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Games Done Quick has released the full schedule for Flame Fatales, an all-women summer speedrunning event organized by its Frame Fatales community. The weeklong event will run August 15-21 and will be broadcast on the Games Done Quick Twitch channel.

The event will feature speedruns and gameplay showcases across a wide variety of genres, including:

  • A 15-card run of Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories by Skybilz
  • A Warframe speedrun by KrusKader
  • An expert run of Tetris Effect Connected by Kirby703

Fans of tough-as-nails platformers should also mark their calendars for Fell’s run of Quickie Mountain 2 (an ultra-hard mod of Celeste) as well as euni and Frozenflygone’s no-out-of-bounds race of VVVVVV.

Flame Fatales 2021 will be held in support of Malala Fund, a non-profit that works to secure free, safe, and quality education for girls around the world. In 2020, Flame Fatales raised over $80,000 for the charity.

Since 2010, Games Done Quick has partnered with some of the world’s most impactful charities, including AbleGamers, Doctors Without Borders, Organization for Autism Research, and Prevent Cancer Foundation, all while bringing people together to cheer on the best speedrunners and gamers in the world. To date, Games Done Quick events have raised over $34 million in total for charity.

About Games Done Quick

Games Done Quick is a series of charity video game marathons. These events feature high-level gameplay by speedrunners raising money for charity. Games Done Quick has teamed up with several charities in its ten-year history, including Doctors Without Borders and Prevent Cancer Foundation. To date, Games Done Quick has raised over $34 million for charity.

About Malala Fund

Malala Fund is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead. Malala Fund advocates for resources and policy changes needed to give all girls a secondary education invests in local education activists and amplifies the voices of girls fighting for change.

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