The volunteer streaming company will be doing a show on Twitch for a good cause through Sunday.
Does the game only make you aggressive and is it a danger to children? The Helpdotexe group proves otherwise once again, as they turn their beloved hobby of gaming into a very good charitable cause. The team of volunteers present you with a varied program throughout the week on their Twitch channel and all donations go to German Children’s Cancer Aid.
Until Sunday February 27, 2022 there will be an ongoing program with different streamers who will voluntarily moderate the program on the Helpdotexe (or Help.exe) channel for a week to raise funds for the Children’s Cancer Aid Foundation fundraiser. Among other things, this supports the equipping of children’s cancer centers and the therapy of little patients and their families with the help of donations.
In cooperation with the non-profit platform Betterplace.org, which aims to ensure safety and transparency with donations, more than €1,700 has already been raised, but there is sure to be much more this week.
For example, today’s show is available here on Twitter:
— helpdotexe (@helpdotexe) February 22, 2022
If you’re curious about the project or want to support it, you have until Sunday to check it out and there are always game giveaways on the stream to dust off. Partners on this year’s project include nerdy merch retailer Lootchest, indie game Sphere: Flying Cities, and game publisher Assemble.
From Monster Hunter, Humankind or Resident Evil 2 to cool indies or Star Wars quiz to Elden Ring, the entertainment program continues until Sunday night. the contraction channel – from a certain level of donations there are also many strange and funny actions, for which the Helpdotexe troop is not so bad.
You might discover a familiar Eurogamer face or two among the moderators: Our colleague Ana and I are also totally committed to the good cause.
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