Copied from my post on Netrunner Dorks:
Just wanted to a give a quick thanks to everyone involved with the ANRPC 2016 Holiday Charity Grudge Match. First off, thanks to all of the generous donators. Due to your donations, we raised over $1329.06 to be given to people in need around the U.S., and the world (in Doctors Without Borders and International Planned Parenthood). Below is a list of all who donated. (if I missed your name, I apologize)
Olivier de Clercq
Alan Markham III
A special shout out to our MVPs, Laurie Poulter and Zachary Cavis . They were extra generous in their donations, and it was greatly appreciated. 17 ETF/ST IDs, 8 BS/Argus, and 28 dice were given away. Brian Cassidy, you won the 'We hit $1000!' prize, of a Fairchild 2.0 print.
I'd like to give another shout out to those that donated for match-ups. You didn't want a physical gift in return, so I hope that we provided some entertainment instead. Apologies to Ran Cao and Ben Torell. I gave all requesting parties a shout except for these two. Ran is a great member of the community, an FFG photobomber, and THE team leader of #TeamDog (which won today; Josh and I are both members). Ben is dodgepong, the great Peachhack streamer and AV master of the community, and wanted Josh and I to do a Skype shit-talk game. We owe you a game; invite us on your stream!
Next, I'd like to Abram Jopp , Timmy Wong,and Eric Caoili for their help in getting this off the ground and a successful reality in under a week. Tough to commentate on 9 games in a row, and you guys killed it, from what I heard. Eric was our hype man, and is the best in the biz, despite his filthy #TeamCat affiliation. Well done, boys.
A shout to the JNET crue, and to the zaroth mirror we played on today. We enjoyed the backup to JNET's latest woes, and once JNET went up today, we had a nigh spectator-free room, which was pleasant.
Finally, a shout to Josh Wilson. He forsook the ability to take money off of people in a Geist/CTM marathon, and decided to instead help me turn this into an entertaining charity event. He was a trooper, and a very strong opponent. He was even game to playing anythng people suggested, including Hate Val feat. Fear the Masses.
Cheers, all, and happy holidays! I love this community!