Had Drug overdose increased by 18% Since the beginning of the epidemic, Compared with the same period in 2019. In January 2021, 41% of adults reported Symptoms of anxiety and depression. with More than half of Covid-19 survivors Although he has overcome the disease, he has shown symptoms of depression.Now India and Brazil have appeared As a new global hot spotSince the disease in some communities seems to progress faster than vaccines are available, maybe the gaming community can help.
Finish the game quickly (GDQ) is a Speed pass Marathons that have raised more than 31 million U.S. dollars for charities since 2010 MSF, typesetting,as well as Cancer Prevention Foundation. Some popular Twitch anchors, such as Carcinogen, Distortion 2-A person who can play Dark Souls II It’s like nobody cares–and Baker Batang Contributed some of the most exciting, heartfelt and healing information streams in the history of the event.
All the funds generated are used for charity, so the marathon supports great causes while providing much-needed entertainment during the Covid-19 lockdown.When the (unfortunately named) carcinogen asked someone to bid for cancer research during his game Resident Evil 7, He mentioned Louisiana No basement-Contrary to the protagonist Ethan’s adventure into the basement in the fictional Dulvey (Dulvey)-applause from the audience.When Bawkba plays Resident Evil 2 A remake of the skin of the original Claire in 1998 Resident Evil 2, In all her polygonal glory, classic and modern fans in the audience laughed.
So how does the game development charity marathon help cope with Covid-19?The World Health Organization said last year Video games are a great way to stop the spread of Covid Because, predictably, this is a hobby that you can engage in indoors and isolated from others. In terms of charity, Doctors Without Borders, also known as Doctors Without Borders (MSF), It has Covid-19 treatment centers in more than 70 countries/regions in which it operates. Direct reliefIt is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in extreme poverty or emergency situations. It has provided pandemic assistance to more than 100 countries through masks, protective shields, gloves, and more than US$1.3 billion in medical and health assistance. The funds raised through GDQ support all these organizations and their operations. GDQ Director of Operations Matt Markle (Matt Markle) said, “We show our speed masters that the funds generated by their capital flows go directly to the organization, not elsewhere.”
But GDQ is usually held face-to-face to bring the community together. Like many other events during the pandemic, this event had to be converted into a completely online forum. Markle has been working at GDQ since 2012 and said that he enjoys every minute of it very much.
“People always talk about how GDQ has a positive impact on themselves or their families. Through our philanthropy, we have touched the lives of countless people,” Markle said. “Our summer event in July this year will be held online. We talked about philanthropy and wanted to know if we should do it in person, but we don’t want to turn it into some kind of super dissemination event.”
I am a gamer, Markle likes Team Fortress II“I have been playing for a few hours. I play a lot of FPS. But mainly I like speed pass. I want to meet those who run fast, which is part of the reason why I started to participate. I went to college to study graphic design , But before the advent of Games Done Quick, I had no direct life goals.” Since the pandemic began, GDQ has raised more than $5.6 million for charity.
Michelle Cord CallasIn cooperation with the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, he is also a gamer and scientist specializing in commercial games, online gaming communities and their role in supporting mental health.