Grab that console and let your gaming network know that you're IN IT for autism!

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How to set up your gaming fundraiser

Running an epic gaming marathon is a lot of fun for you (and your gaming crew), and you can also support people on the autism spectrum

Take part as a virtual team, or go solo. Sign up!

Customise your fundraising page

Spread the word about your gaming marathon.
Ask friends and family to sponsor you

Play your favourite games, live stream via Twitch, YouTube or Mixer and share with your network

Why not tap into your love of gaming to fundraise for Aspect? 

  • Game as a virtual team, or go it alone - it's your choice! 
  • You can go hard and game for a 24-hour marathon, or decide to do it in big blocks of time. 
  • Live streaming is a fantastic way to get your network involved - they can watch you game and donate to your fundraising page. Need help with setting up your steam? Here's an Introduction to Live Streaming.

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Tips to support your gaming marathon

Stay hydrated

Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration, and don't overdo it on the coffee or energy drinks - who wants to go through that slump?! 

Take breaks

Remember to rest your eyes, press pause and catch some zzz's if you need to.

Don't forget to eat

Make sure you have adequate meals - and have some snacks at the ready! 

Move around 

Stretch, shake or have a jiggle to keep your body moving during your marathon.

Have a banter

Chat to your mates throughout - it'll be a lot more fun and will help to keep you sane!

Inspire your network

During your stream, keep your network engaged by posting, chatting and encouraging people to visit your page and make a donation.

12-hour charity stream

Nic, or Bionic XIII, is a father to three amazing kids and chef by trade who loves to play games. On 1 April, Autism Awareness Day, Nic ran a 12-hour gaming charity stream over Twitch playing a mixture of games, with his viewers donating to Aspect. With 452 Twitch followers, Nic fundraised an amazing $329 for Aspect and beat his fundraising goal.