Donate Money for a Great Cause, fourzerotwo Style

By Chris Guzman

September 21, 2010

The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles has reached out to what seems to be the last member of Infinity Ward, Robert Bowling aka fourzerotwo, to be a part of a 24 gaming marathon where he’ll be playing for you guessed it, 24 hours, for an amazing cause. No, not achievements people, the children. Looks like Children’s Hospitals all around the country are asking players and developers, famous and non-famous, to be a part of the this marathons in order to raise as much money as possible. Robert Bowling will be playing to try and reach his goal of $5000 for his gaming run. To be a part of it, whether it be running your own marathon, or simply donating money through the charity directly, hit the source link for a jump over to Robert’s page for more information and some links.

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Chris Guzman

An avid gamer since birth, I consider myself a new-age gamer. My first system was the N64, but the first system I really cared about was my Xbox Original. I'm a computer science major in college, and spend all my money on games, and stuff I don't need. I've never played Zelda or many Mario games in my youth. I'm also a huge sports fan, and a chick flick lover. My favorite games include Gears of War, Halo, Fallout, GTA, Mass Effect, and Metal Gear Solid.

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