Wonder Woman, Xbox, and Gamers Outreach team up to help children's hospitals

Xbox Series S
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What you need to know

  • Gal Gadot and Team Xbox worked with Gamers Outreach to provide Xbox Series S consoles to children's hospitals.
  • 10 hospitals across the U.S. will receive special gaming carts with the consoles inside.
  • The karts also include an HBO Max subscription that can be used to watch Wonder Woman 1984.

Wonder Woman 1984's Gal Gadot, team Xbox, and Gamers Outreach worked together to bring Xbox Series S consoles to children's hospitals across the United States. 10 children's hospitals will receive special gaming karts that include an Xbox Series S and two custom Xbox Wireless Controllers inspired by Wonder Woman 1984. The gaming karts will arrive in hospitals starting today, just in time for Christmas and New Year's Day. Team Xbox shared the news in a recent post

In addition to the console and controllers, the gaming karts include a subscription to HBO Max, which can be used to watch Wonder Woman 1984 starting on December 25, 2020. As an aside, if you want to watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max, remember that it is only available on the streaming service for a limited time.

The karts also each contain a message from Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman in the popular film.

Below are the hospitals that will receive the special gaming karts:

  • Phoenix Children's Hospital
  • Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone
  • Children's Minnesota
  • Johns Hopkins Children's Center
  • Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt
  • Children's Medical Center Dallas
  • Children's Hospital New Orleans
  • SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital
  • Montana Children's Medical Center
  • Children's National Hospital

If you're interested in helping children be able to play video games while they receive treatment, you can check out the Gamers Outreach website. The organization's about page states:

Gamers Outreach is a for-purpose organization helping to restore a sense of joy and normalcy in the lives of hospitalized children. We believe the world is better when kids can play, and gamers have the power to help.

Sean Endicott
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