Immanuel Quickley won UK’s NBA2K Tournament back in April, proving he’s just as good on the virtual court as he is the real one. Tonight, he’ll compete in the championship of Primetimesports’ The Bracket 2K Tournament, with proceeds going to COVID-19 relief and Save the Children.
Back in July, Louisville big man Akoy Agau and former Louisville manager Matthew Melander started the virtual NCAA Tournament, recruiting players from almost 40 college teams, including Quickley, Penn State’s Lamar Stevens, Maryland’s Anthony Cowan, and Florida’s Kerry Blackshear. All these months later, Quickley will represent Kentucky in the championship against Rutgers manager Mike Sasso.
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“Championship Tuesday! Come support me and raise money for charity in the championship game of @primetimesp0rts virtual tournament as I represent BBN. Tune in: twitch.tv/universityofky twitch.tv/primetimesp0rts To cheer me on as I take home the ? (PS: @_tezzmathis will be held under 8pts tonight)
Want to support Quickley in his quest? You can watch live on UK’s Twitch Channel starting at 8 p.m.