Just imagine the following: The biggest artists from the biggest labels, collectives, and more. Playing a PVP on the latest and most popular Call of Duty: Warzone. Raising big bucks for the Boys and Girls Club of America. Helping secure a brighter future for our children. All over Twitch, of course.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the dance music world has seen some pretty incredible charitable fundraisers come together and provide relief when artists and industry professionals have needed it the most. Fortunately, our friends at The EDM Network, Deadbeats, Mad Decent, Never Say Die, Dim Mak, and so many more have teamed with COV-AID and Boys and Girls Club of America to provide a unique experience from our favorite music industry professionals. With artists like Zeds Dead, Jauz, and Ganja White Night, and Oliver Heldens all playing for their labels, along with Wooli for Buygore, Surf Mesa for Astralwerks, and more,
“We’ve managed to get 90 of the largest electronic artists, professional gamers, content creators and industry insiders and 3 of the largest gaming companies to come together to raise money for the Boys & Girls Club of America,” say the organizors of the online tournament.
For those not familiar with the competitive world of E-Sports, it’s kind of a big deal, with worldwide revenues projected to top $1 billion in 2020, according to Venture Beat. By combing the global profitability of E-Sports with some of the world’s top EDM artists and curators, we’re left with a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see everyone’s favorite artists go head-to-head for a good cause.