Former NFL Great and Lakeland Director Ahman Green Teams with Gamers Outreach for Week-Long Charity Stream

Article written by James Fudge, courtesy of The Esports Observer 

LAKELAND, Wisc. - Former NFL All-Pro and current Lakeland University esports coach, Ahman Green and his charity, The Ahman Green Foundation, will host streams to raise funds for gaming charity Gamers Outreach. The goal of these charity streams is to raise money for Project “Go-Kart,” a Gamers Outreach initiative to raise money for mobile gaming kiosk to be deployed at local children’s hospital in Wisconsin.

Green will host multiple charity gaming streams during the week of July 12, playing games with fans, his subscribers, professional players, pro athletes, and celebrity friends.

Green and his program at Lakeland compete in the NECC, and one of Lakeland's players won the NECC's Madden Championship during the fall semester. 

In addition, Green will be auctioning off signed merchandise during streams including signed footballs and other limited-edition memorabilia. The final stream on Twitch on Saturday, July 17 will see Ahman stream until the financial goal for the charity is reached.

The NECC began sponsoring esports in the fall of 2020. The NECC is currently sponsoring both regular season competition and championships across a wide variety of titles. The conference aims to serve the gaming community with respect and is a safe and inclusive environment. With more than 100 colleges and universities currently competing in the conference, the NECC is proud to be a positive home for the collegiate gaming community. For more information, please visit or follow us @neccgames on Twitter or Instagram