Destructoid Editor Jim Sterling hopes to raise $5,000 for charity for Sarcastic Gamer’s upcoming Extra Life marathon, and he’s offering a bonus if he does.
Sterling promises that if he reaches his goal, he will play SingStar, Sony’s popular karaoke game, for 24 hours straight and do it live on the web. From his post:
Just think about this for a moment. That’s twenty-four hours of singing. If we exceed $5000 by a significant amount, I’ll even take requests. You might be able to force me to sing Total Eclipse of the Heart for an entire hour…
Think about it — I might die. If you want to be able to tell your grandkids that technically you killed Jim Sterling, then give, give, give and make your dreams a reality.
The Extra Life marathon takes place on October 18th. From Sarcastic Gamer’s website:
On Saturday October 18th, 2008 gamers from around the world will come together for 24 hours to raise money and awareness for the cause of pediatric cancer. Cancer is the number one cause of non-accidental death in children. Together, we’re going to stand with the families from around the world who come to Texas Children’s Cancer Center in Houston, Texas for lifesaving treatment. Texas Children’s Cancer Center serves kids worldwide regardless of their family’s ability to pay. This generous philosophy means that your support is crucial to ensuring not only the development of new cutting edge cures, but also to provide care to kids from all corners of the globe.
GP: It’s gonna be like a train wreck. I know I should look away, but… Anyway, I’ve signed up. Anyone else in? Click here to make a pledge.