Want to see the line up for this year’s Score Against Cancer Event? Look no further, this page will be updated with every new addition to the event lineup!
Every member of the lineup is handpicked by our team and it is our pleasure to present them to you:
Founder of Score Against Cancer, Shogun is equally passionate about charity and gaming and combines the two to bring together some of the best content creators together for an honourable cause. He was on the receiving end of that David Fish moment last time round, but was able to team up with Toby Lee to claim victory in the closing co-op game.
A member of the inaugural Score Against Cancer lineup, David was always keen to take part again, and we were equally keen to get him involved again! David narrowly missed out on glory, losing in the tournament final to Pirate, but delivered some of the most memorable moments over the course of the night.
A core member of the PES community and all round great guy, Bibby was an integral part of the first ever Score Against Cancer event and he’s back for more!
A well known name in the eSports community, Pirate is back for another year!
“I am taking part in Score Against Cancer because Cancer is something that has affected myself and my family and when Ash spoke first about this I knew I wanted to be involved straight away.”
Fast rising through the ranks of eSports and content creation, The Wezzatron is joining Score Against Cancer!
” I can’t think of a better way for me to do my uncle justice than to put my skills and platform to help a cause which has now become so close to my heart.”
The Scottish Streamer is crossing the border to join us this year!
“I lost one of my best friends to cancer, so if we can do our bit to help beat it, then I’ll be so proud of everyone involved.”
The trickster from the North is a local lad and looking to defend his honour on home turf!
“In 2015 my mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer and it was this news that hit me so hard. It’s events like Score Against Cancer that raise critical awareness and funds for a disease that can be so savage but if intervened early, can save lives.”