During the 2022 WoW Mythic+ Pro-Am event, more $45,000 was raised for six organizations

During the 2022 WoW Mythic+ Pro-Am event, more $45,000 was raised for six organizations ...

Raider.io, a World of Warcraft rankings site and coverage website, sponsored the 2022 Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am that featured six teams composed of professional and amateur WoW players competing against each other in an effort to obtain as many Mythic+ dungeon keys as possible within a five-hour time limit.

Each team participating in the Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am selected a charity to represent, including Girls Who Code, Equal Justice Initiative, Women in Games International, the AbleGamers Charity, and Doctors Without Borders.

This year's Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am was concluded. In total we raised $45,777 for our six charities! Thank you to everyone who contributed!

The Stiefbruders are your champions of the 2022 Mythic+ Charity Pro-Am! Congratulations to @anniefuchsia, @Gingitv, @Cpt_Battler, and Tuul with $11,940 raised for the #TrevorProject! Thanks to @Blizzard_Ent, @TheOverwolf, and @Twitch for making it all happen!

The Stiefbruders were the winners of the Pro-Am, a team of professional WoW players from Echo, Gingi, and Naowh, as well as WoW streamer AnnieFuchsia. The Stiefbruders represented the Trevor Project, a charity devoted to supporting LGBTQ+ children's mental health care, which raised $11,940.

Pro-Am competitors included the captain of the Liquids WoW raiding team, Maximum, WoW streamer Towelliee, and WoW pros Trill and Imfiredup, as well as Liquid content creator Naguura. AmateurWoWplayers who had not accumulated more than 3,250 Mythic+ rating duringShadowlandsseason three were permitted to play alongside the pros present at the event.

The event put a halt to the third season of WoW: Shadowlands content, as the third Mythic+ season of the expansion is expected to finish next week. Shadowlands' fourth Mythic+ season will begin on August 2.