Hyrule Hustlers Zelda Marathon

Mases HagopianFebruary 15th, 2013 by Mases Hagopian

The folks over at Hyrule Hustlers just started their Zelda Marathon. They will performing a multi-day Zelda Marathon playing through 8 Legend of Zelda titles, including all of the major home console releases. The Marathon began early Friday morning and is set to last throughout much of the weekend.

The team will be giving out a selection of prizes and hosting contests as they raise money for the Child’s Play Charity. This charity is very important to us here at Zelda Dungeon and was also our charity of choice last summer when we hosted our own Zelda Marathon. You can go ahead and make the jump to check out the live stream as well as the Press Release from Hyrule Hustlers.

Be sure to head on over to Hyrule Hustlers to participate in the live chat.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Second Annual Hyrule Hustlers: Zelda Marathon Raising Money for Children’s Hospitals

OTTAWA, ONTARIO – February 1, 2013

On Friday, February 15, gamers in Ottawa, Ontario will be hosting the second annual Hyrule Hustlers: Zelda Marathon fundraiser for Child’s Play Charity. Child’s Play Charity provides video games, books and toys to an incredible collection of children’s hospitals all around North America, and around the world.

Hyrule Hustlers is a multi-day charity event broadcasted live on Twitch.tv. The event begins with a group of gamers aiming to complete a selection of games from Nintendo’s popular Legend of Zelda series. Viewers are encouraged to donate to Child’s Play Charity via hyrulehustlers.com. As the donations increase, so too does the length on the marathon. Viewers will have the opportunity to connect and interact with the team directly through the live chat room, as well as social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

All donations are made securely through PayPal, and sent directly to Child’s Play Charity. The Hyrule Hustlers volunteers do not come into contact with any of the donations. In fact, Hyrule Hustlers is funded completely out of pocket. The Hyrule Hustlers donate a significant amount of time and money to support this cause.

The pleasant escape that a video game provides when a child is sick is one that event coordinator Chris Sardinha and his friends know quite well. Whether recovering from illness or injury, mild or severe, they have always enjoyed playing video games. Video games, in effect, offer a respite from the pain and boredom of anything from bedrest to hospitalization.

“Spending time in the hospital can be a frightening for kids,” says Chris. “Knowing that there are toys and video games can help. That’s why the Hyrule Hustlers volunteers are committed to making a child’s hospital stay a little brighter. Child’s Play provides an important service that is often overlooked, one that can change a child’s hospital stay for the better.

The Support that we have received from our friends and family has been incredible. We hope that you will join us for this event, which will most certainly be memorable. Together we can provide happiness for sick children, and help them do what they do best… be kids.”

Watch the event live on the web at www.hyrulehustlers.com starting February 15th at 11 AM EST.

For more information or for interviews, please contact:

Chris Sardinha, Event and Media Coordinator

Hyrule Hustlers

[email protected] | [email protected]


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  • VikzeLink

    I would love to be part of one of these Zelda-marathons some time… problem is I live in Sweden

    • Westar

      Vi får göra oss ett eget, heh…

      • Pendio

        Heheh! Tycker jag också. ;)

  • cursemarkreid

    It’s not your location really. I live in the USA in the deep south and there isn’t anybody who streams anywhere near me.

    • IgosDuIkana

      I am also in the same region as you, although I am a bit more open minded than the usual southerner.

  • Anonymous

    Just one quick question, why is there an xbox controler on ther coat of arms

    • Cmaster

      Its just a universal gaming symbol.

    • Waker of Winds

      Don’t worry about it. It could just have easily been a playstation, wii, or gamecube controller, but most people would recognize an xbox controller.

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