Following seven days of honestly brilliant speedruns, Awesome Games Done Quick wrapped up today with a take of $2.7 million for the Prevent Cancer establishment. To be exact, that is $2,762,537.03 across 42,076 gifts. The most noteworthy single gift was $187,084.08, while the middle gift was $25. It’s a ton of cash, and an expansion from a year ago’s even in spite of being held only on the web. You can discover the current year’s gift tracker on the Games Done Quick site.
Games Done Quick is a foundation raising money association that features speedrunning. Volunteer speedrunners mess around on stream (and as a rule at a live occasion) as fast as could reasonably be expected, clarifying as they go, while watcher gifts go to the foundation. In a great bend, gifts are regularly boosted during the occasion: Adding extra difficulties, additional substance, and allowing watchers to do stuff like name sprinters’ down character. They have two major occasions: Awesome Games Done Quick, at midwinter, and Summer Games Done Quick… in the, uh, Summer. To become familiar with Games Done Quick, visit gamesdonequick.org.
The Prevent Cancer Foundation is the recipient of AGDQ 2021, a U.S.- put together not-for-profit association that concentrations with respect to saving lives by means of malignant growth avoidance and early recognition. To become familiar with the Prevent Cancer Foundation, visit preventcancer.org.