Guest Details — A Critical Cause 24 Hour Charity Stream — April 28th
We’re excited to announce the guests for A Critical Cause: Gamers for Mental Health, the charity stream supporting mental health initiatives in Winnipeg!
Where to Watch: Twitch.tv/CriticalCauseFund
Stream Start: 12 p.m. CST April 28th
Stream End: 12 p.m. CST April 29th
Guests and Interviews
There are so many amazing local guests joining us this year. We’ll be talking to them about their mental health experiences, what they’re working on, and playing some games! It’s going to be a blast.
Adrian Cheater — CTO, Complex Games
Danelle Cloutier — Producer, CBC
Dan Vadeboncoeur — Fanquest Organizer
Chip Damage — Winnipeg’s Fighting Game Community
Griffin Jenkins — MDAM Director of Education and Youth Services
Extra Life Winnipeg
Daniel Voth — Admin and Organizer at the Winnipeg Game Collective
Dylan Fries — Co-founder of Winnipeg Game Jam and the Winnipeg Game Collective
Jennifer Aarhus — The Winnipeg Foundation
Tee Demetrioff — CMHA Representative
Kyente — Partnered Twitch Streamer and Rabbit Enthusiast
RuthAnne aka @Bunheadwhat — Twitch Winnipeg Co-Founder and Kyente Enthusiast
Shawn Bernard — Streamer, Developer, All-Star Extra Lifer
Colton DeVos — Marketing & Communications Specialist And Rad Dad
Jon Pirrie — StoryUp Games
Scott Billeck — NHL.com
Matt Woelk — Winnipeg Game Developer
Josh Jaques — Winnipeg Game Developer
That’s all the guests we have confirmed for now, but there are still a few more guest slots open if you’d like to join us! Check back here for details!
A Critical Cause is a yearly charity event and community fund run by, and for, people in Winnipeg who have struggled and are struggling with mental illness.
We want to make a difference in our city with better programs and resources to make living with mental illness something that doesn’t stop people from achieving their true potential.
Every year we put together a 24 hour charity stream with amazing guests, crazy giveaways, and a ton of fun. We band together as gamers to raise money for mental health initiatives in Winnipeg, and to talk about mental health in a safe and honest way.
Learn more at http://criticalcause.org