A YouTuber is attempting a 24 hour GT Sport charity stream for a second time
What could you do in 24 hours? There are a vast number of things you could do in that timeframe, but playing and livestreaming GT Sport for 24 hours straight in the name of raising money for charity (for the second time) is what Jason - aka GametechUK - is doing next month.
Last year, Jason raised a staggering £3,319.70 for the Demelza Hospice for Children in Kent, England - a charity that provides specialist care to children with life threatening illnesses. This year, he hopes to exceed that amount and is keen to get the community involved as much as he can.
As mentioned in the announcement video above - the livestream will take place from Saturday 15th June at 6pm (GMT) and will carry on until the same time on the Sunday. Jason will race non-stop for the 24 hours using the Circuit De La Sarthe track in GT Sport - in a public lobby as well, meaning that people can come and go as much as they please.
Further details about the livestream will be released by Jason in the coming days. If you haven't done so already, subscribe to his channel and turn notifications on to stay up to date with any announcements and uploads.
This is a great idea for an even better cause. When we hear about stories of children who have terminal illnesses, and with our national health service struggling to provide care for these kids - it's great to know that Demelza are providing life prolonging treatment and residential care to families who desperately need the support. Even if we all donated a pound or two, it would help these children in prolonging their lives and giving them the treatment they need to ensure that their families have precious time to spend with them.
I will link the JustGiving page when it becomes available.
(Demelza House Children's Hospice - Charity Registration No. 1039651)