Fall Guys developer Mediatonic will be hosting a 24 hour livestream this Friday to raise money for UK-based charity Special Effect.
The event is being hosted in conjunction with GameBlast, a weekend of charity gaming events aiming to raise money for Special Effect. There’s a lot more than just a solid day’s worth of chasing Crowns across obstacle courses and through survival stages planned, though.
Giveaways will take place throughout the event, and we’ll get some reveals for the upcoming futuristic-themed Fall Guys Season 4. So far we've only seen the new Skyline Stumble level, but more could be unveiled during the show. Anyone who watches will also get the chance to access an as-yet unreleased costume for the game.
We're doing a 24-hour Fall Guys Stream!— Fall Guys 4041 SOON (@FallGuysGame) March 11, 2021
It starts this Friday at 2pm (GMT)
We'll have lots of @Mediatonic people jumping in and out while Alan plays for a solid 24 hours
We'll have lots of surprises while we aim to raise money for @GameBlast and @SpecialEffect pic.twitter.com/UpqksqHZcP
Mediatonic’s developers will be dropping in and out throughout the 24 hours, but the team’s video production manager Alan Campbell will be enjoying (read: suffering) through the full 24 hours in the name of charity. The team already worked to raise $1m for Special Effect by hosting a competition to add skins into the game.
Special Effect is a charity which helps disabled gamers across the globe enjoy our favorite hobby. By creating bespoke controller setups, Special Effect aims to open up access to video games to everyone. You can find out more about the charity or donate in advance by heading to their website.
The stream will take place on the Mediatonic Twitch channel, starting at 2 PM GMT (6 AM PT / 9 AM ET), so cast your eyes over there this Friday, March 11 to watch it unfold and donate to a good cause.