Play Games, Heal Kids During the Ultimate Online Esports Tournament Benefiting Phoenix Children’s

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Calling all gamers 13 years of age and older! Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Axis Replay will join forces to host the ultimate online esports tournament. The streaming event will feature tournaments in four top esports titles – Madden NFL21, Valorant, Fortnite and League of Legends. Qualifying tournaments for the final online event take place Nov. 21-29.


Gamers who reach the finals will have the opportunity to win cash and other amazing prizes and be featured during the streaming event on December 1. The livestream will feature nationally known host, Thom “F,” and Madden NFL casters Larry Ridley and Brandon Bell, all coming together to #PlayGamesHealKids.


Extra Life Phoenix is made possible thanks to the following partners: Extra Life, Children’s Miracle Network, Axis Replay, and Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.


Registration is now open and expected to fill up fast. Registration is open to ages 13 and older. Ages 13-17 require parental permission. Adults are welcomed.

WHO:             Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and Axis Replay

WHAT:          An esports tournament to benefit the health, hope and healing at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, including celebrity streamer appearances and action-packed gaming fun.  


WHEN:          Tournament Qualifiers: Nov. 21-29

Tournament Finals: Dec. 1


WHERE:       Register at


COST:            $0 – $5 registration cost depending on game

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