From January 29 to February 2, 30 streamers will be undertaking 24-hour PUBG challenges, in order to raise money for Extra Life. The target is $300,000, with the money going to help kids in children’s hospitals.
Here are the announcement tweets, from both @PUBATTLEGROUNDS and @ExtraLife4Kids:
Next week, we are teaming up with @ExtraLife4Kids in a charity marathon to raise $300,000 for children’s hospitals. Meet some of the numerous streamers helping us achieve our donation goal! You can sign up or donate here: https://t.co/1fOID9dVsG #ThisIsBattleRoyaleForTheKids pic.twitter.com/qH07OggsVT
— PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBATTLEGROUNDS) January 26, 2018
Sign up to participate in the @PUBATTLEGROUNDS #EXTRALIFE Charity Marathon at https://t.co/7OAhbdVMZ2! What’s better than playing #PUBG and helping out sick kids treated at your local @CMNHospitals?#ThisIsBattleRoyaleForTheKids #Charity #WinnerWinnerChickenDinner pic.twitter.com/887fMtI9fz
— Extra Life (@ExtraLife4Kids) January 24, 2018
You can keep an eye on how much money each streamer has raised here.
Will you be watching the streams? Let us know.
In other PUBG news, Xbox has said that sales for the console version are “very big,” netcode analysis shows that the game has a big problem, and the Battle Royale Trainer is here to help players improve.
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