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24-Hour Gaming Marathon – July 8th 9am BST

Last year the Rebel Scum Marathon raised over £500 for Macmillan Cancer Support. This year there are even more of us getting together to stream our effort playing some great games and make something fun to take part in and watch.

In 2017 our charities supported are Winston’s Wish (the childhood bereavement charity – and Macmillan Cancer Support (supported by their Macmillan Game Heroes initiative –, and throughout the 24 hours, those watching the stream can join in by voting for either charity on our website.
Most of us raising the money have been affected by either bereavement in our childhoods, or cancer in our loved ones, so we believe strongly in these two charities and hope that you could give generously to these causes through our fundraiser.

The entire stream can be enjoyed at

From here, you can watch the primary twitch stream, as well as a selection of other live streams from a number of other Rebel Scum gamers, so you can get a different perspective on your favourite games! The site also offers a chatroom to chat with us while we play. Feel free to jump onto the site and check in on us in various sleep-deprived states throughout the day and night.

The games currently shortlisted are:
Minecraft (for which we have a very fun custom map prepared)
Jackbox Games (in which you, the audience can participate)
Rocket League (our favourite sport in which cars hit balls)
GTA Online (with some crazy racetracks created by Rebel Scum)
Nidhogg (epic swordfighting tournament throughout the day)
There may be more confirmed closer to the time. A schedule will also be released soon)

The Rebel Scum 2017 are:
Helen Anderson
Jacob Read
James Price
Jason Vowels
Khoi Nguyen
Mike Skeates
Monty Kimball-Evans
Nate Sanger-Davies
Peter Kimball-Evans
Ryan Hutchings

Please donate to the event and help us beat cancer, and support grieving children.

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