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Ceb sets "making team and playing next DPC" as donation goal on charity stream

OG's co-owner and retired player Sebastien "Ceb" Debs is participating in Zevent, a charity streaming marathon. He's set various donation goal promises. Among the typical activities with fans, there is a "creation of a Dota stack to participate in DPC 2022/2023."

It will cost the fans $100,000, four times more than "trying League of Legends on stream." This is supposedly a huge sacrifice for the French veteran, more costly than organizing a meeting with fans in Paris for $15,000.

Source: Ceb's Twitter.

At the moment of publication, Sebastien has already started his stream. So far, he gathered only slightly above 1,000 euros. The raised money will be transferred to organizations focused on environmental purposes.

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