Have you heard about the Extra Life gaming marathon in support of children’s hospitals across North America?
It allows individuals and teams to register online and raise funds that stay right in their own community. In short, it’s a national movement with grassroots flavor.
The ESA, E3, Reddit, Microsoft/Xbox and G4TV are all behind this year’s effort to raise funds for sick and injured kids and game all day on Saturday, October 20. And they have great reason to be! Extra Life has grown exponentially since its humble beginnings in 2008, with more than 10,000 amped-up players registered for game day 2012.
More info on this game-a-thon for good — and a digital short featuring gamers Robert Bowling and Rick Malambri:
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