It was an epic finish for the Summer Games Done Quick speedrun marathon event on Sunday.

With just one last game to go — a six-hour Chrono Trigger 100% glitchless run played on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System — viewers were able to raise more than US$3 million in donations, with the bulk of it coming in during the speedrun by veteran RPG runner Puwexil.

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The streamer kept audiences entertained throughout the run, and also explained the how and why things were done a certain way throughout the six hours that he played the game, with help from the commentators on the couch. He remained calm even as the hype of breaking the US$3 million mark approached, and finished off the game with a 100% completion.

The money raised by Games Done Quick during the seven-day event will benefit Doctors Without Borders, an international medical humanitarian organization that provides aid in nearly 70 countries. There were over 141 games played, and 32,815 donors for a total of US$3,000,7142 raised.

You can catch the full Chrono Trigger run below or hop to the Games Done Quick YouTube channel for the entire playlist of games.

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