Speedrunning event raise record money for Malala Fund

Flame Fatales and its winter sibling event Frost Fatales, both organised by GDQ’s Frame Fatales community, raised more than $110,835 for the Malala Fund.

Malala Fund

After a week of thrilling runs from over 60 different games, the all-women summer speed running competition Flame Fatales came to an end on August 20. Malala fund raising event raise record money.

Flame Fatales and its winter sibling event Frost Fatales, both organised by GDQ’s Frame Fatales community, raised more than $110,835 for the Malala Fund, a non-profit that aims to ensure free, secure, and high-quality education for girls around the world.

Stardew Valley, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Final Fantasy X, Octopath Traveller II, PokΓ©mon Scarlet/Violet, a three-player PlateUp! run, and Resident Evil Village were just a few of the titles that were played at this year’s event.

Videos of each run are available on Games Done Quick’s official YouTube page for fans to watch.

The Flame Fatales event honours the speed running community’s female and nonbinary gamers.

Additionally, it offers the chance to contribute funds for a deserving cause. No matter their gender, race, or socioeconomic situation, all girls should have access to education, according to the Malala Fund.

Flame Fatales 2023’s popularity is proof of how powerfully it can unite people.

The event succeeded in raising more money than ever before while also increasing public awareness of the value of education for females.

Read More: Benazir Bhutto, Malala Yousafzai honoured by French Magazine

Written by Mahnoor Luqman

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