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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Super Mario on the NES that my dad bought. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra Life and Child’s Play Charity, as well. Do you volunteer or support any non-gaming charities? Feed My Starving Children. What made…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? This is hard question to answer, because I have been a gamer since I was nine¬†years old. We are talking the original NES, Super Mario Bros. was always a “go to”, but Legend of Zelda and Contra were overplayed as well.…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Super Mario Bros. 3. It’s the first game I recall beating as a kid. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra-Life. I’ve been team captain of Control Alt Defeat for my third year now and I’m currently…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Has to be Defender, being playing games since kid but if you ask for my favorite game it is Shadow of the Colossus. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra Life. Do you volunteer or support any…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Super Mario RPG. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Only Extra Life, but I do it all the way. I run a team, I’ve been involved with guild leadership since 2013, and I don’t think I’ve gone…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Pong. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra Life. Do you volunteer or support any non-gaming charities? Several local charities. What made you decide to play for charity? When I realized that playing games could help raise…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? The original Legend of Zelda. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra Life. Do you volunteer or support any non-gaming charities? In addition to Extra Life, I do volunteer work for CMN Hospitals – radiothons, etc. What…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Well, this a multiple game answer for me. The very first game I can ever remember playing was Contra with my brother and I was instantly hooked, the skill and ingenuity it took to master that game intrigued me deeply. So…

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We support the gamers who play games and volunteer for charity. BigHeartedGamers.com wants to recognize people who support their communities, locally or at large. What was the game that turned you into a gamer? Either Contra or Punch Out! for the NES. What video game charities do you play or volunteer for? Extra Life! Do you volunteer or support any non-gaming charities? I support various charities hosted through my employer and also donate to charities…

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United #ForTheKids “I’m going. I’m going!” I shouted in a small bar in Denver when I received my welcome email for the first Extra Life United. The bar was empty except for the bartender who continued to wash glasses before the dinner crowd shuffled in. I felt my heart fill just a bit in that moment as I poured over the email several times. It was 2014 when the gaming focused program for Children’s Miracle…

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