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- Esports lifestyle apparel brand H4X is the official apparel sponsor for the ‘Champions for Charity’ Livestream Fundraiser.
- Former NBA World Champion Rick Fox will lead the 24-hour stream.
- The Bahamas was hit by Hurricane Dorian doing $7B in damage to the islands.
The Bahamas Relief Foundation (BRF) announced that esports lifestyle apparel brand H4X has signed on to be the official apparel partner for the ‘Champions for Charity’ Livestream Fundraiser kicking-off today, Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 3:00 pm PST.
“We are pleased to align with H4X’s vision to deliver performance through clothing and appreciative of their contribution as a brand and its esports community to support BRF’s mission of [hashtag] CreatingHope for Bahamians,” said Rick Fox in a release.
Owned by Moniker, Inc, H4X was established in 2016, and began designing endemic performance wear and casual streetwear for esports athletes and fans.
H4X will create exclusive ‘Champions for Charity’ jerseys to be worn by BRF President Rick Fox and special guests during his 24-hour League of Legends livestream from the HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas. The H4X official jerseys for the event will help raise money for BRF’s efforts to repair damaged homes in the Bahamas.
On August 24, 2019, the Bahamas was hit by Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm, that did $7B in damage.
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