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Voyboy Holds 24-Hour Charity Stream for Suicide Prevention

Sometimes Esports can be Non-Toxic

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NA LCS retired veteran Joedat Voyboy Esfahani has been out of the competitive stage for almost 3 years, with his most recent run being with the defunct NA organization Team Curse. Voyboy went on to briefly own and manage his own short-lived Esports organization, Team Frostbite. He now mostly keeps to himself, and spends most of his time streaming League of Legends for his fans on Twitch. You may remember him from this cross-promotional video that Riot did with the NBA back in 2014.

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Voyboy and Positivity

Voyboy is making waves on the online LoL community because of his recently concluded 24-hour long chairty stream in support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The NA LCS vet encouraged viewers and fans to not subscribe to his twitch channel during the event, and focus all of their efforts on the charity donations. The stream ended with a total of 31,371USD for the foundation. People would think that streaming League of Legends for 24 hours straight would be challenging enough, but Voyboy actually went to the donation site and read out each individual message from the donors.

Congratulations to Voyboy for an amazing charity stream event, and for all of his viewers and fans who helped donate to the great cause. This is just the most recent example of a positive impact of Esports in our world.

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