CHICAGO, FEBRUARY 13th, 2020 – H4X (pronounced Hacks), the most endemic gaming brand is pleased to announce its support of the Bahamas Relief Foundation’s Champions For Charity live stream fundraiser at the NBA Crossover this weekend.
The Bahamas Relief Foundation (BRF) President, three-time NBA Champion, entertainer, businessman and gaming enthusiast, Rick Fox, will host the live stream during the NBA All-Star weekend to boost those suffering in the Bahamas following the recent Hurricane Dorian.
Mr Fox will be streaming on his channel, www.twitch.tv/rickfox from February 14th to the 16th at the NBA Crossover Event, being held at Navy Pier in Chicago. This year’s event focuses on the cultural impact the NBA and basketball has had on music, fashion, and art.
Back in December 2019, H4X supported Fox’s 24-hour event, which raised over $63,000 in donations. The event showcased the likes of Faker (top professional League of Legends player for T1 Gaming) and Tyler1, (a popular personality & streamer on Twitch) and other gaming stars.
Bahamian, Rick Fox, the three-time NBA champion has been raising funds and supplies for the island nation following the worst cataclysmic event in the country’s history.
H4X Chairman, Jon Wayne Gurman, has spent much of his youth in the Bahamas. Through the Gurman families long-time second home in the Bahamas and their Canadian roots, the connection between the two entities was natural.
“It’s an honor and a privilege to be able to give back and support the Bahamas in their time of need” said Gurman. “What better way to do so through the amazing gaming and NBA community”.
H4X will create exclusive “Champions for Charity” campaign jerseys to be worn by Fox and special guests with profits from sales going to the foundation.
Fox said “We are thankful to have the opportunity to partner again with H4X for this charity event. Their vision as an aspirational lifestyle brand for both leisurely and competitive video game players encapsulates achievement in endless possibilities. That notion resonates with me personally as well as the BRF and its mission”.
As one of the youngest CEOs in the esports industry, Cole Gurman brings a financial background and “millennial mindset” to the H4X apparel brand, with an emphasis on improving player performance.
H4X was founded in 2016 and is already considered among the world’s leading esport high performance athletic apparel companies. The company creates performance-centric designs rooted in the DNA of gaming culture fused with authentic lifestyle aesthetics.
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