Team Bliss welcome Barnardos Australia as HQ Charity Partner

Team Bliss are pleased to announce Barnardos Australia as the charity partner for Bliss HQ in 2024. Barnardos are an Australian charity focused on ending child abuse and neglect by supporting families to keep children and young people safe at home.

In a collaboration aimed to promote the League of Champions campaign by Barnardos Australia, Team Bliss will establish donation points at the Bliss HQ in Brisbane and across all live activations for 2024.

As part of the partnership, all donations of $5 and above will go into a monthly draw to win a Logitech G Pro X2 Keyboard supplied by Team Bliss.

Speaking on the partnership, Brendan Harms, Chief Operating Officer of Team Bliss says, “Supporting young gamers has always been our main focus at Team Bliss. This collaboration with Barnardos is a way for us to continue doing our part in empowering children across Australia to reach their full potential.”

You can support Team Bliss and Barnardos Australia in their campaign to support families by donating via the QR code in the image below:


Team Bliss are a competitive esports organisation based in the Oceanic region. Driven by their passion for gaming, the founders started the organisation in 2019 in hopes to support young talented gamers reach their dreams of being competitive gamers in a sustainable and healthy way.

Today, Team Bliss is best known for being the home of some of the regions’ best FPS pros, and their incredible debut split in League of Legends in 2023.

Bliss HQ is based in Brisbane, Australia — with a facility dedicated to coaching and training for any competitive gaming teams looking to take it to the next level. It also acts as a hub to the general public and facilitates community programs such as community LANs and viewing parties.

Bliss is proudly supported by Logitech G, GameAware & oizoioi Apparel.

Children: The Hidden Victims of Domestic Violence Podcast

We are not going to stop talking about the impact that domestic and family violence has on children until every child is safe and supported. At the end of the global campaign ‘16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence’ we sat down with CEO of DVNSW Delia Donovan and our CEO Deirdre Cheers to talk about how we can make change to create a violence free world for children and young people. Big thanks to Delia for joining us for an important discussion that examined where we need to head as a sector, a state and a community against violence.