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Submitted by Nintenuendo 1379d ago | videocast

Week-Long Star Wars Gaming Marathon for Direct Relief International

The charity gaming group thespeedgamers.com is currently hosting their annual week-long charity marathon. This year they will be playing 168+ hours of any and every Star Wars game they can get their hands on, all the while raising money for Charity.

100% of funds raised go to Direct Relief International, a disaster relief organization which does work all over the world, including the relief efforts in Japan, and tornado relief in the US.

There will be raffles and auctions for various Star Wars games and memorabilia, and other various contests and stunts. The marathon will end at 6pm CST, July 15. (Casual games, Culture, GameCube, Industry, LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, Star Wars, Star Wars Republic Commando, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360)

Credit url: thespeedgamers.com

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