Pittsburgh Extra Life 2018 Interview with Richard Moser

We caught up with Richard at his third Extra Life United and chatted about how he helps sick kids.


Shacknews spent some time at Extra Life United 2018 this year, and caught up with a few of the participants for a brief chat about their involvement with the cause.

Asif Khan met up with Richard Moser to chat it up about his experience with the event as well as how he games for a good cause.

Moser has been doing Extra Life for 7 years, and this was his this Extra Life United. He typically likes to stream a variety of games from Call of Duty to Rocket League, and always participates in Game Day each year to help raise money for sick kids.

The hospital is one of the top-rated pediatric hospitals in the world, and typically handles extreme/rare cases from all over the world.

"Extra Life has contributed to building 12 game rooms within the hospital. We help make sure that every hospital bed has a game system," Moser said of his contributions with help from the gaming community to the facility. 

You can check out Richard's  Extra Life page if you're interested in contributing, and follow him on Twitter, too! Be sure to catch all our Extra Life United 2018 interviews plus our latest gameplay vids and interviews over on our GamerHub and Shacknews YouTube channels. 

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