Man Sends Nintendo Switches To Children’s Hospital After Gamestop Stock Win

The stock market has been in the news more than ever over the past week as investors gathered in online chats and pushed the price of shares of the company GameStop higher and higher.

Hunter Kahn of Stillwater, Minnesota, was part of all this action and made a bunch of money.

He took some of his earnings and purchased six Nintendo Switch gaming consoles -- and donated them to Children’s Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis.

Hunter explained that he loves video games and wanted to help kids in the hospital get through their ordeal with some extra fun.

He also wanted to set an example and use the money he earned “for good.”

But despite Hunter’s success with all this GameStop stuff, he admits he doesn’t want to work on Wall Street or in finance. Instead, he plans on getting his degree in engineering -- and building spaceships.

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