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Join us for the sports block of our 49-hour Extra Life charity gaming stream

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We’re running a three-hour block of sports games during our 49-hour charity stream benefiting UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals in the Bay Area.

Hello folks! As you might know if you follow me on Twitter or pay attention to the fanposts, myself and several friends are hosting a 49-hour gaming livestream for charity as part of Extra Life, a worldwide gaming marathon that has raised over $30 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

I’ve spammed the links several times, and I’m going to do it again. You can see our donation and information page right here, and you can find links to our stream on Twitch right here and on YouTube right here. We’re going from 4 a.m. PT on Saturday (today) through 4 a.m. PT on Monday, plus I will be getting married live on stream at 11 a.m. PT on Sunday.

The reason I’m making a post here is because we’re going to play a slew of sports games for three hours between 12 p.m. PT and 3 p.m. PT. Those games include classics like RBI Baseball, Ken Griffey Jr’s Baseball, NFL Blitz 2000, NBA Hangtime and ... not so classics, like Jerry Rice and Nitus’ Dog Football.

I’m going to embed our stream here, though we’re playing a lot of nonsense in the meantime. Thank you for reading my work over the years, thank you for reading this post and if you can donate or share the link to our donation page, then thank you for that too. I believe strongly in this cause. Kids should never be sick. Let’s help them as best we can.

Thanks a lot, folks.