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Extra Life 2009 – Gaming for a Good Cause

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The Sarcastic Gamer Podcast is hosting an amazing 24 hour gaming marathon charity event. The Epic Dolls are going to help but we need YOU! You can take part in one of two ways.

1. Sponsor Our Team

You can sponsor the Epic Dolls team by clicking this link and hitting the “donate now” button. You can give as much as you’d like or as little as $1 an hour for 24 hours of gaming. You give, we play and everyone wins.

2. Join Our Team

If you want to be an even greater part of the event, you can join the Epic Dolls team. Just click on this link and hit “create a fundraising page and join my team”. You then sign up and commit to getting 4 sponsors for yourself at a minimum of $24 each. Then you play games with the Dolls for 24 hours on October 17.

This is a great event for an even greater cause. Its easy for us to all get wrapped up in our games and daily lives. Lets not forget about those who are taking on bigger challenges in life than raiding. These kids are truly Epic and they need our help.

From the Extra Life Website:

Extra Life 2009 will take place on Saturday, October 17th, 2009 as gamers from all corners of the globe come together for a 24-hour video game marathon raising money to strike a blow against pediatric cancer. Last year, our first year, Extra Life raised more than $120,000 and was put together in just a couple of months. This year, we’re starting early and throwing open the doors of Extra Life to anyone who wants to have fun while making a difference.

Please make plans NOW to join us on October 17th, starting at 8:00am in your local time zone.

Sign up and get ready for a life changing experience! Play Games. Heal Kids.


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