On December 11th, a virtual charity event called MomoCon Let’s Get Digital is taking place. The event celebrates gaming, pop culture, and animation, all while raising money for Feeding America. The event will feature live segments from voice actors behind many of the year’s biggest AAA games and fan-favorite content creators. The first MomoCon charity event, taking place over the weekend, and will be live streamed exclusively from MomoCon’s official Twitch channel. Supporting the event are Discord and XSEED Games.

The Lineup for MomoCon Let’s Get Digital

Among the speakers for the event are game director Adam Badowski and voice actress Cherami Leigh, from Cyberpunk 2077They will be showcasing the game and talking about their experiences working on the title.

Frederator Studios will host the finals for their Cartoon Punch live-draw competition among some of the top YouTube animation talent. There will also be special exhibition matches in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate from 2GG, Smash Studios, and Tekken 7 with pros from UYU and 4o4 Esports.
Other special guests include speedrunners from the Zeldathon team. They’ll be playing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Super Mario Bros., Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Animaniacs, and Pokémon Emerald. Animation podcast Pizza Party, will be involved, as well as comic book illustrator, Marcus Williams. Marcus Williams will be teaching viewers how to draw. Batterystaple Games are expected to appear, showing off their Mega-roguelike platformer, 30XX, with its recently announced Mega Mode.

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