United Gamers Coalition (UGC) is a yearly streaming event where members of the gaming community get together to promote tolerance and raise money for Gamers Against Bigotry and bring awareness to our mission to make the gaming community a Safe Space. Come join some awesome community members as we play video games for 48 hours straight! There are prizes to be had! Perks to be earned! Anecdotes to be told!
Checkout these people who are excited for UGC 2013:
Adam Agro is the founder of RedSouthCity, the gaming YouTube channel, and the creator of United Gamers Coalition (U.G.C.). He created U.G.C. to encourage all gamers to have better interactions and enjoy games together. His favorite video game is Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin on the Nintendo DS. Adam is 80% retro and 110% awesome!
Ryan (A.K.A WakeOfOsiris) has been a live streamer for about 2 years and playing many games of the old and new variety. The reason he wanted to participate in this years U.G.C is because he felt that with his and everyones help we can reshape online interactions to make it enjoyable for everyone of all ages the way it was meant to be!
Masterjoe116 is the host of the WiiU-focused, radio show-style stream, the Masterjoe Gamer Show. He recently married another gamer so life is viewtiful. Why UGC and GAB? Everyone has a right to have fun playing video games. Simple as that.
Hutch from Half Empty Energy Tank just started out streaming, but he is a big fan of action games, platformers, and RPGs. He enjoys playing most games and will incorporate a mix in his streams. Except Sonic 06. He supports GAB and UGC because he believes everyone deserves acceptance in our community of gamers regardless of our differences.
Prot8to has been a gamer for almost three decades. He now streams everything from the classics to the current gen and indie titles in just about every genre. His primary focus is in fair and unbiased reviews on YouTube. The reason prot8to joined UGC is to promote gaming as an equal and fun environment for entertainment and to hopefully get rid of hate in multiplayer games.
Cosplayer, reviewer, Let’s-Player, streamer, and all-around happenin’ guy. When he’s not busy being otherwise awesome, SlappyMeats advocates for the legitimacy of gaming as a mature and potentially artistic medium. GAB helps bolster this legitimacy by working to fight the negative impact of an immature vocal minority on the gaming community.