HOW TO PLAY GAME DAY
Whether you’re a hardcore or casual gamer on PC, console or just play on your mobile there are so many ways you can get involved and raise funds for game-changing breast cancer research.
Planning your Game Day can be as simple as setting yourself a challenge and sharing fundraising content online, on your Social Media channels (Twitter, Discord, Instagram, Facebook), or offline, in real-life conversations.
Set yourself a speed-run challenge, dress your avatars in pink skins in Valorant or League of Legends, beat every Berserker or the Valkyrie Queen boss in God of War: Ragnarok without taking a hit, get as many gym badges in Pokémon Violet/Scarlet or defeat as many players as you can in Pokémon Unite, bake your mum’s cookie recipe or play her favourite game on a Just Chatting live stream, build a pink-coloured island on Minecraft or a cottage on Stardew Valley, host a pink-themed Dungeon & Dragons campaign or try rolling as many D-20s as you can!
Register today, connect with your passionate community, and join the Quest to Zero Deaths this Game Day - together we can create a future without the fear of breast cancer.
Whether you stream regularly or are keen to give it a try, you can stream on Twitch or YouTube. We’ve got custom overlays, donation goals and everything you need to support game-changing research.
WATCH, SUPPORT, DONATE
Even if you don’t play games, you can still make a difference! Support your friends, your family, and of course your favourite streamers by watching them play games and donating to their fundraising page.
Don’t play video games? You can still make an impact! Host a tabletop tournament, hold a D&D campaign or swap collectible cards for a donation. Dye your hair pink on a Just Chatting stream once you've reached your milestones or just play on mobile.
Are you part of an esports team or a crew on Twitch? Invite your friends or team mates to register for Game Day too and brainstorm fundraising ideas, host a stream train, subathon, or just compete to raise the most for game-changing research.
HOST A WATCH PARTY
Host a virtual or IRL watch party with a donation to join. Watch your favourite streamers, esports teams, matches or tournaments and have fun while you raise money for game-changing breast cancer research.
CONNECT AND INSPIRE
Gaming connects friends, family, colleagues and community. Sharing your story can make a connection that has a real impact. Share your WHY for research today and inspire others to join the Quest for Zero Deaths!
PLAN YOUR GAME DAY
Gather your friends, family, or Discord community and play your favourite games. Play together online or organize a tournament or event offline. Set challenges for every donation milestone reached and give an awesome price to the best player.
STEPS TO FUNDRAISING SUCCESS
Embed your Twitch channel on it, post game highlights to it, share it from your mobile via your QR code or just post the URL to it on social media - your fundraising page is your most useful tool to share your story, keep track of donations and spread the word.
Share your plans on social media or Discord, tell your mates, your colleagues, your family and announce it at school. Refer a friend and get them to join Game Day too because growing a team is the easiest way to make a bigger impact and have more fun!
Holding a Game Day is great, but raising money will make a REAL impact. Share your page with as many people as you can and say why it's important to you. Your community wants to support you so don't be afraid to be direct and ask for an donation!
If you’re on a roll, think bigger. Could you host a 24-hr gaming marathon, a big virtual event with your community or a Game Day at your workplace? Would your workplace match your donations? It's up to you, let your imagination run wild and have fun with it!
YOUR COMMUNITY CAN HELP YOU MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE
Meet Game Day hero, xSnel.
xSnel is part of the Pokemon Trading Card community and raised an incredible $2205 on Twitch by opening limited edition gold shield card packs and auctioning off the most collectible cards to his highest donors.
"My nan was diagnosed with breast cancer this year so it means the world to me that a community as small as ours was able to achieve such a huge goal..."
You can visit xSnel's channel on Twitch here.