SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Know any gamers? You know those people who seem addicted to video games?
Admit it, sometimes they drive us crazy, but before you stop them, let them know they can use those skills for good.
They can help sick and injured kids through the Children's Miracle Network. On Nov. 2, they can be a part of Extra Life, a videogaming event to benefit the Children's Hospital at Memorial.
"The extra life gaming initiative is wonderful in that the gamers in the community can sign and ask for support and your aunts, uncles, grandmothers, and grandfathers can pledge a $1 at a time and the gamers can come on and participate and support and all of the money goes back to the Children's Hospital at Memorial," explains Kelly Claxton, Children's Miracle Network Director for the Children's Hospital at Memorial.