Seth Rogen took to the Rocket League pitch to help in fight against Alzheimer’s

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Seth Rogen entered FaZe Clan’s world yesterday with the goal of doing something important for Alzheimer’s research. The Vancouver-born Hollywood megastar did a livestream on June 17 as a benefit for HFC. That’s a nonprofit, started by the actor’s wife Lauren Miller Rogan, that’s devoted to raising money and awareness in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

The stream had Rogen taking to the Rocket League pitch with an esports heavyweight: FaZe Clan’s Nate Hill, who can normally be found playing professional Fortnite. The two climbed behind the virtual wheels of the automobile-driven soccer game from Psyonix in a head-to-head.

“I can’t wait to join forces with FaZe Clan to have some fun and to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s and the importance of brain health,” said Rogen  beforehand, in a statement promoting the event. 

Also popping in to take part a benefit for HFC were YouTube notable FaZe Banks, and Twitch celebrities like Mike Majlak and Adin Ross.  

HFC was started by Lauren Miller Rogan a decade ago to help fund Alzheimer’s research, as well as to provide support for families coping with the disease. 

FaZe Clan, meanwhile, is one of the most successful esports brands in the world. 

Looking to help make a difference? You can still do that by cracking open the old bank account and then making a donation at the Gaming to Fight Alzheimer’s Tiltify page. 

It’s also not too late to purchase event merch, with all proceeds going to HFC’s care and support programming. To help do something about a disease which devastates millions of families across the world each year, go here to the HFC Tiltify page.

Mike Usinger once took the better part of two years to finish Grand Theft Auto. Over the course of his career he has written about everything from eSports to music to movies to travel.

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