The company was founded in August, which you can read more about here.
Hamilton was named as an investor on Tuesday, with more big names expected to follow.
"We're set to announce our investors. In the pole position @lewishamilton," TMRW posted on social.
Both Woods and McIlroy have been heavily involved in the PGA Tour's response to LIV Golf.
Woods and McIlroy spearheaded a meeting before the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup Playoffs last season where the games biggest stars reportedly spoke about what they should do to fend off their new rival.
As many as 20 players were involved. Some players still decided to leave and more are expected to follow.
The PGA Tour have since rung the changes.
LIV Golf kicked off its inaugural $255m eight-event tournament season in June and it has caused widespread disruption.
That season came to a close in Miami last weekend where Dustin Johnson - who has resigned his PGA Tour membership - came up clutch once again with his 4 Aces GC side, scooping the $16m top prize.
Despite this win Johnson, who has earned more than $35m on the course with LIV this season, has already axed one of his team mates.
After the announcement of TMRW Sports, Woods and McIlroy also confirmed the formation of TGL.
TGL will be tech-fused golf league and according to McIlroy the idea has been in the work for more than two years.
Of course, one of the biggest issues surrounding LIV Golf is due to the source of their money.
They are bankrolled by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund which has drawn accusations those involved in the league are complicit in attempting to help the Kingdom soften its global reputation through sport.
A number of players have batted away accusations of sportswashing.
The aforementioned Hamilton has spoken out against Saudi Arabia's human rights abuses before.
Before the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, he said:
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