Game Over Dementia

Game over Dementia Hero
Console yourself. It's time to say game over to dementia.

Host your streaming event to help beat dementia

Calling all pros, noobs, campers and clans. However you define yourself when gaming, we're asking you to come together and support people affected by dementia. Mobilise your online community and spread the word!

Host a gameathon, stream an online tournament with your friends or add gruelling challenges and rules to you favourite game. It's up to you. 

Sign up today, pick a date for your event and get planning. We're on hand to help every step of the way.

Together, we can say game over to dementia.

Why do we need your help? 

There are over 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK and this is estimated to rise to 1 million by 2025. In the UK someone develops dementia every three minutes, this means that by the end of a two hour stream 40 people will have developed dementia. 

While there is no currently no cure for dementia we believe that everyone has the right to live well. Our vision is a world without dementia but until there is a cure we will continue to fund research, support and care for people living with dementia. We can't do this without your support. 

Our 480 June challenge has now ended! 

Thank you so much to everyone who joined the grind and raised vital funds through their gaming event. While we're still waiting for all the final donations to flow in, we can let you know that you've helped to raise an incredible £14,000 in June alone! You're all MVP's to us.

We'll now be organising any GOD merchandise to be sent out in July to anyone who achieved the milestones below. We want to get this right first time round, but if we miss anything just get in touch and let us know. You can find our email at the bottom of the page. 

Level 1: £50 raised - Game Over Dementia stickers

Level 2: £100 raised - Game Over Dementia mug

Level 3: £200 raised - Game Over Dementia cap

Level 4: £300 raised - Game Over Dementia T-shirt

Got a question or having issues with the jargon?

Send us an email and we'll be happy to help! Email our team at [email protected]