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blurb=The upcoming Pokemon Marathon starts December 17th at 6:00PM Central and will run for 3 days (72 Hours). They will be playing through Gen I and Gen II of the Pokemon series while raising money for the ALS Association (Lou Gehrig's Disease) (http://www.alsa.org/) }}
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The upcoming Pokemon Marathon starts December 17th at 6:00PM Central and will run for 3 days (72 Hours). They will be playing through Gen I and Gen II of the Pokemon series while raising money for the ALS Association (Lou Gehrig's Disease) (http://www.alsa.org/)
 
   
TheSpeedGamers have been streaming video game marathons for over a year to raise money for various charities. In total they have raised over $240,000 dollars and played 21 marathons. They have raised over $10,000 in their Kingdom Hearts, and have made multiple news appearances.
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[[Image:TSGlogo.png|thumb|The group's logo]]
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{{bp|The Speed Gamers}} will begin their third Pokémon marathon March 11th at 6PM Central, raising money for the {{wp|ALS Association}} (Lou Gehrig's disease). The Texas-based group will attempt to catch all 251 Pokémon available in the first two generations within 72 hours.
   
During the marathon, viewers will have multiple contests to win various prizes. Some are contributed by TheSpeedGamers' community members.
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The Speed Gamers have been streaming video game marathons for over two years to raise money for various charities. In total they have raised over $240,000 and played 21 marathons. The group has made multiple news appearances.
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During the marathon, viewers have the chance to win multiple prizes, some of which are donated from members of the TSG community. Such prizes usually include rare promotional goodies no longer available for purchase.
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==References==
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* [http://www.thespeedgamers.com The Speed Gamers]
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* [http://www.alsa.org/ ALS Association]

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The Speed Gamers will begin their third Pokémon marathon March 11th at 6PM Central, raising money for the ALS Association (Lou Gehrig's disease). The Texas-based group will attempt to catch all 251 Pokémon available in the first two generations within 72 hours.

The Speed Gamers have been streaming video game marathons for over two years to raise money for various charities. In total they have raised over $240,000 and played 21 marathons. The group has made multiple news appearances.

During the marathon, viewers have the chance to win multiple prizes, some of which are donated from members of the TSG community. Such prizes usually include rare promotional goodies no longer available for purchase.

References