Xbox partners with Special Olympics

Xbox will partner with the Special Olympics later this November to host esports tournaments that include both in-person and virtual events. And it will be streamed on the official Xbox Twitch channel for people to watch.

Thanks to an Xbox blog post, we know that the tournament will begin on November 11th with Rocket League, where Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners will compete virtually for the opportunity to compete in person with NFL athletes and WWE Wrestlers to perform as part of a live streaming event to be held on November 18, 2023 in Los Angeles.

This isn’t the first time Xbox has partnered with the Special Olympics. In the past, athletes were invited to shoutcaster training at the Microsoft Experience Center, where they could develop “e-sports commentary skills.”

In addition to the partnership with Special Olympics, Xbox players can donate to various “organizations that support people in the gaming and disability communities” through Microsoft Rewards. Below are all the organizations you can donate to:

For more Xbox-related news, check out our story on everything you need to know about the Xbox credit card and our story on the best Xbox Game Pass games for September 2023.

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Chrissy Callahan

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