The Awesome Game Done Quick 2021 is still a few months away, but its organizers have already decided that the speed-on showcase will be an online-only event due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
According to an update from the official Games Done Quick website, AGDQ 2021 will not feature a live site, as has traditionally been done in previous years. Instead, the program will be broadcast through a studio, in which Speedrunner will participate within their homes.
COVID-19 is a continuing concern for the safety of the community, which we have decided to relocate # AGDQ2021 With the same January 3-10th dates for the same format.
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The game and select volunteer presentations open on September 24!
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AGDQ 2021 will have its planned dates between January 3 and January 10, requesting interested participants to send in their submissions from September 24 to October 4. The full schedule of Speedrunners will be unveiled on 9 November.
Fleet Fatlas is also the next female-moving event in the series, which is online from November 15 to 21. It will raise funds for the Malala Fund, which aims to keep girls in the education system. Amid the ongoing crisis.
Summer Games Done Quick Raised $ 2.3 Million in 2020
The pandemic forced Summer Games Dunn Quick 2020 to appear in an online-only event in August, but even without the energy of a live audience, doctors were able to raise $ 2.3 million to benefit Without Borders Was. The money raised was less than $ 3 million from last year’s SGDQ, but an impressive amount nevertheless gave the changes that SGD 2020 needed to make.
Fleet Fatlas and AGDQ 2021 will be expected to achieve the same success as WWQ 2021, as participants will again have to attract donations for a good cause to push the limits of deadlock in video games.