In its first in-person event GDQ’s raised more than $ 3.01 million for . In all, some of the world’s best speedrunners descended on Bloomington, Minnesota to complete 134 different playthroughs of games like Doom Eternal, Tunic and Control. Across seven days of programming, Games Done Quick secured more than 42,000 individual donations.
And while the final tally fell short of the the organization secured for the Prevent Cancer Foundation at Awesome Games Done Quick at the start of the year, it was more than the $ 2.9 million raised during SGDQ 2021. This year’s event saw the departure of Kasumi “Sumichu” Yogi. For the past eight years, Yogi has served as GDQ’s director of marketing and business development, helping the organization grow into the community cornerstone that it is today. Games Done Quick’s next fundraiser, the all-women Flame Fatales showcase, starts on August 21st, with proceeds from the event slated to go to the .
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