PGA Tour 2K21 will host a special livestream tournament later today to support the medical efforts of St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
2K Games held a special PGA Tour 2K21 Live stream event today to benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, which attracts gamers from across the internet to help out sick children. St. Jude’s was founded in 1962 and provides free treatment and support to children and families suffering from life-threatening diseases such as leukemia and other cancers. As a result, many actors and corporations support St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in its efforts to help those who need it most, including players in the gaming community.
Earlier this week, the well-known NFL player from 2K Sports and Madden and Youtuber GoodGameBro posted a post on Facebook announcing that he will be participating in the PGA Tour 2K21 “Golf Fore Good” charity tournament, which has raised funds for St. Jude Children’s Hospital’s efforts to support efforts. The event was broadcast live today at 12 p.m. Eastern Time and ran until 4 p.m. Streamers like TheHollywoodBud, Darkness429 and ThePoolshark competed in 2v2 Alternative Shot and Divot Derby matches in the PGA Tour 2K21.
St. Jude Children’s Hospital is a wonderful organization to support considering how much it helps children and families in their darkest hours who are risking their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. So it is heartwarming to see how many people come together to help those in need, as was the case today PGA Tour 2K21 Golf Fore Good charity tournament livestream.
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