Awesome Games Done Quick 2020 raises $3.1 million for Prevent Cancer Foundation

Alonzo Simpson
January 14, 2020

This run featured the use of a special Crowd Control Twitch extension, which allowed viewers to donate Twitch Bits in order to either assist or troll runner Andy during his playthrough.

Speedruns weren't the only records being broken at this year's Awesome Games Done Quick, which raised a grand total of $3,133,898.56.

The total of $ 3,133,062.78, raised from 54,134 donors (as of 11 a.m. EST) are the best of all time. Its more than $700,000 above what AGDQ 2019 raised, a almost 30 percent increase. AGDQ has improved its fundraising total over the previous year at every event going back to 2017.

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You can watch the stream's finale here, or head over to the Games Done Quick YouTube channel where you can watch any of the speedrunning attempts. Over 26 events spanning 10 years, the series has now raised more than $25.6 million. It beats GDQ's previous overall record of $3 million from the organisation's previous event, Summer Games Done Quick 2019. Since 2013, SGDQ has grown donations for Doctors Without Borders. The event ran over the space of a week, January 5 - 13, from the heart of the DoubleTree hotel in Orlando Florida. If you don't want to wait that long, Summer Games Done Quick 2020 will be held from June 21-28, 2020. Awesome Games Done Quick 2020, which just finished, features various speedrunners getting together and playing random (some may even say awesome) games as quickly as they can. The full list of executions, with video on demand links, can be found on the r / speedrun subreddit.

In a video posted to Twitter, one member of the Prevent Cancer Foundation thanked Games Done Quick for their work.

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