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Coronavirus: Kelowna streamer playing video games to raise funds for Central Okanagan Food Bank – Global News


Dylan St.Onge is gaming for a cause.

As video gamer and streamer St.Onge is turning to his subscribers to help him raise funds for the Central Okanagan Food Bank to help during the COVID-19 world pandemic.

“Gaming doesn’t really have anything to do with food but it is my platform where I can reach as many people as I can,” said St.Onge, Destination Gaming T.V.

“If I could pay for a week of food for a family that would make me happy.”


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The streamer is going to be donating five cents for every like and share of his posts that feature him playing video games until the end of April.


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“Five cents doesn’t seem like a lot but it could work up to a decent amount of money,” said St.Onge.

Since COVID-19 protocols are limiting social interaction, St.Onge is finding he has plenty of extra time to spend on his computer, and now it’s for a good cause.








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