Comic & game

Zoom in Cosplayer, Sarah Brice, in Keystone Comic Con 2019

“Life of cosplay is my handle for all of my social media. It’s reminder that everything that I put up there a lot of my streaming. Raising funds for the kids also does involve cosplay,” says cosplayer and streamer Sarah Brice. Photo by Jay Byun

Expo Review follows cosplayer, Sarah Brice, working as a volunteer at the booth ‘Extra Life’, a charity organization for Kids, in the Keystone Comic Con 2019 held from Aug 23 to 25 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.

Extra Life unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

“Life of cosplay is my handle for all of my social media. It’s reminder that everything that I put up there a lot of my streaming. Raising funds for the kids also does involve cosplay,” says cosplayer and streamer Sarah Brice.

“Cosplay is dressing up as a character that you enjoy. A lot of times just going to a convention. Cosplay comes from the word costume play. That’s what I am doing. I am playing in costume.”

For more information visit

intagram.com/lifeofcosplay

twitch.tv/lifeofcosplay

twitter.com/lifeofcosplay

facebook.com/lifeofcosplay

http://www.extra-life.org

http://www.facebook.com/groups/ExtraLifePhiladelphia

http://www.keystonecomiccon.com

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