Players from all 31 NHL teams will play NHL 20 for charity.
The NHL Player Gaming Challenge will begin April 30 and take place over four weeks.
The expansion Seattle franchise, which is scheduled to begin play in the 2021-22 season, also will take part, with tight end Luke Willson of the Seattle Seahawks representing the group. Willson played hockey growing up in Canada.
The National Hockey League Foundation and Electronic Arts will join to donate $100,000 to the CDC Foundation’s COVID-19 relief efforts.
“Over the past several weeks, the NHL, its Clubs and player community have been very active with gaming initiatives in an effort to connect with fans while social distancing — such as charity tournaments, simulated games and nightly streams,” said Chris Golier, NHL vice president of business development and innovation.
“The NHL Player Gaming Challenge presented by Honda will take gaming to another level. We know how competitive our players are, and coupled with the…
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