Indie Land is a 36 hour charity live stream hosted and presented by Jirard Khalil The Competionist and his team over at That One Video Gamer.
The stream is about the celebration of indie games, with a focus on indie developers. This stream will feature youtubers, streamers, indie developers, and even some celebrities. The goal this year is to raise 50,000 dollars and there are plenty of incentives.
One of the guest developers this year is Thierry Boulanger who is the director behind The Messenger from Devolver Digital which is one of the many games being played on the charity stream.
Indie Land starts today at 9am and streams continuously for 36 hours.
#IndieLand is starting at 9am PDT in order to raise money to help the fight against dementia.
The event will kick off with @sabotoy and @JKCompletesIt sharing their passion for games and will go on all weekend with lots of awesome guests
Watch & give here: https://t.co/v5oOFpFjUi pic.twitter.com/GQOumnO8mH
— The Messenger (@messengergame) August 17, 2019
The Open Hand Foundation was established in 2003 by Charles Khalil (Jirard’s Dad) in an attempt to help raise awareness around dementia while funding research. For the last 16 years, the foundation has been working with the UCSF Memory and Aging Center (MAC) to not only help with research and prevention, but to provide aid for families who’ve found out a love one has been diagnosed with Dementia.
The Open Hand Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization.
This year, Indieland is partnering up with Chrono.GG. The revenue split from each game purchased from their site goes back to the developers and to The Open Hand Foundation.
The following games are available for purchase:
- Guacamelee 2
- Moon Hunters
- The Shrouded Island: Sunken Sins
- Overcooked 2
- Katana ZERO
- My Friend Pedro
- Gato Roboto
- Death Squared
- The Messenger
- Shattered Planet
Donating $10 USD or more enters you into a raffle. It could be a game code, a physical game, or any other various items donated by our various sponsors.
Check out the stream to see some amazing indie titles here.