Child Stream Fortnite 10 hours for day to pay his father’s cancer treatment

A young streamer from Canada has for the past 5 days been streaming Fortnite for 10 hours straight in a bid to raise funds for the treatment of his father, who has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Rectal Cancer.

zyITV said on Twitch that if his dad did not undergo Chemotherapy, he would die within a year and the donations would help him survive for at least 3 years with a 20 percent probability of beating it.

“My father was diagnosed with stage 3 rectum cancer on Septemer 14, 2018. His cancer spread to his lungs and liver which brought him to stage 4 cancer. He is currently undergoing chemotherapy. These are the circumstances that the doctors gave him: No chemo 1 year death, 3 years chemo 20% live. Please !donate anything you possibly can. All money will go towards funding his medication. Much love from me and all of my family members.”

His dad explained in a livestream video:

“It’s very hard. It gives you so much trouble that you cannot walk. Some days, I feel I have to lay down for days in bed. I cannot move. But I have to fight.”

More than $13,000 Canadian dollars had been donated, exceeded his goal of $5,000.

“$5000 will go immediately to pay for his fathers care. $3000 will be put into an ‘in case of emergency’ fund. Anything leftover will be put towards improving the stream.”

A 2600 Canadian Dollars Donation on Live Stream:

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