Relevent Sports Group has partnered with LaLiga and LeBron James’ Media Continuous Media Company to host soccer competitions only for players with athletes from various sports.
16 professional athletes from the National Basketball Association, National Football League, LaLiga and National Football Football League will take part in the Kick Covid Fifa 20 tournament.
Contributors confirmed were: Chad Johnson (Cincinnati Bengals), DeAndre Hopkins (Arizona Cardinals), Damarios Randall (Las Vegas Reads), Willie Hernangomes (Charlotte Hornets), Clint Capella (Atlanta Hawks), John Collins, John Collins, John Collins (John Collins) USWNT, OL Reign), Lisa Zimouche (Lisa Freestyle, football freestyler, former PSG Academy), vlvaro Morata (Atlético Madrid), Borja Iglesias (Betis Original), Munir Hadaddi (Sevilla FC), Jose Luis Luis Gayà (CF Valencia), Pau Torres (CF Villarreal), Alan Niom (CF Getafe), Alexander Isaac (Real Sociedad) and Fernando Morientes (former Real Madrid legend).
This tournament is a collaborative effort between North American Laiga, Continuity and the Women’s International Champions Cup. Relevent Sports manages the International Champions Cup men’s and women’s tournament and, together with LaLiga, manages LaLiga North America.
It will run from April 25th to April 26th and will raise funds for charities feeding America against the background of the global pandemic Covid-19. Eight teams with two athletes, consisting of LaLiga players with NFL, NBA or NWSL players, will take part in the KO race. Each team plays two 12-minute matches, with a total score determining the winner.
The tournament will be available on Twitch channels and LaLiga social media platforms, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter sustainable platforms, ICC social channels and more than 30 LaLiga channels worldwide, including beIN Sports in the United States. The stations include Jimmy Conrad, Melissa Ortiz, and Phil Schoen.
Daniel Silman, CEO of Relevent Sports, said: “This partnership between Continuous, LaLiga North America and the International Women’s Championship Cup allows us to further promote international football while raising money for such important and important goals. We are building a global WICC platform and advancing the game to bring top clubs and players from Europe closer to North American fans. “”
Maverick Carter, CEO of Uninterrupted, added: “As we live we have shown how connected we are and our love for sports beyond the league, team and country. This tournament is a unique opportunity for the NBA – and NFL athletes with whom we work very closely to connect with players and fans all over the world while performing well here at home and seeing the biggest names in Spanish for our viewers of Football in a completely new way. “
“LaLiga has always been a driver of positive change. With this initiative, we want to bring together the best athletes from around the world, compete, inspire and help in times of difficulty and uncertainties that have never happened before,” said Boris, LaLiga North America CEO Gartner. “We all share a desire to tell stories through sports, and we couldn’t be more excited to connect with existing and new fans in North America.”
The 2020 2020 International Cup men’s tournament was canceled earlier this month by Relevent Sports due to a heart crisis.
A number of other sports properties have also launched important events with athletes from their respective sports, professional players or celebrities to fill the gaps in the racing industry through the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic.