Jayson Tatum is giving Duke basketball fans the opportunity to win a VIP day with him thanks to him joining the “All-In Challenge.”
One of the very few positives that have come from COVID-19 has been professional athletes and organizations coming together to help all those in need and to support the front line health care workers who are putting their lives on the line to help others.
Another group has emerged and created a challenge, the “All-In Challenge” organized by Michael Rubin, most notably known for being the co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, as well as a founder of Fanatics.
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The “All-In Challenge” is a raffle and bidding contest in order to raise money for those who need it most during the coronavirus pandemic.
Upon publication of this article, the official Instagram of the All-In Challenge has something for everyone including events with sports figures like Tiki Barber, Todd Gurley, and Mark Cuban while promoting social media personalities Gary Vee, Charli and Dixie D’Amelio, as well as singer Justin Bieber.
The All-In Challenge website lists a host of more once-in-a-lifetime experiences for fans to potentially win.
As for Jayson Tatum, the former Blue Devil is giving fans the chance to win a TD Garden Experience with the NBA All-Star, in which the winner will have two courtside seats to a Celtics game, get Tatum’s game-worn jersey and sneakers, and then go out for a meal with the rising star after the game.
The starting bid to win the day with Jayson Tatum is $10,000.
Tatum joked at the beginning of his video that he would donate his son, Deuce, for 24 hours to the winners before revealing his amazing offer for the fans.
Jayson Tatum challenged all of his fellow NBA players, coaches, and team governors to also take part in the All-In Challenge.
Tatum also donated $500,000 to coronavirus relief efforts, half going to his NBA city of Boston and the other half going to his hometown of St. Louis.
In approximately 24 hours, there has been over $2 million raised in the All-In Challenge, and all of the benefits will be donated to various charities helping COVID-19 victims.