DONATE NOW: Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am 2022



It’s time for the 2022 Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am! The action starts at 9am PDT / 6pm CEST over on the Team Liquid Twitch Channel on July 30th. Don’t miss out!

We want to say a big thank you to everyone that has worked hard to make this event happen, including our players for participating and our broadcasters for putting on what is surely to be an amazing show. Most importantly, we would like to thank our sponsors Twitch, Blizzard, and Overwolf - the Developers of CurseForge. Without their generosity and support, this event would not have been possible.

But the most important part of the Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am is the amazing charitable causes that our teams are battling on behalf of. These 6 non-profit organizations are doing incredible work with a strong focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives - causes we are very passionate about, and we are so proud to be able to support them. Our sponsors have made it possible for us to provide a massive $25,000.00 prize pool, 100% of which will be donated to the 6 represented charities. The amount each charity will earn depends on how well their teams place in the tournament!

But we can do more! Below you will find information on each of the organizations, the teams representing them, and information on how to donate directly to support their missions. Join forces with your favourite World of Warcraft players to help support these causes by contributing a donation today!

*Note: all of the represented charities are 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organizations, and any donations made are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.



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Click HERE to donate to The AbleGamers Charity today!


The AbleGamers Charity strives to create opportunities to enable play in order to foster inclusive communities, combat social isolation, and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.

Founded in 2004, AbleGamers has helped over 3500 people with disabilities through peer counseling and assistance with hardware and software challenges. They have engineered 49 custom equipment solutions for people with disabilities, have trained 114 developers to make accessible games and accessible features in their games, and have connected 328 players with disabilities since 2018 to empower them and become a leading voice in the gaming community.

Your donation will help AbleGamers provide one-on-one peer support counseling for people with disabilities to find or create accessible avenues into gaming. Your donation will help fund game rooms in hospitals and assisted living facilities that are filled with cutting-edge assistive technology, consoles, PCs, and video games. You can help AbleGamers sponsor gamers with disabilities to compete in esports tournaments or attend conferences as ambassadors to the community.

The AbleGamers Charity is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by Runtime Terror, helmed by Nerf, Ellesmere, and Venruki.



Click HERE to donate to Equal Justice Initiative today!


The Equal Justice Initiative is a non-profit human rights organization committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.

Founded in 1989, EJI has led a continuous effort to change legislation, provide legal assistance, and contribute to public discourse and education. EJI provides legal representation to people who have been unfairly sentenced, illegally convicted, or abused in jails and prisons. By conducting and providing research and recommendations, EJI assists advocates and policymakers in the critically important work of Criminal Justice Reform. In 2018, EJI opened the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, both in Alabama, where staff members conduct educational tours and representations for thousands of students, teachers, faith leaders, professional associations, community groups, and international visitors each year.

EJI has earned a perfect score from Charity Navigator, and your donation is a critical contribution to their mission.

EJI is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by Cadre Compadres, featuring the returning trio of Towelliee, Imfiredup, and Shakib.



Click HERE to donate to Girls Who Code today!


Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does!

Founded in 2012, Girls Who Code has reached over 500 million people worldwide through online resources, campaigns, and advocacy work. Over 450,000 girls have taken part in summer immersion programs, clubs, and college lops. 50% of participants in Girls Who Code programs come from historically underrepresented groups. Girls Who Code proudly promotes its values of Bravery, Sisterhood, and Activism, to all participants.

Your donation will help Girls Who Code provide After-School Clubs for girls in grades 3 to 12 to explore coding and programming in a fun environment. Your donation will help build College Loops - a community of GWC alumni for networking opportunities and community building from within. You will also help fund Summer Immersion Programs for girls in grades 10 to 12 to get exposure to jobs in tech, and to learn the basics of coding and programming. Help close the gender gap in computer science, and provide girls with the tools they need to change the world!

Girls Who Code is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by EU Pugs, including Naguura, Sjele, and LeMiike.



Click HERE to donate to The Trevor Project today!


The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth.

The Trevor Project provides accredited crisis counseling and suicide prevention to any LGBTQ young person that needs support through the Trevor LifeLine, TrevorChat, and TrevorText, 3 different modes of communication (phone, IM, and text) that are available 24/7 to LGBTQ youth in need. The Trevor Project runs and moderates TrevorSpace, an international social media platform for LGBTQ youth, and does regular and important research on LGTBQ suicidology with regular evaluations and surveys to ensure the services they provide reduce the risk of suicide and help further the effort to understand mental health issues of LGBTQ youth.

The Trevor Project was founded in 1998, and in 2020 alone had a) served over 150,000 callers, texters and chatters that reached out for support, b) helped pass legislation in 4 states protecting LGBTQ youth from conversion therapy, c) helped over 90% of youth that reached out with de-escalation from suicidal ideation, and d) provided 200,000 young people with a safe, affirming online community space on TrevorSpace.

Your donation to The Trevor Project will help fund these incredible and life-saving services. It will also help pass local, state, and federal legislation to protect the rights of LGBTQ people. Your contribution will save lives.

The Trevor Project is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by The Stiefbruders, featuring Anniefuchsia, Naowh, and Gingi.



Click HERE to donate to Women In Games International today!


Women In Games International cultivates resources to advance economic equality and diversity in the global games industry.

When women weren't recognized for their contributions in the past, they were often omitted from history altogether. Since its inception in 2005, Women in Games International has been committed to investing their expertise and resources to highlight and celebrate women making an impact in the global games industry.

WIGI utilizes seasoned industry professionals to activate and empower a global community of women and allies. The WIGI Weekly newsletter is distributed to thousands of gaming professionals, promoting their mission, highlighting meaningful partnerships, and elevating job opportunities within the industry. By cultivating resources such as advanced knowledge sharing, access to technology, and actionable mentorship programs, Women in Games International works to normalize diversity in the games industry through increased representation.

Your donation to Women in Games International is instrumental in providing transformative networking experiences, educational programs, and access to continuing career growth opportunities in the global gaming market for all, with no exceptions. Your support is vital to providing these meaningful experiences in order to improve the overall inclusion and diversity in the video games industry.

Women In Games International is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by The Globetrotters, featuring event newcomers Cruella, Kalieyn, and Maystine.



Click HERE to donate to Doctors Without Borders today!


Doctors Without Borders provides independent, impartial medical humanitarian assistance to the people who need it most. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) cares for people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries based solely on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender, or political affiliation.

With over 45,000 staff members of 169 nationalities working in more than 70 countries around the world, Doctors Without Borders recognizes that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are inextricably linked to the success of their medical humanitarian mission. They are making changes across their organization to better reflect this incredible diversity and build one global workforce by challenging operational structures, creating more opportunities for locally hired staff, reevaluating compensation and benefits policies, and more.

Your donation to Doctors Without Borders allows them to mobilize quickly and efficiently to provide lifesaving medical care to the people who need it most, whether those needs are in the spotlight or not.

Doctors Without Borders is being represented in this year’s Pro-Am by Nickelbeak, featuring a full roster of Team Liquid players in Maximum, JPC, and Trill.