Post Malone’s gaming efforts have officially been a success. Republic Records reported Thursday (August 4) that the rapper’s “Gaming for Love” charity streaming event on Twitch has grossed approximately $196,066.
The “Copped Up” rapper amassed revenue by donating $40,000 of his own fund from a charity stream on Twitch, raising more than $200,000 in total.
The rapper participated in a total of four different streams Apex Legends On the stage; The proceeds from each stream went to a different charity. Human Rights Watch, Project Hope, United Way and The Trevor Project were the charities selected to benefit from each charity stream. The stream benefiting The Trevor Project included a 60-person tournament on a private server that raised $76,026.33 in a single evening. Respawn Entertainment — Producer Apex Legends – Each contributed $10,000 for the four streams, for a total of $40,000. Esports brand OpTic also donated $10,000.
Malone doesn’t plan to stop his charitable efforts with Twitch streams, either: All streams are available to watch in full through the rapper’s gaming account, “Gaming for Love.” Each video is available to watch for fans who missed the stream, and the video has a donate button attached to each video.
The 27-year-old has been vocal about his love of gaming in the past. During its appearance in May hot onesHe reveals that he is unable to turn on the music while Alden rings because it makes him uneasy.
“I turn off the music completely [in Elden Ring] Because it’s crazy. It’s literally like a choir – not angels, [but] Of demons. And they’re like, ‘We’re going to f—you up.’ There is no way for you to live,” Malone explained. “After a fight, I’m shivering like this, so I have to walk outside and smoke and I’m like, ‘I have to decompress.
Watch Malone’s most recent Twitch stream below.
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