Call of Duty League team the Florida Mutineers has partnered with Haslam Sports Group’s Cleveland Browns and Columbus Crew SC to give fans who register or are already registered to vote a chance to play Call of Duty: Warzone with professional athletes and players from the involved teams. Starting on Oct. 26, at 8 p.m. EDT, Browns and Crew athletes will provide some the opportunity to share an evening of Call of Duty: Warzone.
To that end, members of the teams will jump into the event’s Discord server where they will join select fans at random in their Warzone lobby. The teams will also conduct a Q&A session for all participants that join, as well as offer an opportunity to win prizes.
“By engaging players and fans during this special event, Haslam Sports Group is excited to extend its non-partisan voting campaign efforts, along with the Florida Mutineers, to emphasize the importance of voting and to provide our community with important educational resources,” said Jenner Tekancic, VP Community Relations for the Haslam Sports Group. “We are all navigating unique circumstances this year, and it is more important than ever to continually raise awareness about the voter registration process and making a specific plan to submit a vote. Whether it is someone’s first time voting or if they are a seasoned voter, it is essential that everyone is fully prepared to get their ballot in on time for the 2020 election.”
The initiative has the teams hosting the session as part of their ongoing commitment to “promoting non-partisan voter registration, education and turn out in their local communities and throughout the nation as the 2020 election approaches.”
Starting today, registrants can head over to the Discord server designed to help support non-partisan voter education and prepare the community for Election Day with promotions, events with giveaways happening throughout October.