Jozy Altidore to compete in Call of Duty charity tournament for COVID-19 relief

Jozy Altidore - Toronto FC - goal celebration

Toronto FC forward Jozy Altidore is among the athletes from Canada's largest city who will compete in a Call of Duty video game tournament on Monday aimed at raising money for coronavirus release, according to sportsnet.ca.

Altidore will team with Mitch Marner of the NHL's Maple Leafs and Malcolm Miller of the NBA's Raptors and will face other celebrity-led teams. Viewers of the tournament will be able to donate to the Princess Margaret Cencer Foundation's Conquer COVID for Cancer Fund.

Altidore will be the second Reds player to engage in charity virtual competition in as many months, after Marky Delgado was among the 16 MLS players who participated alongside teams' pro FIFA gamers in the eMLS Tournament Special.