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Hurricane Harvey Victims to Get Some Help from Video Gamers

September 1, 2017, 6:24 PM UTC

Video gamers will lend their hands to raise funds for people impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Games Done Quick, the organization behind a semi-annual video game tournament for charity, debuted a two-day fundraising tournament on Friday. Unlike the group’s previous tournaments in which people can attend in-person or watch online, the Hurricane Harvey event will be online-only, Games Done Quick said.

The group said any money raised during the event through donations, which begins today at 5 PM EST, will go to the Houston Food Bank to help it distribute food and supplies for those impacted by the hurricane’s devastating toll.

The event will be broadcast from the Amazon-owned (AMZN) Twitch video game streaming service, where viewers can see people play 45 classic video games like Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!, Mega Man X, and Donkey Kong Country 2.

Viewers of the video game tournament will have the option to donate to the Houston Food Bank, chat with other viewers, and cheer for the players attempting to break video game records. The tournament involves players trying to play video games as fast as they can in order to break existing time records.

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Other organizations raising money to aid hurricane victims include the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. That organization debuted a relief fund on Friday seeking to raise $100 million to fund various recovery projects in southeast Texas.