Win a chance to game with Wiz Khalifa on his first charity stream this weekend

Wiz Khalifa will stream this Saturday with Pittsburgh Knights to raise money for Rise Above The Disorder, and you could join his squad.

Wiz Khalifa will be making his game streaming debut this weekend as he helps the Pittsburgh Knights raise money for a mental health charity, and you can be in with a chance of joining the team if you donate now.

The Wiz and Friends Charity Livestream will kick off on Saturday, July 11, at noon PST featuring Wiz himself and a rotating cast of Twitch streamers from the Pittsburgh Knights esports teams. Twitch streamer Austin (AKA RajjPatel) will be helping him out with some Warzone drops before appearances from Wiz's artist collective Taylor Gaming throughout the day, including Ty Dolla $ign, and a potential appearance from the doggfather himself, Snoop.

The stream is raising money for Rise Above The Disorder, a RAD non-profit that helps people out with mental health treatment costs. It's one of a number of mental health resources specific to gamers and especially important amid current economic events.

“In light of this extraordinary time when the Covid-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests have swept across the U.S. (and the world), we believe it is an especially important time to support those who are suffering and in need of mental health care,” said Pittsburgh Knights president James O’Connor. “This charity live stream is a direct way to help those who do not have easy access to the care they need and deserve.”

To be in with a chance of joining the game and helping Wiz and friends earn a dub or two on stream, all you have to do is head over to the fundraising page for the stream and make your donation before the action begins tomorrow. Two generous randoms will be chosen to hop into the party and make the hip-hop legend's debut charity stream a success.

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