From July 18 through July 24, the legendary rapper, musician, and songwriter Post Malone will broadcast Apex Legends daily on Twitch to benefit charity.

The charity event, dubbed “Gaming for Love,” will feature four specific Twitch streams that will begin at 6 p.m. PT and 9 p.m. ET on July 18, 20, 22, and 24.

Twitch viewers can donate to the following charities:

  • Human Rights Watch, an organization that conducts research and advocacy on human rights.
  • Project Hope, an organization tackling climate change.
  • United Way, an organization campaigning to raise money for victims in Ukraine.
  • The Trevor Project,ย an organization that provides crisis support services to the LGBTQ community.

Respawn Entertainment also supported the cause by giving each charity $10,000. In an effort to increase viewing, the Apex development studio is also promoting the Post Malone stream on Twitter and other social media.

The charismatic celebrity is a die-hard supporter of the activity. In an interview with Full Send on June 10, Post Malone stated, “I was never a BR guy because I’m not that good at them, but something about Apex, I began playing it, and I really loved it.”

But it appears that he is only attempting to appear modest. A video showing him bursting into action and winning a team battle is already making the rounds on social media.

Posty has faced challenges before, no doubt. The well-known rapper began playing Apex for years after getting his start in the Respawn battle royale right at the game’s launch in 2019.

Timmy “iiTzTimmy” An and him streamed a pair in February, and he even mentioned how it rekindled his enthusiasm for gaming after years of neglecting the pastime.

Post Malone and Brandon “Aceu” Winn are at the top of the category because to the initial stream’s average audience of almost 20,400 viewers per hour and peak audience of 23,701 viewers.