Lost Odyssey: Champions is a from-home streaming event free to the general public. From April 2nd to the 4th, see big names compete in a live-stream of favorite tabletop game Dungeons and Dragons.
Treehouse, a charity helping foster children, is holding a live stream benefit on Twitch the first week of April. Each day, the audience will see a new team telling a new chapter in the story. As the story progresses, you and friends watching can donate to the cause. Big names like True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello and Deborah Ann Woll will participate in helping weave the tales.
All donations to Lost Odyssey: Champions will go towards helping foster kids pay rent. They’ll also be given grocery gift cards to combat hunger, in addition to cellphones and laptops, to aid in job hunting. It will also provide them with access to clothing, hygiene products, and personal online tutors, and other valuable resources. Through the continued support of the Treehouse charity, foster children will get the resources they need to thrive.
Despite being a tabletop game for most of its history, the Dungeons and Dragons tile is still popular. There still remains more than 30 million players from all corners of the Earth. And with the COVID-19 crisis, everyone’s current focus, watching Lost Odyssey: Champions from the comfort of home may be a welcome change. The last time Lost Odyssey held an event, everyone sat at the same table. While it will be a DnD game, everyone will be playing from their own homes.
You’ll be able to catch this event from April 2nd to April 4th, streaming at twitch.tv/GameStop. Streaming will take place from 11 am to 8 pm PT. Will you be tuning in to watch the world of Dungeons and Dragons unfold in Lost Odyssey: Champions? Let us know in the comments!
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