Dwayne Johnson screenshot holding a custom XBOX series x he's donating to childrens hospitals

It's new Xbox day! It's new Xbox day! It's new Xbox day!

The long awaited release of Microsoft's new Xbox Series X is finally here, but good luck getting your hands on one. Unless of course, you're a sick child at one of the 20 children's hospitals across the country that famed WWE Wrestler turned bad-line delivering action movie superstar, Dwayne Johnson is gifting free next-gen consoles. 

These custom Xbox Series X consoles will be given to more than 50,000 kids who are currently staying in hospitals, and will arrive with 'Gamers Outreach Karts' (GO Karts) that allow the consoles to move easily around the hospital rooms to accommodate the needs of each of the patients.  

Gamers Outreach Karts (GO Karts)

"Gamers Outreach is a charity that empowers hospitalized children through video games. We’re building a world where play is easily prioritized alongside research and treatment."

 - Gamers Outreach Mission Statement

Here's a list of the 20 hospitals that The Rock will be gifting to:

  • Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
  • Children's Hospital Colorado
  • Children's Hospital Los Angeles
  • Children's Hospital Orange County
  • Children's Hospital St. Louis
  • Children's Wisconsin
  • C.S. Mott Children's Hospital
  • Dell Children's Medical Center
  • Franciscan Hospital for Children
  • Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital
  • Methodist Children's Hospital
  • Mount Sinai Kravis Children's
  • MUSC Children's Health
  • Nicklaus Children's Hospital
  • Riley Hospital for Children
  • Seattle Children's Hospital
  • Shriners Hospitals for Children - Northern CA
  • Texas Children's Hospital
  • UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital
  • UNM Children's Hospital.

This isn't the first time The Rock and Bill Gates have teamed up. Remember when The Rock "helped" launch the first gen Xbox?

Are you getting an Xbox series X or S? Tells us in the comments below. 

Learn more about the great work they're doing at Gamers Outreach at gamersoutreach.org