Move over Boobyball – here comes Booby Bowl!
What happens when top gamers come together to do good?
An epic way to support young women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Booby Bowl is an exciting new way for young people to get energized and create a positive change. Kicking off on January 25th and leading up to Super Bowl LIV , Booby Bowl brings together your favourite gamers including Nick Eh 30, STPeach, Lomadiah, Alliestrasza and missharvey all in the name of supporting and empowering young people worldwide who are impacted by breast cancer.
The funds raised from Booby Bowl will be used towards Rethink’s work to help those with metastatic breast cancer live better and live longer and will help increase available spots for the in-demand program Stretch, Heal, Grow, a healing yoga and wellness retreat that brings together young women with breast cancer through wellness, support and community.
Thank you to everyone who participated in Boobybowl 2020! Because of you, we were able to raise $32,066 to help young people affected by breast cancer!
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Nick Eh 30
NICK EH 30 is a Canadian-born professional gamer with over 8M followers, 3,000 wins and prior to his September 2019 move to Twitch, was YouTube’s top live-streamer. He maintains a family-friendly and positive community that humbly supports his frequent catch-phrase, ‘please and thank you!’ while encouraging followers to be kind and demonstrate sportsmanship. Since switching playforms, Nick Eh 30 became Twitch’s ‘fastest-growing streamer’ amassing 500K followers and proving his loyal audience would follow him anywhere. On Twitch, he’s prioritized competitive play, fun collaborations with fellow platform partners, and instructional material that helps his followers improve their play. Nick is also committed to giving back by hosting charity streams, raising money for St. Jude Children’s Hospital and promoting the benefits of a balanced play/life approach through fitness and mental toughness.
Nick has been featured in top publications including The Hollywood Reporter, VentureBeat and Vox Media’s TheVerge as a prominent authority on Fortnite, the gaming industry, and online video. Brands, such as Axe, Fruit of the Loom and EA sports, regularly partner with Nick to reach his engaged audience. As the “Good Guy of Gaming,” Nick is proving there’s space for positivity in eSports.
Lisa, better known to her fans as STPeach is a variety gamer, a Twitch streamer OG and a longstanding lifestyle content creator. Lisa has been growing her massive community on Twitch, IG and YouTube full time for over 5 years now, and is teetering on 1 million Twitch followers, 1.6 million IG followers and almost a quarter-million YouTube subscribers.
Hannah is a variety streamer who has been playing games on camera for almost a decade. She believes in a no-nonsense approach to toxic commentary, and fights tooth and nail for a safe and accepting place for her viewers. In 2019, she was named one of the most influential women in UK gaming and has recently been made an Ambassador for TwitchCon Amsterdam. She believes that gaming has immense power to do good in the world and, as a result, spends her time working with charitable causes to raise awareness.
Allie is a pro Hearthstone player for F2K esports and a top Twitch streamer who has risen up the ranks quickly since she began playing only 2 years ago. She recently reached the Semi-Finals at WESG and previously went to Quarter Finals at PAX East Invitational. Outside of Hearthstone, she plays Overwatch and PUBG with friends and is an avid fan of yoga and electronic music.
Allie is inspirational and brand safe, evangelizing the importance of woman’s representation in esports.
A five-time world champion in competitive Counter-Strike, and longtime female pro-gaming icon, Stephanie “missharvey” Harvey is now Counter-Logic Gaming’s Director of Esports Franchise Development and Outreach. Formerly a game designer for Ubisoft Montreal, Stephanie is heavily involved in esports; she is the brand ambassador for OMEN by HP Canada, a spokesperson for DreamHack Montreal and has her own webseries on RDS Jeux Vidéo. She is also currently working with the International Olympic Committee and dedicates much of her time raising awareness for healthy gaming habits, gender equality, and online toxicity. Her 16 years in esports and 7 years as a developer awarded her a Forbes 30 under 30 award, one of the BBC 100 women and the title of Canada’s Smartest Person Season 3 on CBC.