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  1. Hey everyone! I see some folks have posted questions about incorporating their Extra Life donations into their streaming sessions. I figured I'd share an application that I made called the "Extra Life Helper" that does all of the following: Counts down the days until Extra Life if there are three or more days left. Counts down the hours until Extra Life if there are less than four days left. Counts the total hours played if the start time has passed. Continually displays the total amount raised as it changes. Shows new donation alerts as they arrive in real-time. Works in "participant" mode or "team" mode. Donation messages are read with text-to-speech during donation alerts. Adjust the volume for all sound effects and text-to-speech. Occasionally shows the Extra Life and Children's Miracle Network Hospital logos. Supports four color themes and three border styles. Works in XSplit, any flavor of OBS, and any modern browser. Available in English, French, and Spanish. (Download version only) Custom sound effects can be specified for the donation alert. (Download version only) Provides a hook to run custom JavaScript when a new donation arrives. (Download version only) Core functionality and appearance can be modified with little JavaScript experience. NEW! You can now customize the Helper and get a link to paste directly into OBS or XSplit. Downloading and editing files is no longer required! http://breadweb.net/extralife-helper.html The Helper is always available for download if you prefer to run it locally. Running locally is required if you plan on making changes to the source code. Download and setup instructions are available here: https://github.com/breadweb/extralife-helper Hope you find it helpful. If you have any feedback or requests for additional features, please let me know. Good luck with your fundraising efforts! Requirements: Operating System: Windows 10 or macOS Sierra Streaming Software: XSplit Broadcaster 3.0 (Windows) or OBS Studio 20.0.1 (OSX & Windows) Changelog: 11/1/2019 Total raised for participants now includes both donations and pledges (Total raised for teams will also include pledges soon) Fixed a typo in French text copy 10/6/2019 Added Spanish and French language options Added Spanish and French text-to-speech options Fixed a couple minor bugs 3/7/2019 Added volume setting Added support for running remotely Fixed a couple minor bugs and typos 10/21/2018 Added text-to-speech for donation messages Fixed a bug with text rendering 10/5/2018 Added option to perform a test donation 7/8/2018 Updated to work with the newest version of the Extra Life API Fixed a few bugs 11/18/2017 Added donation alerts when running in team mode Added an option to show fundraising goal in addition to amount earned Added an option to suppress alerts Added a "full year" mode for those interested in fundraising 365 days a year Fixed a couple bugs 9/13/2017 Removed Flash plugin requirement! The Helper is now a pure JavaScript application Added display of donation message to the donation alert screen Added the ability to specify custom donation alert sounds Added ability to add custom JavaScript code that can run when a new donation comes in 10/31/2016 Made donation alerts more responsive Added support for marathons lasting longer than 72 hours Fixed issues with transitions 10/3/2016 Added three new color themes to choose from. Added option to change border style. 9/3/2016 Updated to work in the latest versions of XSplit, OBS Classic and OBS Studio. 11/4/2015 Made miscellaneous fixes. 10/14/2015 Added more support for different versions of OBS and operating systems. 10/12/2015 Added support for OBS using the browser plugin. Added support for working on OSX in OBS Multiplatform. Fixed bugs with handling bad requests to the Extra Life API. 10/11/2015 Updated to use new data API. Fixed issues with being unreliable for participants with many donations. Updated the look to adhere to the new Extra Life brand colors. Fixed a few bugs with showing new donations and switching modes. 10/24/2014 Added executable wrapper for use in OBS on Windows. 2nd monitor required. 10/16/2014 Released initial version to the public.
  2. Mindcrack has been one of the longest running organizations supporting Extra Life. Beginning in 2013, the team has raised almost $1 million USD for the kids through their combined efforts. This year, they are around $60,000 USD shy of their overall fundraising mission to surpass $1 million USD. Last year, the Mindcrack team managed to raise a little over $100,000 USD. They have set a goal this year of $200,000 USD and currently sit at $52,991 USD. The team feels very confident that their 48-hour Extra Life stream that begins on October 25 will be what tips the team into their bold new frontier of fundraising. All of your favorite Mindcrack streamers will be involved: Guude Aureylian Arkas Jsano KurtJMac SethBling Sevadus W92Baj OMGChad Mhykol Pakratt Pyro The Mindcrack stream will be sponsored by Marriott International, Asus, MadeGood, and MODX. Additionally, the stream will feature a variety of super-secret surprise guests on the stream for additional commentary. These guests will also appear in the Minecraft Ultra Hardcore matches that the Mindcrack team has been known for. The team behind Mindcrack has been so dedicated to fundraising for Extra Life that some of them have become Extra Life Ambassadors! We featured Aureylian as she geared up for a recent stream to raise money for Children’s Hospital of St. Louis. There’s also Guude, who plays for Duke Hospital in North Carolina. OMGChad raises money for Dallas’ Children’s Medical Center. Finally, Sevadus has been playing for Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children in Hawaii. The stream will begin on October 25 at 12pm CDT with a lengthy pre-show. The stream proper will begin that night at 6pm CDT. Beginning with building games and VR horror games, it will go into the wee hours of the morning with audience involvement activities like Twitch Sings, Jack Box, and more! Saturday the 26th will feature the first Minecraft Ultra Hardcore match strange games like Battleship Twister, and something called “Bob Ross Paint Human Canvas.” The 27th will bring another round of Minecraft Ultra Hardcore, poker, and a spicy challenge before wrapping up with a closing ceremony at 5pm CDT. Be sure to tune into all of the craziness on Twitch or the specially made Mindecrack Marathon website. You can join or support the Mindcrack fundraising efforts on their Extra Life team page. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  3. Mindcrack has been one of the longest running organizations supporting Extra Life. Beginning in 2013, the team has raised almost $1 million USD for the kids through their combined efforts. This year, they are around $60,000 USD shy of their overall fundraising mission to surpass $1 million USD. Last year, the Mindcrack team managed to raise a little over $100,000 USD. They have set a goal this year of $200,000 USD and currently sit at $52,991 USD. The team feels very confident that their 48-hour Extra Life stream that begins on October 25 will be what tips the team into their bold new frontier of fundraising. All of your favorite Mindcrack streamers will be involved: Guude Aureylian Arkas Jsano KurtJMac SethBling Sevadus W92Baj OMGChad Mhykol Pakratt Pyro The Mindcrack stream will be sponsored by Marriott International, Asus, MadeGood, and MODX. Additionally, the stream will feature a variety of super-secret surprise guests on the stream for additional commentary. These guests will also appear in the Minecraft Ultra Hardcore matches that the Mindcrack team has been known for. The team behind Mindcrack has been so dedicated to fundraising for Extra Life that some of them have become Extra Life Ambassadors! We featured Aureylian as she geared up for a recent stream to raise money for Children’s Hospital of St. Louis. There’s also Guude, who plays for Duke Hospital in North Carolina. OMGChad raises money for Dallas’ Children’s Medical Center. Finally, Sevadus has been playing for Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children in Hawaii. The stream will begin on October 25 at 12pm CDT with a lengthy pre-show. The stream proper will begin that night at 6pm CDT. Beginning with building games and VR horror games, it will go into the wee hours of the morning with audience involvement activities like Twitch Sings, Jack Box, and more! Saturday the 26th will feature the first Minecraft Ultra Hardcore match strange games like Battleship Twister, and something called “Bob Ross Paint Human Canvas.” The 27th will bring another round of Minecraft Ultra Hardcore, poker, and a spicy challenge before wrapping up with a closing ceremony at 5pm CDT. Be sure to tune into all of the craziness on Twitch or the specially made Mindecrack Marathon website. You can join or support the Mindcrack fundraising efforts on their Extra Life team page. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  4. Join in the fun tomorrow as one of our most dedicated Extra Lifers kicks off a 12 hour charity marathon! Aureylian will be playing a variety of games (and even doing some live singing!) on her Twitch stream while working to raise $12,000 USD for the kids at St. Louis Children's Hospital. There will be a number of incentives for fundraising including pies to the face, gift packages, and more! If you aren't aware, Aureylian has been participating in Extra Life for the past five years making use of her platform as a Twitch Ambassador to help kids in her local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. She regularly gives key note speeches at TwitchCon, Twitch's PAX events, appears prominently in Mindcrack events, and served as a co-host for MineCon Earth in 2018. Her streaming channel is best known for Minecraft and The Sims, but she also branches out into a variety of FPS games. She even played a part in Michelle Obama's Twitch stream that was held for #CollegeSigningDay alongside Ninja and Anne Munition! Over the past several years, Aureylian has raised over $47,000 USD for the kids at St. Louis Children's Hospital. With her goal this year, she's hoping to reach or surpass the $60,000 USD mark. She boasts a following of over 150,000 on Twitch and just shy of 300,000 on YouTube. She has been one of our biggest supporters, earning her the title of Extra Life Ambassador for 2019. We are so proud to be able to work with such a positive force in the gaming community to build something amazing for children across the United States and Canada. If you are curious about what will be going down on the stream itself, a wide variety of activities are planned. The action will start off with a chill morning stream of the house renovation game House Flipper at 8am PT. Following that, get ready for some spooky fun at 10am PT with a playthrough of a Minecraft adventure set in an eerie realm. Speaking of realms, the latest expansion for The Sims, Realm of Magic, will be up at 12pm PT. Subnautica will be the core afternoon game from 2pm PT until 4pm PT. In the late afternoon and into the evening, Aureylian will be putting her voice to the test with two hours of Twitch Sings where donors will choose which songs she belts out live until 6pm PT. The last two hour segment of the stream will be either Green Hell Game or Resident Evil II depending on whether donors have reached the $5,000 USD incentive mark. There will be plenty of other things popping up on the stream on top of all of that, from guests to incentive breaks to giveaways. It's gonna be a great time! Finally, Aureylian's Twitch stream has been sponsored by MadeGood, a company that produces organic, gluten-free, and non-GMO snacks for kids in a facility free from the 8 common allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, egg, soy, sesame, fish and shellfish. At least one of the prizes being given away during her stream will consist of a MadeGood giveaway. One of the really neat things about this sponsorship is that during the month of October, MadeGood will be donating a portion of their Chocolate Chip Granola Mini Bar sales to support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals! These bars are limited and will only be sold during the month of October, so get 'em while they're hot from most major retailers or online through Amazon or MadeGood itself! If you have any questions about the product, be sure to reach out to MadeGood's social media presence on Twitter: @MadeGoodFoods. Be sure to tune in to Aureylian's Twitch stream any time tomorrow from 8am PT until 8pm PT. Hope we'll see you there! Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  5. Join in the fun tomorrow as one of our most dedicated Extra Lifers kicks off a 12 hour charity marathon! Aureylian will be playing a variety of games (and even doing some live singing!) on her Twitch stream while working to raise $12,000 USD for the kids at St. Louis Children's Hospital. There will be a number of incentives for fundraising including pies to the face, gift packages, and more! If you aren't aware, Aureylian has been participating in Extra Life for the past five years making use of her platform as a Twitch Ambassador to help kids in her local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. She regularly gives key note speeches at TwitchCon, Twitch's PAX events, appears prominently in Mindcrack events, and served as a co-host for MineCon Earth in 2018. Her streaming channel is best known for Minecraft and The Sims, but she also branches out into a variety of FPS games. She even played a part in Michelle Obama's Twitch stream that was held for #CollegeSigningDay alongside Ninja and Anne Munition! Over the past several years, Aureylian has raised over $47,000 USD for the kids at St. Louis Children's Hospital. With her goal this year, she's hoping to reach or surpass the $60,000 USD mark. She boasts a following of over 150,000 on Twitch and just shy of 300,000 on YouTube. She has been one of our biggest supporters, earning her the title of Extra Life Ambassador for 2019. We are so proud to be able to work with such a positive force in the gaming community to build something amazing for children across the United States and Canada. If you are curious about what will be going down on the stream itself, a wide variety of activities are planned. The action will start off with a chill morning stream of the house renovation game House Flipper at 8am PT. Following that, get ready for some spooky fun at 10am PT with a playthrough of a Minecraft adventure set in an eerie realm. Speaking of realms, the latest expansion for The Sims, Realm of Magic, will be up at 12pm PT. Subnautica will be the core afternoon game from 2pm PT until 4pm PT. In the late afternoon and into the evening, Aureylian will be putting her voice to the test with two hours of Twitch Sings where donors will choose which songs she belts out live until 6pm PT. The last two hour segment of the stream will be either Green Hell Game or Resident Evil II depending on whether donors have reached the $5,000 USD incentive mark. There will be plenty of other things popping up on the stream on top of all of that, from guests to incentive breaks to giveaways. It's gonna be a great time! Finally, Aureylian's Twitch stream has been sponsored by MadeGood, a company that produces organic, gluten-free, and non-GMO snacks for kids in a facility free from the 8 common allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, egg, soy, sesame, fish and shellfish. At least one of the prizes being given away during her stream will consist of a MadeGood giveaway. One of the really neat things about this sponsorship is that during the month of October, MadeGood will be donating a portion of their Chocolate Chip Granola Mini Bar sales to support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals! These bars are limited and will only be sold during the month of October, so get 'em while they're hot from most major retailers or online through Amazon or MadeGood itself! If you have any questions about the product, be sure to reach out to MadeGood's social media presence on Twitter: @MadeGoodFoods. Be sure to tune in to Aureylian's Twitch stream any time tomorrow from 8am PT until 8pm PT. Hope we'll see you there! Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  6. Stream your fundraising More Useful tips to help your streaming! The Power of a Bot Using a bot to help share your fundraising page Add a bot to either periodically share a custom message during your stream or to activate a message when a command is typed in the chat. A great way to make sure your viewers know how to donate is to create this command with a message to share your "participant page." Okay, but why? When you share this information in a regular, structured format, people are more likely to donate. If you don't ask for a donation, you're not going to get one. Let your bot ask or share the donation page information while you're in the middle of playing or on-screen shenanigans! There are several bots available and they function in very similar fashions! Have a look at StreamLabs Chatbot, StreamElements Chatbot, Moobot and Nightbot! Feeling stuck? Head over to our Discord channel's "Streaming tips and tricks" section and ask our community for help. Streaming Checklist You've set up your stream, you've tested everything and now you are ready to start playing games and raising money #ForTheKids! Here is a quick checklist to put that final polish on your stream. ☐ Social When sharing Extra Life on social media, be sure to tag @ExtraLife4Kids. Add #EXTRALIFE to social media posts and your stream title. Set your "game" or "tag" to Extra Life on both Twitch and Mixer! Check out the Extra Life media kit. It includes overlays for your stream, graphics, talking points and more! ☐Extensions (Twitch) Add the Extra Life Twitch Extension to make it easy for your viewers to track your fundraising efforts and make their donation through Twitch.tv. Read more (mid-way in article). You can also access additional graphics with the broadcast kit. ☐Asking for Donations Playing games is the easy part, the tough part is asking people to help. Think about how you'll ask for the donation during your stream. What would make you consider to donate? Take a look at our Miracle Stories and share them during your broadcast to help show why our hospitals need these funds. Take a look at these reports from your very hospital to see where the money goes. Check out these fundraising tips from the community and wise words from the founder of Extra Life, @Doc. ☐Why do You "Extra Life"? It all starts with Tori; Extra Life began to help one little girl in Orange, TX. Her story has inspired thousands of people to play games #ForTheKids. Share this video about her life. What's your story? Why do you participate in Extra Life? Do you have a connection to your children's hospital or know someone who does? Need some inspiration? Check out these "Why I Extra Life" stories! This basic streaming primer should get you well on your way to streaming and sharing Extra Life online! Be sure to swing by our official Discord for additional tips and tricks! Additional Donation Alert Resources: Use these awesome trackers from the community! Extra Life Stream Helper from @bread_man Extra Life Donation Tracker from @djotaku For additional resources check out this guide! When you're ready for more, head over to Twitch's Creator Camp!
  7. PAX West, the annual gaming convention held annually in Seattle, Washington, will be happening this weekend, and we'd love to see you there! This year, the event runs from August 30 through September 2. We've got several initiatives that will be of interest to people attending the show in person or observing from afar. Here's everything you need to know about Extra Life at PAX West 2019! We will, of course, have a dedicated Extra Life booth at the event. PAX West will feature a stellar area run with the invaluable support of the Seattle Extra Life Guild. Not only that, but Kennedy, a miracle child from Seattle Children's Hospital and member of the Seattle Guild, will be on hand on Sunday with her father to say hello, too. The people working the booth are volunteering their time to register participants, collect donations, and confirm when attendees share about Extra Life on social media. Doing each will net attendees distinct buttons, while doing all three will get attendees a sweet enamel pin. We are so incredibly thankful for our volunteers, without whom none of this would be possible, and our words can't do them justice. If you are attending the show in person, KontrolFreek has organized an Extra Life scavenger hunt! After visiting KontrolFreek's booth to obtain a punch card, attendees will need to track down the Astro, Gunnar, and Extra Life booths to fill it out. Once the card has been filled, head back to the KontrolFreek booth to enter to win a neat prize that will change daily. For those who won't be able to attend in person, there's still a chance to get your hands on something truly special. We have a customized Extra Life DXRacer chair for this event! We are incredibly excited about it. Both show attendees and Extra Lifers who aren't at PAX West will be able to bid on the chair via an eBay. Keep an eye on our social media channels for the announcement that bidding is live! On top of that, Extra Life will be included in an official PAX West panel. The talk, titled Gaming for "Charity: Inspiring Through Play," will be held in the Sandworm Theater. The panelists include Extra Lifer TheOnlyRyann, I Need Diverse Games' Tanya DePass, Twitch's Jon Brence, Child's Play's Erick Blandin, and our own senior manager of community Lou Adducci. The discussion will get into the nitty-gritty of fundraising and community building necessary for people to do the most good with their gaming efforts. The panel begins at 12pm and goes until 1pm. Be there or be square! Finally, TwitchCon 2019 is on the horizon, September 27-29. It's time to start getting hyped because, on top of all the usual awesome stuff, DonorDrive will be hosting a charity streaming area called the DonorDrive Charity Arcade. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has been selected as one of the premier charities that the arcade will raise money for during TwitchCon. Extra Life will be there representing Children's Miracle Network Hospitals with the human claw machine we debuted at E3 earlier this year. Attendees will be able to grab free prizes as they dangle above a pit of mystery prizes, suspended by a huge claw machine. Don't miss us if you're planning on attending! Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  8. PAX West, the annual gaming convention held annually in Seattle, Washington, will be happening this weekend, and we'd love to see you there! This year, the event runs from August 30 through September 2. We've got several initiatives that will be of interest to people attending the show in person or observing from afar. Here's everything you need to know about Extra Life at PAX West 2019! We will, of course, have a dedicated Extra Life booth at the event. PAX West will feature a stellar area run with the invaluable support of the Seattle Extra Life Guild. Not only that, but Kennedy, a miracle child from Seattle Children's Hospital and member of the Seattle Guild, will be on hand on Sunday with her father to say hello, too. The people working the booth are volunteering their time to register participants, collect donations, and confirm when attendees share about Extra Life on social media. Doing each will net attendees distinct buttons, while doing all three will get attendees a sweet enamel pin. We are so incredibly thankful for our volunteers, without whom none of this would be possible, and our words can't do them justice. If you are attending the show in person, KontrolFreek has organized an Extra Life scavenger hunt! After visiting KontrolFreek's booth to obtain a punch card, attendees will need to track down the Astro, Gunnar, and Extra Life booths to fill it out. Once the card has been filled, head back to the KontrolFreek booth to enter to win a neat prize that will change daily. For those who won't be able to attend in person, there's still a chance to get your hands on something truly special. We have a customized Extra Life DXRacer chair for this event! We are incredibly excited about it. Both show attendees and Extra Lifers who aren't at PAX West will be able to bid on the chair via an eBay. Keep an eye on our social media channels for the announcement that bidding is live! On top of that, Extra Life will be included in an official PAX West panel. The talk, titled Gaming for "Charity: Inspiring Through Play," will be held in the Sandworm Theater. The panelists include Extra Lifer TheOnlyRyann, I Need Diverse Games' Tanya DePass, Twitch's Jon Brence, Child's Play's Erick Blandin, and our own senior manager of community Lou Adducci. The discussion will get into the nitty-gritty of fundraising and community building necessary for people to do the most good with their gaming efforts. The panel begins at 12pm and goes until 1pm. Be there or be square! Finally, TwitchCon 2019 is on the horizon, September 27-29. It's time to start getting hyped because, on top of all the usual awesome stuff, DonorDrive will be hosting a charity streaming area called the DonorDrive Charity Arcade. Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has been selected as one of the premier charities that the arcade will raise money for during TwitchCon. Extra Life will be there representing Children's Miracle Network Hospitals with the human claw machine we debuted at E3 earlier this year. Attendees will be able to grab free prizes as they dangle above a pit of mystery prizes, suspended by a huge claw machine. Don't miss us if you're planning on attending! Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  9. Earlier this month, Ashley Gorecki toured Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. While there had been many changes in the years since she had last walked those halls, the place still held a special place in her heart. She lives in a different state now, but she's never forgotten the hospital that saved her life. When she was four years old, Gorecki spent 18 weeks with doctors scrambling to diagnose her affliction. As her condition worsened, doctors finally discovered that she had a condition called Septic Arthritic Hip and sent her in for immediate surgery. She doesn't remember much from that time, not the surgery or much more than bits and pieces from the recovery. However, she treasures memories of the time she spent playing in the halls of the hospital, riding around with her mother, and the view of the sunny sands and beaches from the play area on the rooftop. Above all, Goreck recalls the care she received from the doctors at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. With their help, she was able to endure and thrive in the hospital following her surgery, the time she spent under the care of an at-home nurse, and wearing the "dolphin box" - an IV pack that made squeaking noises. "I was a sick kid," she explained, "but I was still able to be a kid." Life has taken Gorecki interesting places. She now works as a graphic designer and uses her spare time to create arts and crafts. She felt inspired by her grandmother, a skilled seamstress that left her in awe. Under the tutelage of her grandmother, she learned the ins and outs of sewing machines and learned how to crochet from her aunt. Her mother passed on her enthusiasm for crafting by handmaking the majority of their Christmas ornaments as well as a passion for painting. In high school, she picked up photography, a skill that has stuck with her ever since. All of that has now come together in a brand called A Hare Affair, a handmade crafting circle that aims to pass on a bit of Gorecki's passion to the rest of the world. She does this through her Twitch channel where she streams her artistic endeavors and brings other crafters together from across the planet. "I was raised by a mother who never stopped giving, even if it was all she had. As I got older, I continued to want to do something for the hospital that helped my family so much," says Gorecki. "We watched all the telethons while I was growing up and I had grand plans for doing something to help other kids who are going through what I went through." That attitude brought her to a place where she uses her platform as a crafting livestreamer to raise money for Extra Life. So far, under her streamer name, AHareAffair, Gorecki has raised almost $4,500 for the kids at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. In 2019 alone, she's sitting at an incredible $2,815 as the captain of her Extra Life team, The Carrot Patch! You can support Gorecki and the kids at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital by donating to her AHareAffair Extra Life fundraiser. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart, the tip of my crochet hook, and from the big dent in my left hip! Let’s do something good together!" - Ashley Gorecki Remember, you can be a hero like Ashley by signing up for Extra Life today and helping sick and injured kids in hospitals across the US and Canada!
  10. Earlier this month, Ashley Gorecki toured Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida. While there had been many changes in the years since she had last walked those halls, the place still held a special place in her heart. She lives in a different state now, but she's never forgotten the hospital that saved her life. When she was four years old, Gorecki spent 18 weeks with doctors scrambling to diagnose her affliction. As her condition worsened, doctors finally discovered that she had a condition called Septic Arthritic Hip and sent her in for immediate surgery. She doesn't remember much from that time, not the surgery or much more than bits and pieces from the recovery. However, she treasures memories of the time she spent playing in the halls of the hospital, riding around with her mother, and the view of the sunny sands and beaches from the play area on the rooftop. Above all, Goreck recalls the care she received from the doctors at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. With their help, she was able to endure and thrive in the hospital following her surgery, the time she spent under the care of an at-home nurse, and wearing the "dolphin box" - an IV pack that made squeaking noises. "I was a sick kid," she explained, "but I was still able to be a kid." Life has taken Gorecki interesting places. She now works as a graphic designer and uses her spare time to create arts and crafts. She felt inspired by her grandmother, a skilled seamstress that left her in awe. Under the tutelage of her grandmother, she learned the ins and outs of sewing machines and learned how to crochet from her aunt. Her mother passed on her enthusiasm for crafting by handmaking the majority of their Christmas ornaments as well as a passion for painting. In high school, she picked up photography, a skill that has stuck with her ever since. All of that has now come together in a brand called A Hare Affair, a handmade crafting circle that aims to pass on a bit of Gorecki's passion to the rest of the world. She does this through her Twitch channel where she streams her artistic endeavors and brings other crafters together from across the planet. "I was raised by a mother who never stopped giving, even if it was all she had. As I got older, I continued to want to do something for the hospital that helped my family so much," says Gorecki. "We watched all the telethons while I was growing up and I had grand plans for doing something to help other kids who are going through what I went through." That attitude brought her to a place where she uses her platform as a crafting livestreamer to raise money for Extra Life. So far, under her streamer name, AHareAffair, Gorecki has raised almost $4,500 for the kids at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. In 2019 alone, she's sitting at an incredible $2,815 as the captain of her Extra Life team, The Carrot Patch! You can support Gorecki and the kids at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital by donating to her AHareAffair Extra Life fundraiser. "Thank you from the bottom of my heart, the tip of my crochet hook, and from the big dent in my left hip! Let’s do something good together!" - Ashley Gorecki Remember, you can be a hero like Ashley by signing up for Extra Life today and helping sick and injured kids in hospitals across the US and Canada! View full article
  11. It appears that Nintendo will no longer be trying to shake money out of streamers and video creators. The company has announced that they are changing their policy on what is and is not acceptable use of their games on various media platforms like YouTube and Facebook. You can read the full list of changes along with a Q&A section for clarifications on the Nintendo website. "We are humbled every day by your loyalty and passion for Nintendo's games, characters and worlds, and respect that you want to be able to express yourself creatively by sharing your own original videos and images using content from our games," reads the opening of their statement on the matter. A list of the changes to Nintendo's policy with some explanations and expansions: "You may monetize your videos and channels using the monetization methods separately specified by Nintendo" - so far these include the ones included below: Facebook - Facebook Gaming Creators, Facebook Level Up Program Niconico Douga/Niconico Live - Niconico Creators Program, Niconico Channel OPENREC.tv - OPENREC Creators Program Twitch - Twitch Affiliate Program and Twitch Partner Program Twitter - Amplify Publisher Program YouTube - YouTube Partner Program. "We encourage you to create videos that include your creative input and commentary. Videos and images that contain mere copies of Nintendo Game Content without creative input or commentary are not permitted." - Basically, you can create Let's Plays, walkthroughs, and more as long as you aren't just reposting Nintendo content or silently playing through the game (though there's a strange caveat to that last point that allows people to post gameplay and screenshots if they use the built-in system features like the capture button on the Switch). "You are only permitted to use Nintendo Game Content that has been officially released, or from promotional materials officially released by Nintendo (such as product trailers or Nintendo Directs)." - DON'T SNITCH "If you want to use the intellectual property of a third party, you are responsible for obtaining any necessary third-party permissions." - Nintendo doesn't have time to secure other companies permissions for some of its products, aint no one got time for the legality of other companies. "You are not permitted to imply or state that your videos are officially affiliated with or sponsored by Nintendo." - Pretty simple. None of that, "My uncle works at Nintendo so I am sponsored by Nintendo!" malarkey. "We reserve the right to remove any content that we believe is unlawful, infringing, inappropriate, or not in line with these Guidelines." - This translates roughly to mean that they can still put copyright strikes on videos that they feel stray too far from these guidelines. Basically, the changes they announced mean that people will finally be able to stream and make videos about Nintendo games and receive the full revenue from those videos, which should be great news to all of the gaming creators out there. This represents a big change from the Big N's attempt to capitalize on their fandom by automatically monetizing video content featuring its games on YouTube and pocketing the revenue - a system it updated in 2015 with its Nintendo Creators Program that offered participants 60-70% of the revenue from their videos. It remains unclear at this time whether this means the Nintendo Creators Program will disappear entirely or evolve into something different. Honestly, this is pretty awesome. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  12. It appears that Nintendo will no longer be trying to shake money out of streamers and video creators. The company has announced that they are changing their policy on what is and is not acceptable use of their games on various media platforms like YouTube and Facebook. You can read the full list of changes along with a Q&A section for clarifications on the Nintendo website. "We are humbled every day by your loyalty and passion for Nintendo's games, characters and worlds, and respect that you want to be able to express yourself creatively by sharing your own original videos and images using content from our games," reads the opening of their statement on the matter. A list of the changes to Nintendo's policy with some explanations and expansions: "You may monetize your videos and channels using the monetization methods separately specified by Nintendo" - so far these include the ones included below: Facebook - Facebook Gaming Creators, Facebook Level Up Program Niconico Douga/Niconico Live - Niconico Creators Program, Niconico Channel OPENREC.tv - OPENREC Creators Program Twitch - Twitch Affiliate Program and Twitch Partner Program Twitter - Amplify Publisher Program YouTube - YouTube Partner Program. "We encourage you to create videos that include your creative input and commentary. Videos and images that contain mere copies of Nintendo Game Content without creative input or commentary are not permitted." - Basically, you can create Let's Plays, walkthroughs, and more as long as you aren't just reposting Nintendo content or silently playing through the game (though there's a strange caveat to that last point that allows people to post gameplay and screenshots if they use the built-in system features like the capture button on the Switch). "You are only permitted to use Nintendo Game Content that has been officially released, or from promotional materials officially released by Nintendo (such as product trailers or Nintendo Directs)." - DON'T SNITCH "If you want to use the intellectual property of a third party, you are responsible for obtaining any necessary third-party permissions." - Nintendo doesn't have time to secure other companies permissions for some of its products, aint no one got time for the legality of other companies. "You are not permitted to imply or state that your videos are officially affiliated with or sponsored by Nintendo." - Pretty simple. None of that, "My uncle works at Nintendo so I am sponsored by Nintendo!" malarkey. "We reserve the right to remove any content that we believe is unlawful, infringing, inappropriate, or not in line with these Guidelines." - This translates roughly to mean that they can still put copyright strikes on videos that they feel stray too far from these guidelines. Basically, the changes they announced mean that people will finally be able to stream and make videos about Nintendo games and receive the full revenue from those videos, which should be great news to all of the gaming creators out there. This represents a big change from the Big N's attempt to capitalize on their fandom by automatically monetizing video content featuring its games on YouTube and pocketing the revenue - a system it updated in 2015 with its Nintendo Creators Program that offered participants 60-70% of the revenue from their videos. It remains unclear at this time whether this means the Nintendo Creators Program will disappear entirely or evolve into something different. Honestly, this is pretty awesome. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  13. Google has announced a new initiative called Project Stream that aims to smoothly stream HD video games to players via the company's Chrome internet browser. This would mark one of the biggest attempts Google has made to enter the gaming market thus far, especially if it turns out to be a successful alternative for third party developers and publishers looking to release a typically console-focused games to a larger audience. It would also mean that most devices capable of a steady internet connection and running Google Chrome could be turned into gameplay streaming hubs. The ambition of this endeavor is striking, but also faces some significant hurdles. Specifically, consistently running smooth, HD graphics via stream poses pretty big problems using current technologies. The requirement of high-speed broadband internet could limit the availability of Project Stream for people in the general market as will the need to be close to Google's data centers (for now). Latency has long been another factor holding streamed games back from reaching their full potential in the United States with its lagging internet infrastructure. Finally, part of Project Stream will be dedicated to figuring out exactly how costly running such a service might be to Google. If it can figure out a way to make the tech work and it finds a market among gamers, the floodgates will open for Google-powered services to take on gaming applications like Google's Cloud or Daydream VR equipment. It would also offer the chance for Google to enter the digital game storefront business, competing directly with the likes of Steam and Good Old Games for exclusives and sales prices. Those who find the idea intriguing and are 17 years or older can sign up for a beta trial of the service which will allow those selected to stream Assassin's Creed Odyssey to Google Chrome. There will be no charges for the beta though they do recommend an internet connection that holds at 25Mbps download speeds. The test will start on October 5 and the number of participants will be limited. This seems pretty neat and, if you have a solid enough internet connection, a good way to possibly play Assassin's Creed Odyssey for free. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  14. Google has announced a new initiative called Project Stream that aims to smoothly stream HD video games to players via the company's Chrome internet browser. This would mark one of the biggest attempts Google has made to enter the gaming market thus far, especially if it turns out to be a successful alternative for third party developers and publishers looking to release a typically console-focused games to a larger audience. It would also mean that most devices capable of a steady internet connection and running Google Chrome could be turned into gameplay streaming hubs. The ambition of this endeavor is striking, but also faces some significant hurdles. Specifically, consistently running smooth, HD graphics via stream poses pretty big problems using current technologies. The requirement of high-speed broadband internet could limit the availability of Project Stream for people in the general market as will the need to be close to Google's data centers (for now). Latency has long been another factor holding streamed games back from reaching their full potential in the United States with its lagging internet infrastructure. Finally, part of Project Stream will be dedicated to figuring out exactly how costly running such a service might be to Google. If it can figure out a way to make the tech work and it finds a market among gamers, the floodgates will open for Google-powered services to take on gaming applications like Google's Cloud or Daydream VR equipment. It would also offer the chance for Google to enter the digital game storefront business, competing directly with the likes of Steam and Good Old Games for exclusives and sales prices. Those who find the idea intriguing and are 17 years or older can sign up for a beta trial of the service which will allow those selected to stream Assassin's Creed Odyssey to Google Chrome. There will be no charges for the beta though they do recommend an internet connection that holds at 25Mbps download speeds. The test will start on October 5 and the number of participants will be limited. This seems pretty neat and, if you have a solid enough internet connection, a good way to possibly play Assassin's Creed Odyssey for free. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  15. That's right ATL community, we're hosting an official Extra Life ATL Game Day 2018. Laptop, PC, console, and tabletop gaming will be available to unite to support our local kids. Stay tuned for ticket details!
  16. Fortnite has been consistently gaining popularity in recent months. The free-to-play Battle Royale game mode has captured the attention of streamers and celebrities alike. That led to the surprise team up between rapper Drake and Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. The two have streamed together on multiple occasions while racking up huge viewership numbers. In a recent stream, Ninja encouraged Drake to include references to Fortnite in his next album. Drake responded saying, "It has to happen, it's just gotta be the right way. Someone's gonna do it. Someone's gonna pull it off. I say when Epic gives me the emote, when Epic gives me the Hotline Bling emote, I'll do it." He added a bit jokingly, "Until then, I'm on strike." So, there you have it! Epic Games' lack of a Hotline Bling emote is the only thing standing between Drake and a Fortnite themed rap or album. Would a Fortnite album be something you'd listen to or is it too strange? View full article
  17. Fortnite has been consistently gaining popularity in recent months. The free-to-play Battle Royale game mode has captured the attention of streamers and celebrities alike. That led to the surprise team up between rapper Drake and Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins. The two have streamed together on multiple occasions while racking up huge viewership numbers. In a recent stream, Ninja encouraged Drake to include references to Fortnite in his next album. Drake responded saying, "It has to happen, it's just gotta be the right way. Someone's gonna do it. Someone's gonna pull it off. I say when Epic gives me the emote, when Epic gives me the Hotline Bling emote, I'll do it." He added a bit jokingly, "Until then, I'm on strike." So, there you have it! Epic Games' lack of a Hotline Bling emote is the only thing standing between Drake and a Fortnite themed rap or album. Would a Fortnite album be something you'd listen to or is it too strange?
  18. Hey everyone! Do you stream your game play or creative adventures? Are you looking for a game day stream to watch? Here are the channels for our guild members! If you're interested in adding your channel to the directory, feel free to post a link below or PM me and I'll be glad to add you to this post! https://www.twitch.tv/corposant - Streaming World of Warcraft https://www.twitch.tv/moremoba - Streaming Multiplayer Online Battle Arena games https://www.twitch.tv/mieuu - Streaming cosplay construction https://www.twitch.tv/dizzydizaster - Streaming Paladins, Runescape, Overwatch, The Sims 4, indie games, etc. https://www.twitch.tv/dialupinator - Streaming Halo https://www.twitch.tv/latetothetable - Streaming board games https://www.twitch.tv/iluffhomer - Streaming World of Warcraft, League of Legends, Counter-Strike https://www.twitch.tv/redk1 - Streaming Forza, Rocket League
  19. Greetings everyone! For those of you who will be streaming for Extra Life on November 4th, this thread is to provide resources for streaming. While many streamers utilize multiple streaming applications, I wanted to create a place to provide help documents for working with streaming apps. If you're just getting started with streaming, this thread will hopefully be a place for you to request help, read documents that provide instructions on how to easily set up your stream for Extra Life. For those members in our guild who regularly stream, and have experience with the various streaming apps (XSplit, OBS, Bebo, etc) it would be great if we can start compiling all of this knowledge into documents to help our guild members succeed on Twitch when streaming for Extra Life.
  20. ExtraLifeTO is on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/extralifeto This channel has been created to allow streamers within our guild and community to showcase their passion for gaming as well as spread the word about Extra-Life, SickKids and our guild. We're looking for people who would be interested in participating by streaming their content on a scheduled basis. If you're interested in helping out with either streaming, moderating or help out in any other way, comment below! There's also been discussion about streaming during our 24-hour game day marathon. If you're also interested in that, speak up. We'll discuss details at a later guild meeting, closer to the event. Can also join our Discord channel for further discussion on streaming: https://discord.gg/TsyX3Wv (link never expires)
  21. If you've decided to start streaming for Extra Life and are using XSplit, then you might want a little help adding some Extra Life flair to your broadcast. By adding an Extra Life overlay and Donation alert, you can further engage your viewers in donating and becoming aware of why we play games #ForTheKids! First, get familiar with using XSplit! If you haven't used this broadcasting application, you should download it and then take a look at their Getting Starting guide. (https://www.xsplit.com/broadcaster/getting-started-guide/) Once you download and log into your XSplit software and complete the "Getting Started" guide, you will want to add an overlay to one of you scenes. The overlay is a great way to tell people that you are playing for Extra Life! You can download the items from Broadcaster Kit and Media Kit at https://www.extra-life.org/mediakit. Add an overlay to your XSplit broadcast software Now that you have your overlays, find the "Scene" you want to add your Extra Life overlay to and select "Add" at the bottom of the application > Media File > search for and open the recently downloaded overlay for Extra Life > click a corner to resize/reposition if necessary. Add the Extra Life Alert extension to your XSplit broadcast software To add the Extra Life alert, go to "Extensions" (top menu) > "Get more extensions" > select "Show Sources" icon (to the left of the "plug" icon) > find and select the "Extra Life Alert" > "Install" > close the plugin windows and go back to your main broadcasting screen. Now find the 'Scene" you want to add the alert box to > click "Add" > "Widgets" > "Extra Life Alerts". Click, drag and resize/reposition the alert box as you see fit > right click on the "Extra Life Alert" box > select the 'Extra Life Alert" tab on the next window > input your "Participant" or "Team" id (you can find this by going to your Extra Life participant page and grabbing the number at the end of the URL after the "=" ) > select and alert sound > check "Show Donation Alert" if you want the box to display a recent donation as if occurs > "Test Alert" to see it in action! Now your stream viewers can see your Extra Life pride, your current donation total and hear/see alerts when donations are made! Have a favorite overlay, alert or widget you use for streaming for Extra Life? Let us know in the comments below!
  22. If you've decided to start streaming for Extra Life and are using XSplit, then you might want a little help adding some Extra Life flair to your broadcast. By adding an Extra Life overlay and Donation alert, you can further engage your viewers in donating and becoming aware of why we play games #ForTheKids! First, get familiar with using XSplit! If you haven't used this broadcasting application, you should download it and then take a look at their Getting Starting guide. (https://www.xsplit.com/broadcaster/getting-started-guide/) Once you download and log into your XSplit software and complete the "Getting Started" guide, you will want to add an overlay to one of you scenes. The overlay is a great way to tell people that you are playing for Extra Life! You can download the items from Broadcaster Kit and Media Kit at https://www.extra-life.org/mediakit. Add an overlay to your XSplit broadcast software Now that you have your overlays, find the "Scene" you want to add your Extra Life overlay to and select "Add" at the bottom of the application > Media File > search for and open the recently downloaded overlay for Extra Life > click a corner to resize/reposition if necessary. Add the Extra Life Alert extension to your XSplit broadcast software To add the Extra Life alert, go to "Extensions" (top menu) > "Get more extensions" > select "Show Sources" icon (to the left of the "plug" icon) > find and select the "Extra Life Alert" > "Install" > close the plugin windows and go back to your main broadcasting screen. Now find the 'Scene" you want to add the alert box to > click "Add" > "Widgets" > "Extra Life Alerts". Click, drag and resize/reposition the alert box as you see fit > right click on the "Extra Life Alert" box > select the 'Extra Life Alert" tab on the next window > input your "Participant" or "Team" id (you can find this by going to your Extra Life participant page and grabbing the number at the end of the URL after the "=" ) > select and alert sound > check "Show Donation Alert" if you want the box to display a recent donation as if occurs > "Test Alert" to see it in action! Now your stream viewers can see your Extra Life pride, your current donation total and hear/see alerts when donations are made! Have a favorite overlay, alert or widget you use for streaming for Extra Life? Let us know in the comments below! View full article
  23. Stream your fundraising More Useful tips to help your streaming! The Power of a Bot Using a bot to help share your fundraising page Add a bot to either periodically share a custom message during your stream or to activate a message when a command is typed in the chat. A great way to make sure your viewers know how to donate is to create this command with a message to share your "participant page." Okay, but why? When you share this information in a regular, structured format, people are more likely to donate. If you don't ask for a donation, you're not going to get one. Let your bot ask or share the donation page information while you're in the middle of playing or on-screen shenanigans! There are several bots available and they function in very similar fashions! Have a look at StreamLabs Chatbot, StreamElements Chatbot, Moobot and Nightbot! Feeling stuck? Head over to our Discord channel's "Streaming tips and tricks" section and ask our community for help. Streaming Checklist You've set up your stream, you've tested everything and now you are ready to start playing games and raising money #ForTheKids! Here is a quick checklist to put that final polish on your stream. ☐ Social When sharing Extra Life on social media, be sure to tag @ExtraLife4Kids. Add #EXTRALIFE to social media posts and your stream title. Set your "game" or "tag" to Extra Life on both Twitch and Mixer! Check out the Extra Life media kit. It includes overlays for your stream, graphics, talking points and more! ☐Extensions (Twitch) Add the Extra Life Twitch Extension to make it easy for your viewers to track your fundraising efforts and make their donation through Twitch.tv. Read more (mid-way in article). You can also access additional graphics with the broadcast kit. ☐Asking for Donations Playing games is the easy part, the tough part is asking people to help. Think about how you'll ask for the donation during your stream. What would make you consider to donate? Take a look at our Miracle Stories and share them during your broadcast to help show why our hospitals need these funds. Take a look at these reports from your very hospital to see where the money goes. Check out these fundraising tips from the community and wise words from the founder of Extra Life, @Doc. ☐Why do You "Extra Life"? It all starts with Tori; Extra Life began to help one little girl in Orange, TX. Her story has inspired thousands of people to play games #ForTheKids. Share this video about her life. What's your story? Why do you participate in Extra Life? Do you have a connection to your children's hospital or know someone who does? Need some inspiration? Check out these "Why I Extra Life" stories! This basic streaming primer should get you well on your way to streaming and sharing Extra Life online! Be sure to swing by our official Discord for additional tips and tricks! Additional Donation Alert Resources: Use these awesome trackers from the community! Extra Life Stream Helper from @bread_man Extra Life Donation Tracker from @djotaku For additional resources check out this guide! When you're ready for more, head over to Twitch's Creator Camp! View full article
  24. A member of the Good4Gaming stream team, Isa_Kole, will be streaming on our twitch channel ( https://www.twitch.tv/good4gaming) on 6/13 at 7PM CST. She will be talking about her experiences streaming for charity efforts and provide details on things that have and have not worked for her while trying to raise donations. She will also be answering questions, so if you are new to the exciting world of charity streams please consider stopping by and saying hello. And for anyone interested in joining a Stream Team, our only requirement to join Good4Gaming is a yearly charity stream, so if you are here you most likely already qualify. We currently have a team of 33 streamers raising money for Extra Life, Able Gamers, Special Effect, Operation Supply Drop, and many more. If you are interested fill out the form at http://tiny.cc/TeamG4G and we will contact you. thanks, Dave
  25. Hello everyone!! I want to start streaming the phone game app called summoner wars but I do not know what is a good way from streaming from my tablet to twitch. Can you please help me out? I have a Samsung Galaxy tab E just tab E not the SE. please help!! Thank you Jenny
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