The AFL Gamers Network are putting on a charity Fortnite event featuring some famous faces from the worlds of both gaming and sports.
An organisation recently founded to help both Australian football stars and fans have some fun during lockdown, the AFL Gamers Network are now turning their attention to Fortnite.
Duos consisting of one streamer and one athlete will jump out of the Battle Bus in the hopes of securing a chunk of the $ 100,000 charity prize pool.
Join @Muselk and 39 other ANZ creators and pros as they join forces with the @AFL for AFL #StreamKing featuring Fortnite, a $ 100,000 charity tournament!
Live 22 May at 7PM AEST! pic.twitter.com/DW68d21KpM
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) May 15, 2020
The event kicks off at 7PM AEST on May 22, and some big names have already been announced. Luminosity Gaming star Harley “Mrfreshasain” Campbell has won back to back Fortnite celebrity Pro AMs and will be looking to continue the streak alongside Mitch Robinson of the Brisbane Lions.
Australian fan favorites Elliott “Muselk” Watkins and Kathleen “Loserfruit” Belsten are also on the line up, so you won’t want to miss it. And, as if that wasn’t enough to wet your appetite, the action will be hosted by the incredibly talented “AussieAntics”.