Monkey Knife Fight (MKF), the fastest-growing fantasy sports platform in North America, announced a partnership with Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins that focuses on giving support to those who are impacted by COVID.
As part of the partnership, Monkey Knife Fight and the Minnesota Twins have installed a tarp located behind the right field foul pole, half in fair territory and half in foul territory. For every player that hits the tarp, MKF will donate $10,000 to the Minnesota Twins Community Fund’s Emergency Relief Fund. Regardless of which team hits the tarp or if the hit is fair or foul, MKF will make the donation.
The Monkey Knife Fight tarp, which will remain up throughout the season and during playoffs, will be ready for its first game Friday night when the Twins take on the Royals.
“We are proud to work with an organization like the Twins that make the community a priority. Bigger than sports is the responsibility to help feed and shelter those in need who are greatly impacted by the pandemic in Minnesota.”
– MKF CEO & Founder, BIll Asher
“This spring, the Twins Community Fund created an Emergency Relief Fund to support COVID-relief efforts around child and family hunger, shelter, and educational needs. Monkey Knife Fight’s support of these efforts will allow us to continue to assist our community in the ways that it needs the most.”
– STEPHANIE JOHNSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE MINNESOTA TWINS COMMUNITY FUND
Monkey Knife Fight (MKF) is the fastest–growing sports gaming platform in North America, while being the third-largest Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) platform. MKF is a new style of legal mobile gaming – a democratized platform with a level playing field where users aren’t forced to play against professionals.