Awesome Games Done Quick 2020 Rakes In Millions For Prevent Cancer Foundation

Ruben Fields
January 14, 2020

And in that final Super Metroid run, AGDQ 2020 became the second GDQ in event history to break the $3 million threshold and would later become the record holder.

Awesome Games Done Quick concluded at midnight and sent another record check to charity, with $ 3.13 million raised for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 will be held from January 3-10, 2021, giving people another chance to watch some insane speedruns and donate even more. This year's Awesome Games Done Quickly included speedruns on games like Sekiro, The Legend Of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Bioshock, Marvel's spiderman, The Outer Worlds, Untitled Goose Game, and many more. More than 26 events spanning 10 years, the series has now raised more than $ 25.6 million.

Awesome Games Done Quick 2020 was raising money for the Prevent Cancer Foundation, an organization that aims to "stop cancer before it starts" through research, education, outreach, and advocacy.

You can find the entire speedrun marathon event below (in case you missed any of the aforementioned speedruns). Next year's show will be bigger and better, but we'll have Summer Games Done Quick well before that.

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Summer Games Done Quick will begin June 21-28 in Bloomington, Minnesota. A few events have dipped here and there, but it continues to trend upward.

All the great stuff done during the event can be relived at both the group's official Twitch channel, as well as on YouTube.

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