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In his latest column, industry veteran Matt Miller takes a look at the notion of charitable action and giving as it relates to gamers and gaming. See what he has to say and then leave us your thoughts in the comments.
I’ve been thinking about this because on November 2nd, I will be participating in Extra-Life, which is a 25 hour gaming marathon in support of the Children’s Miracle Network of hospitals. Gamers, celebrities, and professionals all across the world will be donating their time and pulling off a Jack Bauer-like effort of staying awake playing all sorts of games and asking friends, families, and followers to donate to their cause. One of the great things about the CMN is that we get to pick specifically which hospital in the network receives our donations. When I saw that my wife’s alumni, UC Davis had their children’s hospital on the list, I knew right away who should receive the money my team raises.
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