GameAbove Organization Joins the 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit

GameAbove, a multifaceted brand consisting of charitable giving, capital investment, sports entertainment, and media ventures, has announced its participation in the 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic and the Delta Dental Pro-Am in Detroit.
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GameAbove is participating in the 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic Delta Dental Pro-Am and will have a presence at the Detroit Golf Club during the tournament (June 25-30). // Photo by Tim Keenan

GameAbove, a multifaceted brand consisting of charitable giving, capital investment, sports entertainment, and media ventures, has announced its participation in the 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic and the Delta Dental Pro-Am in Detroit.

GameAbove’s support for Detroit’s PGA Tour event underscores its dedication to sports excellence at every level and community engagement throughout southeast Michigan, according to its organizers.

The 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic takes place from June 25-30 at the Detroit Golf Club, and GameAbove will participate in the Delta Dental Pro-Am on June 27. It will have a “significant” brand presence in fan engagement areas throughout the tournament.

GameAbove will be joined by Eastern Michigan University alumnus, former Detroit Lions, and current Lions Radio Network sideline reporter T.J. Lang in the pro-am. Anthony Tomey, co-owner and CEO of The Tomey Group in Farmington Hills, which operates multiple Jimmy John’s stores in Michigan and owns Detroit-based brands 8 Mile Vodka and Born in Detroit apparel, also will join GameAbove in the Delta Dental Pro-Am.

“Participating in the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit is special for us,” says Chao Sun, vice president of Investments at CapStone Holdings Inc. and GameAbove president of the EMU Partnership. “Our launch of GameAbove Sports, in collaboration with EMU, underscores our dedication to promoting and growing sports like golf and establishing EMU as a destination school for pro-caliber golfers.”

Since its start in 2019, GameAbove has contributed more than $34 million to special causes and initiatives. This includes $7 million in scholarships and grants to college students in Michigan, as well as more than $1 million to social impact initiatives in southeast Michigan.

GameAbove also has provided $14.5 million to the EMU Golf program. In January, the new $8 million GameAbove Golf Performance Center opened at Eagle Crest Golf Course. The state-of-the-art training complex spans 13,000 square feet. Recently, GameAbove extended its commitment to EMU Golf with a $6.5 million commitment to elevate and support various facets of the program.

For more information about GameAbove’s initiatives and impact, visit gameabove.com.