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Leaping Tiger is streaming games for charity this Sunday

29 Mar 17

Wellington based gamers Leaping Tiger is hosting a special stream this Sunday on Twitch to raise money for Starship Hospital. 

Leaping Tiger announced via a press release that the group along with other gamers are streaming for a total of 12 hours on April 2nd, 2017. Donations raised during the stream will help Kiwi kids at Starship Hospital. 

The action starts from noon on Sunday and lasts until midnight. Some of the games being streamed include: Street Fighter V, Overwatch, Destiny, Overcooked, Ultimate Chicken Horse, Glitterman Grove, Mario Kart 8 and Jackbox Games. 

Leaping Tiger has also partnered with the likes of Lenovo ANZ, Media Design School, Xbox NZ, Technation, Ubisoft, Activision, Hell Pizza, PlayStation NZ, and Carnival in order to give out prizes. 

In order to watch the event, you can visit their Twitch page by clicking here. To remind yourself that the charity stream is happening this Sunday, you can click here to get Facebook notifications. Don't be shy on donating because it's going to a great cause!

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