Games Done Quick's annual Flame Fatales 2022 finished up this past weekend, and at the end, the event managed to raise over $135k toward the Malala Fund.
Everyone worked hard and poured everything they had into making this return a special event, and it was clear the home viewing audience was happy to see them return Credit: GDQ By the end of the entire event last night, the organization raised $3.01m in funds, one of the highest amounts in Games Done Quick history[...]
For those of you not familiar, this is an all-women speedrunning event, run much the way the annual GDQ events are done, as these amazing players will attempt to play games as quickly as possible (and maybe even set a new record or two) as they will use Twitch and other resources to raise money[...]
Games Done Quick's all-women's speedrunning event Flame Fatales will be returning this year from August 15th-21st.
We may be seeing a light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic, but the reality is we're still a little ways off from public events being relatively safe from possible spreading, so the people in charge have decided to play it safe and are making SGDQ 2021 an online event once again[...]
When all was said and done, the organizers revealed at the end of last night that they had raised $2,758,847 for the effort, another impressive amount that adds to their now over $31m they have raised since starting the event in 2010. Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 logo, courtesy of GDQ. At the end of all of[...]
Games done Quick will be doing something a little different this month for their next speedrunning event as they present Fleet Fatales.
You can check out the complete schedule here, as they have laid out everything for all eight days with tentative times for them to take place. A look at the theme for Awesome Games Done Quick 2021, courtesy of GDQ. A bit of a change coming to this year's event is that the charity being benefitted this[...]
A lot of people who had participated in the past were hoping the event would return to sunny Florida after the country managed to get a hold of the COVID-19 pandemic, but those dreams have been thwarted by the country's failure to respond properly, so a lot of things in 2021 are looking like they[...]
Earlier today, the folks at GDQ revealed their complete lineup for Summer Games Done Quick as the 2020 version goes online The event was in jeopardy for a hot minute this year as COVID-19 changed plans a couple of times from moving the event back to taking it all the way online After changing the[...]
The plans for SGDQ have changed a few times ever since the COVID-19 outbreak forced people to reorganized and adjust to life with ever-changing circumstances Originally the plan was to push the event back in the hopes that things would get better, much like other conventions had done with others still not confirming they have[...]
Donations can be made directly during the event through the Twitch channel or at GamesDoneQuick.com. Credit: GDQ Meanwhile, the organization also had to deliver some sad news They have has to postpone Summer Games Done Quick You can read the statement below as they have pushed the event back into mid-to-late August. Games Done Quick also announced that[...]
This year for AGDQ, the company will be raising charity funds through Twitch and other donation resources for the Prevent Cancer Foundation The event has raised over$22 million for various charities over the years and, as always, is looking to break records from 2019, which at least year's event they raised $2.39m. Credit: GDQ If you wish[...]
Awesome Games Done Quick 2018 (AGDQ) is a week-long speedrunning challenge and fundraiser This year's AGDQ has come to the finish line with a total of $2,263,508 USD raised for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Donations are still coming in, but so far this year's Awesome Games Done Quick has beaten last year's donations by over $40,000 These[...]