Thank you for putting up with the sticky post for the last month, last night marks one of the most amazing community accomplishments of my life. We raised well over £4000 for Special Effect, made largely possible due to TWTD's promotion and community for kicking off the fundraiser. TWTD users contributed over £150 of the final total before it started, people were comfortable donating to the cause in the greatest 24 hours of my life.
Thanks to the people on here who also showed up to the stream and cheered us on, as well as donating more during the course of the night.
My name is WKJ, otherwise known as http://www.twitch.tv/WKJezz and I spend a lot of time in space playing Elite Dangerous by Cambridge based Frontier Developments.
As an ambassador of Elite Dangerous for Frontier Developments, and close to Twitch Partner, I am given unique opportunities to use the platform I have to make money for good causes.
On the 28th Aug - 29th Aug 2020 (9:30AM), I will be doing a 24 hour stream in aid of Special Effect, a UK charity setup to provide people of all ages with accessibility needs a chance to games and feel more connected and part of the world.
The aim of the stream is to raise over £750, a sum that could buy flexible fixings to enable a correct and firm hold of controller, joystick extensions, to potentially enable greater control, and/or deliver adaptive gaming setups as well as other specialist equipment.
If you can afford to, we would appreciate it if you would be able to visit our campaign link at https://tiltify.com/@wkjezz/operation-redeye (please include TWTD in the comment if you donate so I can attribute a total to TWTD)
I appreciate 2020 has left many of us tight, and in a difficult position, so if you can not afford to donate, visiting our Twitch link on the 29th August, even if the tab is muted, will increase our visibility on the platform and potentially source more donations from your "lurk".
I appreciate any help you can give, and as always COYB!
Nout else to do but to let those that like to tell it how it is, show us how its done. Remember though, friends and family come before political lines, time for some to make amends get on with our own lives and hope that the fear and smear are just huff and puff.
I know there are a few out there who enjoy this title from our lovely local developers, but was curious if you explored this with VR? I am currently doing a course on VR development so naturally decided the best way to spend my time is play rather than spend time with course material.
Curious to know what peoples experience are, currently renting a VR headset for the duration of this course and naturally instantly want to consider buying the thing because it is great being a child in the form of man.
For those with a prime account that has a bit of an itch for footie, and don't shill out for BT or Sky, Amazon debuts their Premier League month of coverage tonight.
3/12/19 Burnley V Man City Palace V Bournemouth
And yet probably more tasty is tomorrow's offerings Man U v Spurs Liverpool v Everton Leicester v Watford Chelsea v Villa Wolves v Wet Spam
Seems the pundits are Danny Higgingbottom, Eni Aluko, Jermaine Jenas, Clinton Morrison and Karen Carney on quite a relaxed backdrop. I have faith the coverage might actually seem down to earth and no nonsense.