Players from all three services are raising vital funds for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, RAFBF, and ABF while competing in COD, Rocket League, and F1 22.
Get involved and donate via Givepenny: https://givepenny.com/WGDEGaming
Running order and how to get involved:
7th February – Rocket League hosted by Royal Navy
On Tuesday, the Royal Navy Twitch channel will be streaming some ‘car ball,’ aka Rocket League. It’s harder than it looks, and always fun to watch.
Catch it here: www.twitch.tv/royalnavyesports
8th February – F1 22 Hosted by British Army
On Wednesday, the British Army’s Twitch channel will feature some of their top eSport athletes competing in F1 22. Who will drive off with a win? Root for your faves or sit back and enjoy the ride.
Catch it here: www.twitch.tv/britisharmyesports
9th February – Call of Duty Hosted by RAF
On Thursday, the events kick off with the always popular Call of Duty. COD games between military eSports teams will be streamed live through the official RAF Twitch channel.
Catch it here: www.twitch.tv/rafesports
Gaming for a Good Cause
ESports are getting more and more popular among service people, service leavers, and veterans- especially among those from the military seeking tech careers. Having the gaming community onboard with this new initiative allows military charities to share the important work they do and reach out to those who may not be aware of them.
For those not in the know: The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. It aims to improve wellbeing, resilience, and good mental health for sailors, marines and their families for life. Like TechVets, the RNRMC believes that both those who have served and those who are serving truly deserve strong communities of social support and camaraderie.
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