We always love a good cause, and what better than to help our returning military in finding jobs? There’s already plenty you can do (and keep your eyes peeled for the inevitable C.O.D.E. pack I’d assume will be available day one in Modern Warfare II), but the minds over at the Endowment are going a step further with a tournament to raise even more to help those in need. Bookmark it via the intel below, and please share to get as much visibility on this organization as possible.
Announcing C.O.D.E. Bowl 2022, Presented by USAA
Announced at Call of Duty: Next, C.O.D.E. Bowl III returns on December 16, 2022! Watch as U.S. and U.K. military esports teams are matched with top Call of Duty streamers in a fierce competition to bring home the trophy and bragging rights for the winning team’s military branch of service.
Presented by USAA, this year’s C.O.D.E. Bowl will be bigger and better than ever, celebrating the Endowment’s milestone of placing more than 100,000 veterans into high-quality jobs. View the livestream on the Call of Duty YouTube and Twitch channels starting December 16.
The winning team will secure the C.O.D.E. Bowl Trophy and bragging rights, and 100 percent of the net proceeds from the tournament will go toward placing more veterans into high-quality jobs.
About the Call of Duty Endowment
The Call of Duty Endowment identifies and funds the most efficient and effective organizations that get unemployed and underemployed veterans back to work. Beyond funding, the Endowment partners with grantees to provide an array of advice and support aimed at maximizing impact.
Since the nonprofit’s inception in 2009, the Endowment has risen to become one of the largest philanthropic funders of veteran employment.In total, the Endowment’s efforts have achieved an estimated $5.6 billion in economic value for U.S. and U.K. veterans. To date, Activision Blizzard has donated more than $40 million to the organization. Visit www.callofdutyendowment.org for further details, including more ways to help the cause.
In compliance with federal rules, all participating U.S. military esports teams will not be endorsing or participating in any fundraising activities associated with any organization, including the Call of Duty Endowment.
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