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Com2uS brings baseball stars and videogames together for ALS charity

Com2uS’ charity stream recently aired with former MLB stars to raise awareness and money for ALS research via an OOTP Baseball 24 showdown.

Com2uS charity stream header showing a bunch of baseball cards littered over a yellow background. They have pictures and names of players all kitted up sometimes mid action like swinging a bat or throwing a ball.

Com2uS, the South Korean developer and publisher behind Summoners War and The Walking Dead: All-Stars, recently hosted a stream in support of ALS and ALS research. Two former MLB stars took to the field in baseball game Out of the Park Baseball 24 for a Com2uS charity stream.

In a special episode of the baseball podcast Foul Territory,  Scott Braun, Todd Frazier, and A.J. Pierzynski went up against each other in OOTP Baseball 24. Frazier managed the 2012 Cincinnati Reds, while Pierzynski took the reins of the 2005 Chicago White Sox to see which team would take the win. All this fun was for a good cause, too.

The charity drive has already raised just under $4,000 at the time of writing, but with a goal of $15,000, any donation can help. If you’re interested in supporting the cause, head to The ALS Association page for the event, and you can be in with a chance of winning various baseball memorabilia, including an Aaron Judge-signed baseball.

Check out the episode of Foul Territory below, or head to the donation page to support this great cause.

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For more beyond Com2uS’ charity stream, check out our guide to the best cricket games, football games, and rugby games for something from across the pond.