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Netherlands Mr_Bramboy
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09 Jan 2017, 21:52

howlingwolfpaw wrote:Well done!what is that approx 80,000 meals?

I think it was 22 meals per dollar. Do the maths.
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09 Jan 2017, 22:01

good job lads
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Serbia sirmusket
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09 Jan 2017, 22:59

wow, didn't think highly of this event until now, great job :), there were definitely some good games throughout the stream :D
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Netherlands Goodspeed
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09 Jan 2017, 23:21

I was quite surprised when I tuned in today and they had already raised over 1000 :o Well done guys.
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United States of America SirCallen
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09 Jan 2017, 23:22

"Thank you to everyone even the haters and the losers"
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Japan Aizamk
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09 Jan 2017, 23:51

sircallen wrote:I'm so glad I could be apart of this

I'm disappointed in you, chronicler. Being glad you could be apart :cry: and being a part of it are very different :mad:
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09 Jan 2017, 23:54

I renounce my title, if it ever existed, of "chronicler." I'm just a simple man trying to get by in life grammar be damned.
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Australia iNterstellaR
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10 Jan 2017, 00:43

This is amazing, nice work to those involved! I got to tune it for a limited time while at work and really enjoyed it.
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10 Jan 2017, 01:52

sebnan12 wrote:just saying schmauz donated more than gs :p
Disgusting ESOC corruption!
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and don't have nerf hard japan = noob patch2.0
because all more noob player at this patch = noob logic.
or they maybe have boyfriend.(japanese boyfriend fuck your ass them)
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France kami_ryu
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10 Jan 2017, 02:06

1800 raised? For real? I thought it was a joke, but wow, was I wrong.

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New Zealand JakeyBoyTH
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10 Jan 2017, 03:59

Very happy to be part of this.

I everyone, even Jerom donated what a turn-out
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Australia Gear_Head
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10 Jan 2017, 05:23

Awesome work guys! I tuned in for a short while during the graveyard shift and was happy to see the energy was staying up. Go get some well deserved rest and keep up the good work. :)
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Brazil lemmings121
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10 Jan 2017, 09:21

amazing <3

thanks for everyone who donated and played, I hope we can do this again in the future!
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10 Jan 2017, 09:38

Mr_Bramboy wrote:
howlingwolfpaw wrote:Well done!what is that approx 80,000 meals?

I think it was 22 meals per dollar. Do the maths.


I thought it was 2 meals for 22 people.

which is 69,057 meals

for 34,528 people.

well some of that is medical cost as well, but still the value is pretty impressive!
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European Union Interjection
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10 Jan 2017, 09:59

Good work Basement guys!
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Czech Republic EAGLEMUT
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10 Jan 2017, 10:02

It was wonderful, great job!
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Switzerland sebnan12
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10 Jan 2017, 11:23

pointing out also the professionality of u guys during 24h trying the best to raise as much as u can is nothing but impressive.. im not sure if i could stay awake 24 hours infront of a computer to raise up an imortal amounth of money considering we have like 1800 active members.. would be a classic $ by each person.. ofc schmauz goodspeed and other donors made up alot already.. its just crazy u got that money in 24 hours.. well done <3
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Tonga sdsanft
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10 Jan 2017, 16:38

Hopefully we can do it again next year (or sooner!) and raise even more money for another wonderful charity!
Also want to just thank the basement crew, sircallen, site, as well as anyone else who played/casted/watched or donated to this great event.
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European Union Interjection
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10 Jan 2017, 16:40

As much as I love helping charity, these kind of things have an enormous diminishing returns, I think yearly would be optimal for this community (at least by the same people)
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10 Jan 2017, 17:30

Ye right now next year is the plan... For a 48 hour stream!
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United States of America site
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10 Jan 2017, 18:00

Interjection wrote:As much as I love helping charity, these kind of things have an enormous diminishing returns, I think yearly would be optimal for this community (at least by the same people)


Yeah, next year probably in January again.
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Netherlands MCJim
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10 Jan 2017, 20:29

fightinfrenchman wrote:Ye right now next year is the plan... For a 48 hour stream!

I will hold you to your word! 48h, that's a lot XD :flowers:
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Singapore milku3459
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15 Jan 2017, 12:16

MCJim wrote:
fightinfrenchman wrote:Ye right now next year is the plan... For a 48 hour stream!

I will hold you to your word! 48h, that's a lot XD :flowers:


They've probably already forgotten how hard the graveyard shift was :hehe:
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19 Jan 2017, 06:34

fkg great job !
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European Union aaryngend
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19 Jan 2017, 09:00

Interjection wrote:As much as I love helping charity, these kind of things have an enormous diminishing returns, I think yearly would be optimal for this community (at least by the same people)

i agree, helping charities is nice, but what does ESOC get out of it ? Would rather spend this amount scattered among several tournament prize pools.

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