A high school graduate in Maryland is raising money for cancer research by playing video games. Theo Lazarou has held two 24-hour virtual gaming marathons in which viewers donate to support Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. The streams involve “speedrunning,” which is when a gamer tries to break records by completing games as fast as possible. Lazarou has so far raised two-thousand-dollars for cancer research. The streamer plans to host another speedrunning fundraiser this winter while he attends the University of Maryland as a freshman.