‘His Life Was A Speedrun: Dream And Technoblades Dad Reminisce To Rally Funds For Cancer Research

‘His Life Was A Speedrun: Dream And Technoblades Dad Reminisce To Rally Funds For Cancer Research

Since the news of Technoblade's death on June 30, 2022 after losing his battle with cancer, the gaming community, closest friends and family have continued to mourn his loss and celebrate his legacy. In another touching yet powerful tribute, Minecraft superstar and likeable Technoblade rival Dream has teamed up with Technoblade's father to raise awareness and funds for cancer.

The duo stream live from Dream's YouTube channel in a video titled "Remembering Technoblade (ft. Techno's Dad)". Throughout the video, the two share many stories about the Minecraft legend and reflect on all of his incredible accomplishments, urging fans to donate to the Sarcoma Foundation and purchase Technoblade merchandise to support cancer research. and the Technoblade family.

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"Since Techno's death, we've been talking and communicating about how to do our best and raise as much money as possible," Dream says at the start of the video.

The couple reflect on their lives, their legacies, and their many memories as Minecraft stars. They discussed the Technoblade's impressive array of gaming abilities and its performance at events such as the MC Championship (MCC), Minecraft Mondays, and MrBeast Dream vs Technoblade.

But beyond his gaming experience, the father of Technoblade and Dream shows how Technoblade has had a much deeper impact on people's lives in ways that go beyond gaming.

"I knew techno had a big following," Technoblade's father said. "What I didn't understand and still don't understand is how much it seems to mean so much to people in a way that has nothing to do with PvP or funny jokes."

"I've seen so many people say, you know, 'Technoblade got me through some really tough times in my life' and...I don't know, I'm so proud of him and humbled and grateful to everything. the world," he told Technoblade. Dad said.

In less than a day, the video grossed an incredible amount, raising over $47,000 for the Sarcoma Foundation.

"I think most people know someone who's had cancer," Dream says. "I think the best thing we can do is show a lot of support and raise awareness."

The couple ended the live stream with a hug, before promising more awareness and fundraising events for the future. Dream rejected the idea of ​​teaming up with multiple creators to raise money for a giant gaming contest to honor Technoblade's cancer research so fans have more opportunities to support the legend's legacy of Minecraft in the future.

Technoblade's life may have been what his father called a "speed race", but the legacy he created and his impact are timeless.


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