Lyon’s gaming campus students unite to ease pain! “With the Online Charity Marathon”A-Live“They will be called in mid – June to urge the player and streamer communities to raise donations for the Law Analgesia Foundation, A leading pain research institute in France.
This year, as an end-of-studies internship, gaming campus students are invited to volunteer. This mission, if they agree: to raise funds for the Analgesia Foundation, build a charitable event in their image whose purpose is to do research on chronic pain, much less known (osteoarthritis or still called endometriosis chronic pain). The mission will support their school gaming campus, which will make its campus and resources available. They are also overseen by the construction company Space Croppad and the Loisers Numerics Association, which already has a good understanding of the charity issue.
On June 11, 12 and 13, 2021, 4 teams of recognized streamers will lead to success in bringing as many donations as possible to the pot in a 52-hour non-stop live.
This weekend, 16 streamers and influencers will attend and appeal to their associations er dar for a continuous gaming marathon on the gaming campus. The broadcast will be live Chain Twitch A-Live. Several meetings are planned: during this time streamers will compete with each other, talk shows, interviews, event behind-the-scenes special moments, as well as coverage of E3, the most ntic out-of-the-box video game and conferences of the year for its advertising.
At the same time, streamers and influencers offer their own animations on their Twitch channel.
The A-Live event is the first of its kind: it is organized by students from a school that specializes in video games, and is supervised by associations and experts in the field. Hence this event has a unique double educational and charitable share.“
Comment Frank Hayleys, Production Director.
This marathon is a great first for the Analgesia Foundation in the field of charitable activities. We are very happy with the commitment of all these students and their supervisors to make this project a great success.“
Add Alice Corteval, Director of the Analgesia Foundation.