Furax: On Twitch, the fight against gender-based and sexual assault is a success!
Published on 02/27/2023 at 07:14
Furax, a marathon dedicated to the combat of gender-based and sexual assault, was launched this weekend for the first time. The result has been huge.
Furax's key words are collect, inform, educate, and have fun.
Furax, a charity marathon slammed off on the event channel on February 25 and 26 last, was created and organized by Turbojoul and Nat_Ali in order to support a group in its mission to raise as much money as possible, highlight several causes, and offer a good time to viewers.
Furax teamed up with Us All and Game Impact to raise as much money as possible for Elle's Imaginent, a non-profit that assists victims of gender-based and sexual harassment by providing legal help, psychologists, or even lawyers.
The 26 streamers worked throughout the weekend on their own channels, in parallel with a specialized program planned and broadcast on the main channel of the event. We also attended round tables on Twitch, clichés, and the management of cyber-harassment.
A great first edition!
The last moments of the live allowed the jackpot to surpass the 55,000 euro mark, demonstrating the viewer's interest in such a spectacle.
The vast majority of participants reacted immediately, highlighting the operation's success. At the front of the queue, we see Turbojoul and Nat'Alin as equally satisfied as they are exhausted when they return to the air with a €55,070.46 jackpot:
I'm stunned, as I said, "It would be nice to have a charity stream to assist VSS victims," and you gave us 55k.
If you haven't been able to follow Furax throughout the weekend and you want to make a donation, request information, or request assistance, you may still do so via the Elle's Imagine'nt website.