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As the event of 2020 was so successful, fun and made a big differece, we just had to do it again. Stream of Hope Season 3 is finally here, and this year we aim even higher!

Stream of Hope is a global charity event with the purpose of raising awareness and funds to fight childhood cancer. Starting 19th of October 2021, streamers will gather followers and gamers to, collectively, make a significant impact on childhood cancer reduction. Ending up on 11th of December, with a 24-hour livestream featuring some of the most beloved names in the community – playing with and alongside you.

- Last year over 70 streamers came together and raised over $70 000 with help from over thousands of donors. It was absolutely mind blowing to see the gaming community come together to make a real impact for affected children and their families, says Nathalie Hillerström, project manager at the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund.  

Like last year, Stream of Hope will be hosted on the streaming platform Twitch. During the 24 hours, the livestream will feature gameplay, interviews, tournaments, competitions and much more. Not only did last year’s streamers raised tens of thousands for critical research and support to families, but they also asked how to contribute even more. They asked, and we listened. This year’s Stream of Hope launches today and enables creators to start fundraising from Oct 19th to boost their fundraising campaigns up until the Stream of Hope festival Dec 11th.

The goal is to raise 200 000 euro, money that will help fund childhood cancer research and to ensure that affected children, teens and their families receivethe care and support they need.

About Stream of Hope

  • Is a 24-hour charity stream on the Twitch platform.
  • Will be held December 11th
  • Gathers some of Sweden's and Europe's largest streamers.
  • Aims to raise 200,000 euros to fight childhood cancer.
  • Is a concept developed together with Frame.

About childhood cancer

  • In Sweden, one child is diagnosed with cancer every day.
  • Childhood cancer is the most common cause of death in the ages 1-14 in Sweden.
  • 85 percent of children afflicted with cancer in Sweden survive. But the survival rate varies depending on diagnosis.
  • 7 out of 10 survivors are afflicted with long term side effects.
  • The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund is the largest financier of childhood cancer research in Sweden.

Stream of Hope is a global charity event with the purpose of raising awareness and funds to fight childhood cancer. Stream of Hope will be live the 11th of December, featuring more than 80 of the most beloved names in the community – playing with and along side you.‍

Are you ready?

Play Games. Save Children.
Join Stream of Hope now!