Panic! at the Disco‘s Brendon Urie will be hopping on a charity Twitch stream Friday in partnership with State Farm to benefit the Highest Hopes Foundation, which aims to lead, develop and advocate support for human rights.
“After kicking things off at TwitchCon with the legend DrLupo, I’m excited to host a special charity stream for the Highest Hopes Foundation with support from my friends at State Farm,” Urie said in a statement. “The gaming community can be a powerful force for so much good – let’s make a difference together!”
TUNE IN https://t.co/JztKKiMWvf tomorrow at 2p ET – we’re raising money for @HighestHopes and giving away prizes from P!ATD and friends at @Oculus, @HyperX, @BeatSaber, @CallofDuty, @TheGameAwards and more SURPRISES! pic.twitter.com/s545lpJDCG
— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) November 14, 2019
The stream will feature special guests and giveaways from Panic! At The Disco and friends at Oculus, HyperX, Beat Saber, Call Of Duty, The Game Awards, and more surprises.
Streamers who donate $10 will get a prize raffle entry, and $25 donations will receive a gift. Some bigger goals include Brendon playing Fortnite without a weapon if the $10,000 goal is reached and the ultimate $100,000 goal will lead to the snare from “Death of a Bachelor” getting added to the raffle.
The stream goes live at Twitch.tv/BrendonUrie on Nov. 15 beginning at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST.