  


Nintendo Opens Official E3 Site

Nintendo’s E3 site has gone live ahead of this year’s event in June.

Nintendo E3 The website states that official Nintendo tournaments will be held, as well as official game announcement and more E3 plans. Confirmed games included in the tournament are Super Smash Brothers and Splatoon 2.

Unfortunately, that’s all there is for now, but I would expect to see a a lot more information coming to the site over the next couple of months.

There is some speculation that Nintendo might reveal new version of the Nintendo Switch, but this is purely rumour and until something is officially mentioned by Nintendo, I would take this with a huge pinch of salt.

E3 could potentially be massive for Nintendo this year if they plan to take advantage of the full opportunity before them. That’s because both Sony and Electronic Arts will not be present for the world’s biggest gaming event this year, although they are holding their own events.

E3 is scheduled for Tuesday June 11th to Thursday June 13th.  


PlayStation Refund Policy Now Allows Pre Order Refunds

PlayStation Network Users are now able to cancel Pre-Orders and be refunded for the game.

PlayStation Network

Sony has recently updated their refund policy and has made some big changes that are more fair for the customer.

Pre ordered PlayStation 4 games can now be refunded via PlayStation Network even if the release date has passed. However, in order to qualify for the refund, the game must not have been streamed or downloaded and within a 14 day period.

These conditions now also apply to other Sony services such as PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now and Spotify Premium.

In other PlayStation Store news, Drive Club VR is set to be pulled from the PlayStation Store on August 31st this year.

The servers that run the VR version of the popular online racing game are set to be switched off in March 2020.

All refunds through PlayStation network will be deposited back into your PSN Wallet.  


Marvel Versus Capcom Added to Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass has added a great title to the increasingly impressive roster of games.

Marvel Vs. Capcom

Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite has been made available for download to subscribers of Microsoft’s game on demand service.

The popular fighting game allows players to play as their favourite characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and an array of popular Capcom games from the last 30 years. Characters include Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Megaman and Ryu from Street Fighter.

As well as an eclectic range of characters, the main campaign mode of the game features a rich story worthy of both worlds.

The game was well received by popular gaming news outlets with IGN rating 7.7 out of 10 and GameSpot a respectable 8 out of 10.

The game can be played cross play by both Xbox One and Windows 10 owners. Marvel Vs. Capcom Infinite is available for Game Pass holders now.  


Bloody Palace Available for Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5 has been updated to version 1.07 with the latest patch.

Devil May Cry 5

The patch has rolled out for all platforms of the game including PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. As well as addressing various bugs and fixes, the patch has added an already critically acclaimed new game mode called Bloody Palace. Bloody Palace is available after completing the main story and serves as a fun gameplay life extending feature.

The new game mode is a skills tester for all 3 playable characters across 101 levels and 20 bosses including some new bosses not in the main game.

Bloody Palace is available now for PS4, XBox One and PC.

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4 thoughts on “Call of Duty Tournament Raises Money for Cancer Research

  1. Melyssa Collins

    I find the story about Adrian, the boy who played video games and found a world where he would be treated equally very touching. I hope that the tournament went well, do you know how much was raised and donated to the Children’s Hospital?

    1. Michael Gore Post author

      Hi Melyssa, thanks for commenting.

      This is a great story and one that serves to highlight some of the good that media such as gaming can do, rather than focusing on the negative as usual.

      As of yet, the amount of money raised hasn’t been made available to the public.

      Have a great day,

  2. Robb

    Playing videos games for cancer research is brilliant. Very cool! Cheers

    1. Michael Gore Post author

      Hi Rob.

      It’s a great cause and I hope we see more of this.

      Thanks for commenting,


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