Charity group to play Borderlands 2 for 48-hours straight

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 17 November 2011 21:37 GMT

Horde4Charity will be playing Borderlands 2 for forty-eight hours straight on in order to benefit the Skylight Miscarriage Organisation. The event has started now and is being streamed live on Justin.tv with Twitter updates via the Horde 4 Charity account and live blogged on the official Facebook page. Come the end of the event, the nine Scotsmen participating, will finally collapse from sleep deprivation, but hopefully not not until enough donations have been made. If you would like to help out, please be a dear and visit the official webpage for the charity and hit the donate button.

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