Additional Talent Announced For Cov-Aid™ 10-Hour Streaming Charity Event on Giving Tuesday, May 5

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Event To Feature Lil Jon, Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski, Waka Flocka Flame, SiLLY, SoaR Gaming, Donovan Carter, Slim Jxmmi, Michele Morrow, DJ Babey Drew, Harrison Bader, DJ Infamous, Lea Salonga, Sam Seum, Ghost Gaming

All Proceeds Support Americares and Boys & Girls Clubs of America Initiatives Related to Covid-19 Relief

Partners Include United in Gaming, Skillshot Media, Uspech Marketing, Film Quality Services, Subnation, Visual Weaponry, Softgiving, KontrolFreek, Mojichat and Lunchbox.gg

ATLANTA - Marylandian -- Additional talent has been announced for the upcoming COV-AID™ event, a massive, multi-platform, one-day online charity event on Giving Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at 1pm EDT. The event will feature more than 10 hours of contenWell, t showcasing popular gamers, athletes, artists and other personalities streamed across top social game-streaming platforms including Twitch, YouTube, Mixer, Twitter and Facebook. All proceeds will be donated to Americares and Boys & Girls Clubs of America to help the fight against COVID-19, and to support front-line medical professionals, first responders, and families most directly affected by COVID-19.

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The event will feature a mix of interactive, live-streamed competitions and performances, plus pre-recorded content from entertainers, athletes, and other personalities. Talent will include Grammy Award-winning artist Lil Jon; Super Bowl champion Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski; Rapper Waka Flocka Flame; Call of Duty champion SiLLY; esports organization SoaR Gaming; actor Donavan Carter (HBO "Ballers"); Rapper Slim Jxmmi; television presenter, actress, writer, video game journalist and producer Michele Morrow; Grammy Award-winning producer DJ Babey Drew; MLB players including former St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Harrison Bader; Grammy Award-winning record producer DJ Infamous; Tony Award-winning actress and singer Lea Salonga; streamer Sam Seum; and esports organization Ghost Gaming. Additional talent will be announced

COV-AID was created, and is being produced, by a consortium of media and technology firms with close ties to the gaming and esports community, including: United in Gaming, Skillshot Media, Uspech Marketing, Film Quality Services, Subnation, Visual Weaponry, Softgiving, KontrolFreek, Mojichat and Lunchbox.gg

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For more information, or to make a donation, please visit cov-aid.org.

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Melissa A.E. Sanders, Tadpole Communications
melissa@tadpolecomm.net (/email-contact.htm#12820601)


Source: United in Gaming
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