Today, Misfits Gaming Group (MGG), a global e-sports and entertainment company, has announced a partnership with Baptist Health Foundation to host the Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute Charity Stream-a-Thon during September in order to bring attention to national childhood cancer awareness month.
The Stream-a-Thon will include notable content creators who feel passionate about the cause including Avast, Shaya, Sushibae, Sueptime, PackaPuncher and Happypower. Each participating creator will be directing donations from their fans to Baptist Health Foundation in support of Miami Cancer Institute via a Softgiving link on each creator’s stream. The event will run throughout September beginning September 17th until September 30th.
“We’re proud to partner with Baptist Health for this impactful Stream-a-Thon,” said Ben Spoont, Founder & CEO, Misfits Gaming Group. “Misfits is committed to providing a safe and healthy space for everyone and we’re proud to be able to participate alongside our content creators to help raise money for an important cause.”
“Baptist Health Foundation is proud to partner with Misfits Gaming Group and their top influencers to create the inaugural Miami Cancer Institute Charity Stream-a-thon, an initiative aimed to raise funds to take us one step closer in achieving a world without cancer,” said Alex Villoch, CEO of Baptist Health Foundation. “We are proud to be the Official Healthcare Partner of Misfits Gaming Group and look forward to doing our part in improving health and wellness awareness in the e-sports industry.”
Misfits Gaming Group is on a mission to partner with top creators from the gaming and streaming community and work with them to build projects they’re passionate about, while making the community a better place. For more information, please visit https://misfitsgaming.gg/.