Summer Games Done Quick is known for showcasing incredible video game feats for a good cause. This year’s event featured a standout moment when Peanut Butter, a four-year-old Shiba Inu, stole the show by hitting a home run in Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball. Peanut Butter and his owner JSR_ took the stage with a modified controller that allowed the dog to swing a bat or throw a ball with a simple press of a button. As JSR_ fed Peanut Butter treats, the talented pup played the game, captivating the audience with his adorable performance.

While Peanut Butter was occasionally distracted by his surroundings, he managed to stay focused and hit a homerun to win the game, much to the delight of the Minneapolis crowd and social media. JSR_ expressed his pride in Peanut Butter, calling it the greatest moment of their lives. This heartwarming display of teamwork between dog and owner is just one of the many highlights of Summer Games Done Quick, which aims to raise money for charitable causes through speedrunning.

Summer Games Done Quick has a long history of supporting nonprofits such as AbleGamers, the Organization for Autism Research, the Malala Fund, and the Prevent Cancer Research Foundation. This year, the event is raising funds for Doctors Without Borders, a nonprofit that provides medical aid to those in need. With over $1 million raised so far, the event continues to demonstrate the generosity and passion of the gaming community in making a positive impact on the world.

As Summer Games Done Quick enters its final days, fans can look forward to more exciting speedruns and heartwarming moments. The event’s success in raising over $50 million in its 14-year history is a testament to the power of gaming for good. Whether it’s watching Peanut Butter hit a home run or supporting charitable causes, Summer Games Done Quick is a reminder of the incredible things that can be achieved when people come together for a common purpose.