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Sidemen raise over £1 million in charity match

British Youtuber group Sidemen have raised over a million pounds in a charity match with other YouTubers. The money will go to charities such as the Campaign Against Living Miserably and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Sidemen hosted a yearly charity match in the past but decided to retire the concept in 2018. For its big return, some of the biggest content creators were flown into London to participate in Sidemen vs YouTube Allstars

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Mr Beast, ishowspeed, GeorgeNotFound, Karl Jacobs were among the players taking part in the friendly game at the Valley, home of League One side Charlton Athletic. Although friendly might not have been the correct term.

The event ended up earning well over a million pounds from donations, more than double from the previous itteration.

Team Sidemen ended up winning the match in 8-7 fashion thanks to a last-minute comeback. Miniminter took the spotlight with a hat trick.