Video gamers will raise millions of dollars in partnership with Doctors Without Borders — watch online here or on gamesdonequick.com!
From June 26- July 3, hundreds of thousands of gamers from around the world are tuning into Twitch to watch video game speedrunners set records while raising funds and awareness for humanitarian medical aid.
Games Done Quick is a series of charity video game marathons, featuring high-level gameplay by speedrunners raising money for charity. Summer Games Done Quick is held every summer in partnership with Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières. This year, SGDQ will be held in-person and online, 24 hours a day, from June 26 – July 3 at gamesdonequick.com.
We are grateful to all SGDQ 2022 corporate sponsors. To learn more about how your company can support Doctors Without Borders, visit our corporate support page.
Summer Games Done Quick raises millions each year to support lifesaving humanitarian aid around the world
As hundreds of thousands of fans stream the live event, speedrunners demonstrate their incredible video game prowess and challenge their audience to raise money for Doctors Without Borders. In exchange, they perform even more impressive in-game feats!
What is speedrunning?
Speedrunning is way of life, a way of playing video games where the only thing that matters is beating the game as fast as possible, and by any means necessary. Any glitches, skips, or tricks that a speedrunner can pull off by manipulating game mechanics are at their disposal—even if it breaks the game! Millions of fans tune into live streams to watch speedrunners each year.