Eight Popular Streams Will Team Up With Veterans In The First Ever Call Of Duty Endowment Bowl

Eight Popular Streams Will Team Up With Veterans In The First Ever Call Of Duty Endowment Bowl
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U.S. Army veterans will play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, alongside popular gaming streamers in the Call of Duty Endowment (CODE) Bowl. This is the first-ever CODE Bowl esports event put on, and it should be a source of great entertainment for an even greater cause.

The charitable event is a joint endeavor by the Call of Duty Endowment and U.S. Army Esports.

Eight well-known game streamers will each captain a team. Every team will feature one captain and two U.S. Army members that are also a part of U.S. Army Esports.

The high-profile streamers who will be leading a team in the Call of Duty Endowment Bowl are:
• Guy “Dr DisRespect” Beahm
• Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek
• Tom “Syndicate” Cassell
• Jack “CouRage” Dunlop
• David “StoneMountain64” Steinberg
• Timothy “TimTheTatman” Betar
• Jaryd “Summit1G” Lazar
• Brett “Dakotaz” Hoffman

These streamers are asking their fans to donate to their CODE campaign, and the gamer who receives the most donations will win first place and be awarded the championship trophy.

If gamers are interested in watching this event, they can check it out on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel on December 13th at 10 a.m. PST.

The CODE is an organization that has been around since 2009 and is responsible for finding thousands of veterans well-paying jobs, with the goal of reaching 100,000 veterans helped by 2024. This event will hopefully bring a lot of publicity to the organization and its social objectives in the United States.

Dan Goldenberg, the Executive Director of the CODE and a former Naval Flight Officer, is incredibly proud with the Call of Duty Endowment Bowl, as well as the collaboration with U.S. Army Esports.

“The Code Bowl is an exciting new way for the Call of Duty community to engage with world-class streamers and gain awareness about the value of military service. We couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with U.S. Army Esports in this endeavor.”

Call of Duty gamers can do more than just donating to the CODE streamers if they want to get involved. The official CODE website has a lot of avenues for gamers to give and offers incentives for doing so, including in-game items and merchandise.

The Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack can be purchased for PS4, Xbox, and PC, and features a bunch of in-game items like “The Defender” weapon variant and a watch.

Activision-Blizzard, the parent organization in charge of the Call of Duty franchise, has donated over $25 million to the CODE and continues to be a massive supporter of the U.S. Military.