Awesome Games Done Quick 2022, the first of several charity sprint events hosted by the Games Done Quick Foundation, ended with raising more than $3.4 million for the Prevent Cancer Foundation.
139 sprints made up this year’s marathon, which began Jan. 9 at 12 a.m. ET and finished around 2 a.m. ET on Jan. 16. The exact amount raised by the event was $3,416,729, with all donations raised during the same period.
The highlight of this year’s event included a Pokémon race with One player runs the Omega Ruby and the other Alpha Sapphire, running in multiple versions for 2021, including Resident Evil Village And take two, and the series Blindfolded Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice completed in exactly two hours. Several world records were also set at the event, including:
Awesome Games Done Quick is an annual charity sprint marathon held in early January by the Games Done Quick Foundation. The foundation runs several marathons throughout the year, including the Summer Games Done Quick and Flame Fatales. Each event raises money for a different charity, including the Cancer Prevention Foundation, Doctors Without Borders and the Malala Fund.
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