DICE community manager runs charity stream for children in SA

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Daniel Matros, global community manager at DICE has started his own charity stream in order to raise money for the TLC children’s home in South Africa. The charity stream however, isn’t connected to his employers in any way, just the result of a compassionate gamer.

Daniel MatrosThe 26 year old, Daniel Matros will stream different video games and documentary movies through his Twitch TV channel, from where people watching can donate to this charity. Matros is a part of a partner program that Twitch TV has, the program shows advertisements and every time revenue is generated from this, the revenue flows directly into the charity fund for TLC. The funds will be donated for the purpose of supplying this children’s home with enough money to pay for school fees.

As Matros has a special lady friend in Johannesburg, he travels to South Africa often, and plans to deliver all funds raised in person and create some video footage to accompany the event.

TLC Children’s home: tlc.org.za

Twitch TV Charity Stream: Twitch TV

The next streaming event will happen on Sunday, 3 March at 22:15 CET.

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Last Updated: March 1, 2013

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  • Saurian

    Well that is awesome. Good guy Matros

  • Sir Rants-a-Lot Llew

    That’s awesome actually

  • Tetsuo

    Great stuff!

  • Sir Captain Rincethis

    Now that is damned awesome. Good one man.

  • matthurstrsa

    We need more people like this. Great stuff! Finally some good news this week.

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