Games done quickly are gaming charity marathons. Theysupport cancer-fighting fonds as well as many other charity campaignsthroughout their eight-year-old history. The organizers rent the building wherespeedrunners come to demonstrate their skills. You can watch the event not onlyfrom the hall but also by means of a live broadcast on the Twitch.tv platform.Games that are held at the event can be very different: both old and new, bothfrom independent developers and from large companies. The first charitymarathon, called Classic Games Done Quick, was held in January 2010. It raised$ 10,000 for CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere).
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