The two popular 100 Thieves streamers are currently doing a five hour stream to raise money for the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.
No matter how popular you are, there will never not be a time to give back to those who need it. Popular Twitch streamers "BrookeAB" and "fuslie" are putting their time into raising money for charity to kick off the "2022 Travelers Championship", a large golf tournament.
Here is everything you need to know about the event.
BrookeAB and fuslie are aiming their sites high while raising money for charity
The two popular "100 Thieves" streamers have gone live on June 21, 2022, at 3pm EST for a five-hour stream, raising money for the "Hole in the Wall Gang Camp".
This charity stream directly correlates with the 2022 Travelers Championship. This is a large golf tournament from June 20th to 26th in Connecticut, USA.
The dynamic duo, BrookeAB and fuslie, kicked off their charity stream today playing the popular game PGA Tour 2k21. The two ladies showed off their golf skills alongside their gaming skills while promoting positivity and discretion during the two hours they played the game.
Directly after playing PGA Tour 2k21, the two made their switch over to the popular Battle Royale, Fortnite. Although the two streamers do not play Fortnite regularly, their history and growth heavily sat alongside Fortnite back in the day.
"Raise a little hell" with the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
With the mission of the "2022 Travelers Championship" being raising money for community charities, this year they chose to put their money towards the "Hole in the Wall Gang Camp".
Hole in the Wall is a camp that gives children with any serious illness a chance to have fun. The kids are able to enjoy exciting camp activities with their community.
The non for profit allows families to let their children laugh and enjoy a "different kind of healing". The camp comes free of charge for the families.
If interested in reading more about the camp's mission, click here.