Special Effect Charity Planning Gaming Marathon to Benefit Disabled Gamers

November 12, 2013 - GamePolitics Staff

UK-based charity Special Effect is hosting a 24-hour marathon early next year to raise funds for disabled gamers. The UK-based charity supports disabled gamers by providing them with adaptive technology that allows them to enjoy playing games. The marathon, the GameBlast weekend will take place on February 21- 23, 2014. From the website for the charity:

"Doing anything next February? Clear your diaries for this one - it’s going to be bigger than Bieber! It’s our GameBlast weekend, where we’re inviting people of all ages across the UK to take on the challenge of a video game marathon to help people with disabilities benefit from the fun and inclusion of games."

If you want to get involved, you can do so by visiting the charity's official site. Sponsorship opportunities are also available for companies and organizations that want to get involved.

Full details on what this challenge will entail for those who want get involved can be found here.

Source: GII

 


 
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