No, it is League of Legends
Siv HD recently streamed a donation marathon session and the end result is a million dollar total for Save the Children. The regional paper here, Eindhovens Dagblad picked up on that and wrote a nice article.
Here's the general front page:
The general gist:
Siv HD decided to run a marathon donation session inspired by his friend Athene (Belgian streamer). His original goal was 50,000 dollars. While underway in the marathon, he received a live call from the American headquarters of Save the Children, who caught wind of the donation drive. This lead to a renewed enthusiasm from donors, going for a new goal of 100,000 dollars. Meanwhile this happened, the USAID organization promised to match the donations times 9 for a grand total of 1,000,000 dollars.
The paper also mentions the online streaming business and the ability of people to be a professional gamer and streamer.
This marathon was a group effort of about forty streamers total. I am assuming Siv HD is the most known of that bunch thus getting this focus with the resulting success. Edit: The total donation effort totaled up to 1.9 million dollars (according to the online article).
Positive light on serious gaming :D
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Ironically a big two page piece focused on a new GTA game and the violent games issue. Ending with bringing up the age divide and a helpful last remark stating it is human nature to like these games.
Edit: I've taken down the high res pictures, as it technically is copyrighted... but I'll see what a request gives me.