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Australian Gamers play Borderlands for Child's Play


Do you like Borderlands, Australia and Charity? If you answered yes to all of those, then I've got some news for you!

A group of Australian Gamers are doing a 48 hour run of Borderlands to raise $10,000 for Child's Play. This event is actually backed by 2K games, the developers of Borderlands. Sadly though, the event is almost half over, and only $2,200 has been raised at the time of writing this.

If you'd like to watch the live stream, check it out here. Mind you, they occasionally swear, so brace yourself for that.

Borderlands was a favorite of many people, and a heavy competitor in the 2009 GOTY category by many critics, and was also my 2009 GOTY.



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