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Very Charity Scenario: Two 24-Hour Gaming Marathons and a Sleepy Radio Show

We're raising money for for Cancer Research UK because cancer sucks.

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raised of £1,000 target
by 54 supporters

Cancer Research UK

We pioneer life-saving cancer research to help us beat cancer

Charity Registration No. in England and Wales 1089464, Scotland SC041666



We're staying up for 24 hours or more playing video games, and you can watch us! Unless there's an internet-related disaster, you'll be able to view the event on Twitch. 

This year, we're also bringing back the Neko Desu All-Nighter! Neko Desu is a two-hour radio show, broadcast on 107.9FM The Cat, that exclusively plays anime music. For the all-nighter, this two-hour limit is thrown out of the window! 

The last all-nighter was five years ago, so there's no better time for a revival. You can tune in with a radio or online at this URL:


This year's schedule is as follows:

  • Stream 1 (North): 4th November, from 10am until finish
  • Stream 2 (South): 11th November, from 10am until finish
  • Neko Desu All-Nighter 2: Electric Boogaloo: 18th November, from 9pm to 7am

Both of the video game streams will run for at least 24 hours each.

Why are we not being specific about what time they end? For every £200 we raise we'll be adding an extra hour onto each stream, up to a maximum of £1000/5 hours. You have the ability to turn these 24-hour marathons into 29-hour marathons!


Very Scary Scenario is a group of people that like to hang out and play games. We also occasionally get together and make our own. You can find more info on our website,


Everyone from Very Scary Scenario has been affected by cancer in some form. We've lost parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents...  the list goes on. This year, we want to do a little something that fights against cancer.

With your donation we'll be able to help people who can't feasibly stay up for a day playing stupid video games on the internet.

We've done charity streams for the past two years, raising £265 last year and $305 the year before, both during 25-hour gaming marathons. We hope that with your help, we'll be able to raise even more money for good causes!

Thank you, 

Very Scary Scenario