In a Call of Duty competition, the US Space Force beat British forces and other American soldiers.
In the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War competition for charity, eight military teams from the UK and the US went head to head.
The final saw the winning team crowned by the Space Force after beating the Royal Air Force and other troops.
The Royal Navy and the British Army both participated last Friday in the Call of Duty Endowment (CODE) Bowl to raise cash for charities for veterans.
According to sources, each team was made up of four active duty service members and was coached by Call of Duty League professionals.
Pro streamers, like Huskers, Business Insider reports, captained each team.
One of the Space Force team members said It’s totally insane.”
“We definitely had some tough competition.”
The British Army, led by the US Army and the Royal Navy, was in third place.
Also involved were the US Marine Corps, the US Navy and the US Air Force.
Last year the US Space Force was created.
CODE Executive Director Dan Goldenberg said, “Space Force isn’t even a year old, so this might have been their very first victory over any of the other providers in something competitive.”
“So it’s a heck of a great way to get their history started.”
“He said earlier: “We are pleased to see the military of the United States and the United Kingdom come together to participate in the CODE Cup.
“This is the first time that all military branches have come together with eSports teams for a spirited competition that also raises awareness of veteran jobs, and we couldn’t be more excited.”
The proceeds will go to helping veterans find jobs.
Activision Blizzard was introduced by CODE, a non-profit organisation.