24-hour video game marathon raises funds for mental health
A gathering of video gamers finished a 24-hour marathon to raise cash for emotional well-being. The group from criticalhit.tv, a site committed to computer games and players, held their third-yearly marathon gaming session from twelve Saturday until twelve Sunday. They spilled the session live on the web.
Individuals could give to the gathering, and all assets went to the Critical Cause: Gamers for Mental Health support at the Winnipeg Foundation.
24-hour computer game marathon raises reserves for menta, The group from criticalhit.tv, a site gave to computer games and players, held their third-yearly marathon gaming session from twelve Saturday until twelve Sunday. They spilled the session live on the web.
The gathering incorporates individuals who have battled with psychological well-being their entire lives, said coordinator Nolan Bicknell.
"I have a companion of mine who ended her life several years back and I truly wish that I could have accomplished something while she was still around to reduce a portion of the anguish that she was experiencing," he said.
"We began the Critical Cause in her name and for the sake of individuals who are battling with emotional well-being on an everyday premise."
Bicknell said the Winnipeg Foundation will pool the cash into a reserve and contribute it, with the enthusiasm going towards nearby associations picked by the Critical Hit team peopling with emotional wellness.