HyperX Showdown Dunks on the Competition This Week with Aerial Powers and Paul George
New York, New York – August 3, 2020 - Call of Duty: Warzone is an open court for basketball greats Ariel Powers and Paul George. This week, the HyperX Challenge will see two sharpshooters of the hardwood face off against sharpshooters of the digital world. Fans can tune in to all the action on August 3rd at 7PM EST over on the HyperX twitch channel. Can two basketball greats bring their skills from the court to the battlefield? Find out tonight!
Co-sponsor StockX will be hosting a promotion that will net two winners a $250 gift card for tuning in. Viewers and hopeful recipients will be able to get all the details during the event.
Fans can watch as the dynamic duo of Ariel Powers and Paul George shoot their way into Warzone with mad skills! Games will vary from top titles to classic action as more events will carry throughout the summer. Join us on Twitch at the HyperX Channel for the show.
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