I can't hug every cat
My name is Kintinue, and I am a full time content creator and live streamer! I have been streaming and creating content since early 2015. I began streaming with the hopes to do charity events and play games with my friends. Being a Twitch Partner at that time seemed like an impossible feat, so I just focused on playing games with my friends, learning how to play new games, and goofing off. Over time, the channel began to grow to where I felt comfortable enough to do my first ever charity stream. We had a goal of $1000 for the Testicular Cancer Society which was hit in the first 15 minutes. I was partnered a few months later and haven't looked back.
Kintinue P. Alley
Where did my name come from? When I first started streaming I REALLY was terrible at games. (I have gotten a little better over my time streaming) Due to my terrible gameplay ability, I found myself pressing Continue often. My fiancee thought a good combo with my real name and Continue worked well, so Kintinue was born. I actually prefer it!
What will you find on my stream? Weird conversations, games of all varieties, strong community, a place to find friends, silly faces, loud noises, charity events and so much more. I have a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Tennessee. I have four cats, workout like crazy, love building Legos, have and would like too many tattoos, enjoy reading and watching horror movies.
What is my favorite game? Currently, that game for me is an indie game called My Time at Portia. It is a single player game with a Harvest Moon/Stardew Valley feel. There is construction, mining, farming, exploration, relationships and so much more.
Who would you love to work with? I have always wanted to take part in NorthernLion's Super Show (The NLSS). The entire group on that show have such interesting and funny conversations, play cool indie games and just all in all are great people. I have been lucky enough to meet a few of the members of the NLSS and they have all been great. NorthernLion is a huge role model to the industry and someone I think people should look to when working in the gaming realm. Outside of gaming, I think I would love to collaborate with Seth Green. Let's be honest - he is super funny and smart. I would think gaming alongside him would be a blast.
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Streaming opened up so many doors to me and the one I was trying to knock down as hard as possible was charity events! Growing up, charity events were always important to me. When I learned I could play video games and raise money for charity, I was incredibly excited. It was one of the main reasons I started streaming.
Choosing the first organization I wanted to support with a charity event was an easy choice. Please allow me to introduce you to our yearly charity event - Gaming for Gonads.
In mid-December 2014, my significant other (who our Twitch community has lovingly named "HeadTesticles") had been experiencing pain and a knot on his testicle. At the time, we didn’t know what could be causing the pain and changes that were stemming from until we watched a video from YouTuber Furious Pete. He had used the resources of a 501(c)(3) organization - The Testicular Cancer Society. We learned from the TCS website what some of the signs of testicular cancer could appear as for men. This prompted him to immediately make an appointment with his general practitioner. From there, he was sent the next day for scans and blood work. He was quickly diagnosed with two types of testicular cancer and scheduled for surgery.
On December 26, 2014, HeadTesticles underwent surgery to have his testicle removed. He had to get CT scans and blood work every six months for the following five years. In 2019, Headtesticles was declared cancer free by his doctor and now only goes yearly for his checkup. Testicular cancer is an extremely treatable cancer if caught early. Thanks to his quick movement and his doctor’s willingness to listen, he was able to be treated quickly.
The first Gaming for Gonads event, which was held in October of 2015, raised $2,200. The second year, the Gaming for Gonads event in April of 2016 raised $6,200. In 2017, the Kinsanity was the single largest contributing group to the Testicular Cancer Society by raising $10,300! In 2018, $12,880 was raised which was the largest event to date! Between 2019 and 2021, over $15,000 was raised for the Testicular Cancer Society by the Kinsanity putting Gaming for Gonads at an overall amount raised of over $46,000 has been raised by the community for that organization alone!
Gaming for Gonads
The goal of Gaming for Gonads is to raise funds to cover expenses incurred by people who are battling testicular cancer. Costs can include CT scans, radiation, chemotherapy, surgery, bloodwork, and more. Additionally the Testicular Cancer Society helps fighters and caregivers with things like transportation to and from treatments, food, and other expenses. On top of all of that, the Testicular Cancer Society funds many testicular cancer awareness projects across the country.
The Testicular Cancer Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to raise awareness for testicular cancer, which is the most common form of cancer in men age 15-35. The Testicular Cancer Society is dedicated to increasing awareness and education about the disease and providing support for fighters, survivors and caregivers.
The Kinsanity has raised money for other organizations and charities as well. The community has taken part in St. Jude Play Live through the digital campaigns. I have done charity tournaments in person at Twitchcon, PAX and other conventions for St. Jude, in addition to attending the St. Jude Play Live Summit in Memphis, TN twice. The community has also raised money for RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network) and has plans to help in local communities. The Kinsanity has helped community members in time of need through various fundraisers, promotion and more.
If you have a charity you feel the Kinsanity should work with in the future, please let Kintinue know!
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