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Curt Schilling on Good Morning America

Posted by Jon Wood on Jun 05, 2006  | Comments

Curt Schilling on Good Morning America - MMORPG.com

To some gamers, it sometimes feels as though mainstream media represents video games only in a negative light, but this morning, MMORPGs got some much needed positive publicity from a prominent mainstream media source.


Some time ago, MMORPG.com reported that Boston Red Sox (Major League Baseball) pitcher, Curt Schilling would be pairing up with SOE and EverQuest II to spearhead a charity event to help the battle against ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

 

This morning, Schilling appeared on popular morning show, "Good Morning America" to prote the event:

 

SONY ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ALERT -- BOSTON RED SOX ACE CURT SCHILLING PROMOTES EVERQUEST II "BATTLE ALS" CHARITY EVENT ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA

Boston Red Sox pitcher and World Series MVP Curt Schilling appeared on Good Morning America on Monday, June 5 to promote his in-game appearance in EverQuest II as part of the "Battle ALS" charity event. Curt appears within the online video game EverQuest II as an evil baddie that players can fight. Every time Curt's in-game avatar is defeated, Sony Online Entertainment will donate $5 (up to $10,000) to the ALS Association, in order to benefit patients with Lou Gehrig's Disease. The "Battle ALS" event takes place from June 5 through June 7, during the three-day Red Sox/Yankees baseball series in New York. EverQuest II players can also contribute independently by typing the "/als" command into the game, and donating directly to the charity.

On Good Morning America, Curt spoke with anchors Diane Sawyer, Charlie Gibson and Marysol Castro throughout the course of the morning. Curt was talking with the hosts as well as playing with his son, Gehrig, 11. Both father and son are avid EverQuest II players.

For more information, visit http://www.battleals.com.

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