How to watch SGDQ 2022: Twitch stream, schedule, and games
Summer Games Done Quick (SGDQ) 2022 has arrived, so here’s all you need to know about streaming the event.
Taking place semi-annually in Bloomington, Minnesota, SGDQ aims to raise a whopping amount of money for charity.
With a non-stop livestream on Twitch throughout the event, speed-running teams from across the globe will be coming together to compete.
You’ll find everything you need to know about SGDQ 2022 including the livestream, schedule, and the various games that will feature during the tournament.
SGDQ 2022 will be taking place from June 26-July 3. The event will be livestreamed non-stop on Games Done Quick’s official Twitch and you can watch the stream below.
However, you don’t need to worry about missing any updates or the latest wins throughout the livestream. Games Done Quick’s Twitter account will be helping fans keep up to speed with all the latest updates.
A plethora of speedrunning pros will be appearing at SGDQ 2022 and play a wide variety of games throughout the event.
For instance, June 28 will see the likes of KZ_FREW, Ace Delusional, WhiteHat94, and Froob will be putting their skills to the test.
However, you can view the whole schedule for the challenge, including the teams who will be taking part and when they are due to participate, here.
We need to find a way to relax from the epic fighting that MaeTheDKC has brought us with The Pathless! Thankfully SanchoPanda has been locked and loaded jokes for every time we get pulled up this tower! Any Toy Story fans watching this morning?#SGDQ2022 https://t.co/umiMSaefOZ pic.twitter.com/Ok4jUtPf4N
— Games Done Quick (@GamesDoneQuick) June 27, 2022
Games from both the past and present will be making an appearance during SGDQ 2022 ranging from Spyro The Dragon to Elden Ring.
The wide variety of titles that are also fully listed in the event’s schedule as well as the teams who will be playing them. For instance, on July 1 spikevegeta and Nukkuler will be flying through The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Whereas, Can’t Even and mlugg will be playing Portal 2 on July 2.
According to the marathon’s official donation tracker, SGDQ 2022 has already raised $164,716.97 for Doctors Without Borders and with many more events still to come this figure is sure to rocket over the week.