69.2 F
New York
Sunday, September 27, 2020

-

Home News Geeks Gaming for Good: What you need to know for GeekWire’s first-ever...

Geeks Gaming for Good: What you need to know for GeekWire’s first-ever Rocket League tournament

Document Analysis NLP IA

307
WORDS

WORDS
1:32
Reading Time

Reading Time
positive
sentiment

Sentiment0.24642857142857
subjective
redaction

Subjectivity0.57857142857143
it's an affirmation
Affirmation0.56159420289855

Highlights

RELEVANT
FREQ, RAKE or TFIDF
Entity
ORG
Entity
PERSON
Entity
PRODUCT
Entity
OTHER
Key Concepts (and relevance score)

Summary (IA Generated)

We’re just hours away until the kick off of Geeks Gaming for Good, an action-packed Rocket League tournament in which Seattle area companies will compete for glory, prizes and — most importantly — a prize pool that will support non-profits that are helping our region’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s everything you need to know to engage with this fun community event, presented by title sponsor Avalara in partnership with our coordinating partner Virtual Sports.

Yes, absolutely.

You can also interact with friends and colleagues via AltSpaceVR, engaging in a virtual meetup of fans as you watch the tournament.

Teams include Seattle area tech companies: Hiya, Chef, Avalara, <a href="https://somuchinfo.com/2020/05/11/madrona-venture-labs-spinout-simplata-aims-to-protect-sensitive-company-data-in-cloud-apps/”>Qumulo and Flowplay.

What non-profits are the teams playing for? In this 3-on-3 tournament, companies will compete against one another, trying to score the most goals.

In addition to glory, the winning team will receive three round trip tickets on Alaska Airlines, courtesy of our official travel partner of Geeks Gaming for Good.

The winning team will also designate proceeds from the prize pool to their chosen non-profit.

Yes.


129FansLike
3FollowersFollow
15FollowersFollow