Game On Cancer’s Holiday Spectacular to unite gaming community and support cancer research

Cure Cancer’s Game On Cancer initiative returns once again this holiday season to unite the larger gaming community in a bid to support the progression of cancer research. From Tuesday the 15th of November to Thursday the 15th of December, various gamers and creators can jump on board and prompt viewers and partnered communities alike to donate to a worthy cause.

Streamers can visit Tiltify to sign up and donate, with every dollar raised going towards the support of vital cancer research. Each fundraiser will also gain the opportunity to be named Game On Cancer MVP, with exclusive merchandise-based rewards on offer. Both Australian audio producer RØDE and local nonlight manufacturer Kings of Neon will be supporting the campaign with their own prizes and incentives.

The first 25 fundraisers to raise $2000 will receive a $300 Kings of Neon gift card to purchase their own custom neon light for their streaming setup.

The first 25 fundraisers to raise $4000 will receive a RØDE X Prize Pack valued at $1,146, which includes brand new products such as:

  • XDM-100 microphone
  • XCM-50 microphone
  • NTH-100 headphones
  • PSA1+ desk arm

Over the course of a month, various Australian content creators and streamers alike will be joining the cause to raise funds, including ex-Good Game host and Twitch streamer, Bajo. The Holiday Spectacular will aim to raise a total of $75,000 AUD, which will in turn help fund nine months of life-saving cancer research. Cure Cancer’s Game On Cancer initiative has raised over a whopping $650,000 AUD for cancer research over the years.

Aside from donating, viewers can support the cause by following Game On Cancer on Twitter, or by joining them on Discord. Here, you’ll also be able to tag your favourite streamers involved and donate accordingly. So, sign up today to get involved and donate to cancer research this holiday season.

Matthew Arcari

Matthew Arcari is the games and technology editor at The AU Review. You can find him on Twitter at @sirchunkee, or at the Dagobah System, chilling with Luke and Yoda.