We’re excited to tell you about our seventh Sick Kids Save Point gaming marathon, which this year takes place on the weekend of 15th-17th October.
Any game is allowed! pic by Stephen Goodall
Playing games for 24 hours is tough, even if you are tag-teaming it with your friends and family.
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Greetings and happy new year from Sick Kids Save Point! Have a listen to find out if you’ve won a prize after taking part in SKSP 6.
Download this episode (right click and save)
Winners should private message us on facebook or twitter with your shipping details. You know the score!
Who’s in for year 7….?
The Sick Kids Save Point charity gaming marathon is away!
Our brave gamers are updating us with what they’re playing via our facebook page or on twitter using the #sksp hashtag.
Follow them and show your support with words of encouragement and donations to their fundraising, all of which will help sick children and their families.
Some participants are live streaming their events. For example Alex Sievewright here:
Chris Devlin here:
http://www.twitch.tv/cheekydevlin/embedWatch live video from CheekyDevlin on www.twitch.tv
and Alex the Kid here:http://www.twitch.tv/imalexthekid/embedWatch live video from imAlexTheKid on www.twitch.tv
And it’s “all good in the slug hood” as Ashley McNeil provides hilarious commentary to Super Meat Boy:
http://www.twitch.tv/5ciencepunk/embedWatch live video from 5ciencepunk on www.twitch.tv
A word of warning: we cannot be held responsible for mature content or naughty words that might come out of tired gamers’ mouths. It’s all in a good cause!
Although Sick Kids Save Point officially gets underway this coming weekend, some people are forced to shift their marathon due to outside commitments.
Neil Gow undertook his marathon a week early, and played only children’s games.
“Thanks to everyone for their encouragement and support, it’s been a long couple of days but thoroughly worthwhile,” he said, after raising an incredible £554.30 for the Sick Kids Friends foundation.
Today our Welsh champion Matthew Maloney has kicked off his 36 hour test, which has already seen some Dying Light and Sleeping Dogs – we hope he doesn’t sleep when the light really does die!
You can watch him here