See you at 7PM PST! Check us out on Twitch or right here for the embed!
Schedule of Events (All Times PDT):
10:30PM: Runic Games
12AM: Night Crew!
10:30AM: Cryptic Studios
12PM: Geek and Sundry Games+Giveaway
2PM: Smite Giveaway
4PM: Zombie Studios
5PM: Razer Giveaway
6:30PM: Game Grumps
12AM: Night Crew!
9AM: Warframe Giveaway
11AM: Extra Credits feat. James Portnow
12PM: Telltale Games Hat Giveaway
1PM: Gazillion w/ Dave Brevik
3PM: Grinding Gears Games
4PM: Left 4 Dead 2 Party!
7PM: Stream Ending Party!
It’s here! We’re running Scare to Care 2014 from 7PM PST May 23rd to 7PM PST May 25th! That’s 48 hours worth of horror game live streaming! We’re producing this year’s event with the good folks over at Polaris, so you can expect some awesome guest stars and amazing prizes.
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Expect to hear more from us soon. Stay tuned!
Hey everyone, Vernon here. Just wanted to pass along an email I got from Camp Kesem detailing where this year’s donations are going. S2C is super stoked to have been able to help out this many camps in 2013, and hopes to help even more in years to come!
UCSD will get $5,000, and then each of our new 2013 schools will get $2,000 each (totaling $8k): University of Oklahoma, University of Nebraska, Syracuse University, and USC. They’ve all done a great job this year but it’s always tough to get up and running the first year, so this will give each of them a much needed boost (especially Oklahoma, with all those tornadoes just weeks before camp!).
The remaining $8k or so will go to CK National to support each of these schools through our national leadership development program, and also to help our organizational growth in starting 13 new chapters in 2014!
More updates coming soon! You’re awesome!
After 48 hours of streaming, Scare to Care raised $21,121.21 for Camp Kesem in support of the children of cancer patients. This year eclipsed the previous years by a huge margin. We’re astonished to see our charity grow this much in just three short years and hope to see it become even bigger and even better in the future. Thank you to the Game Station, Maker Studios, and everyone who participated, donated, volunteered, and hung out for making it such a success. Here’s to Scare to Care 2014.
What’s up, everybody?
Scare to Care is still alive. It’s happening this month starting May 24th. We’re working on something big. I can’t say much more.
It’s gonna be good.
Click to view the live stream on Twitch.TV!
Two weeks away, everybody!