The Call of Duty Zombies community raised over $200,000 for charity during their annual EE4C event, where four teams comprised of Zombies YouTubers race to complete Zombies maps in Call of Duty: Black Ops series.

In 2016, EE4C raised $106,000. This year, the community has raised over $200,000 (current amount is $202,000+) for charity. All donations are being sent to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

This event is organized by YouTuber NoahJ456.

  • Michael Romo

    Guys we need to hit $500k next year so Treyarch can give us a Tranzit remake!

  • Element115Will

    Thats awesome!! Didnt know this was a thing! Awesome awesome!

  • ccrows

    I’m not a fan of zombies, but this is pretty freakin cool.

    Hopefully they do it again, and raise even more money next year… 🙂

  • Team Buried 2 FTW

  • James Birdsong

    I’m willing to bet this is bull and they just pocketed the cash.

    • Hemibuzz

      Noah donated $13,000 so I doubt it

      • James Birdsong

        Internet can make people believe anything they read it on it 🙂

        • Bigi345

          People can also make conspiracies theories with no proof other than they own gut feeling everyday on the internet 🙂

          • James Birdsong

            Yea except you can do that without the internet 🙂

      • Richie King

        People piss me off bro. Why can’t they just be happy that the world still has good people

    • Richie King

      Are you just mad that you were not a part of something this big? Maybe you went on to read about this. The donations went right to saint judes. The money never went to the Youtubers. Why do people always have to be so negative about positive things.

      You can’t lie about donating that much money to a charity with that the place In question calling then out on their lies.

      • James Birdsong

        The hell are you talking about people lie about donating all the time.

        • ccrows

          Are you always a cynic whenever it comes to fundraising?…

        • snake56

          Yeah, like SGDQ.

    • Michael Romo

      Then they’d get arrested dumbass. This is a real charitable event

      • James Birdsong

        Just because it hasn’t been proven doesn’t mean it isn’t true dumb ass 🙂

        • The9tailedgamer

          That logic can go right back against your original comment

  • RdJokr

    This year’s competition was pretty insane though. Gotta give props to Team Full Weeb and Team Whiteboard for pulling in so close to one another.

    Anyway, great event. I do hope next year they’ll use IWZ and WWIIZ maps for the competition. Need to spice up the gameplay a bit.


    surprisingly i have nothing to complain about here. it’s not a scam charity with bad intentions