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The 12 Days of GamesAid

p>Tuesday 5th December 2017, London, UK – Today, UK games industry charity GamesAid is proud to open its 12 Days of GamesAid Christmas store on eBay.

The UK games industry has come together to offer Christmas shoppers the ultimate wish list of unique gaming gifts to raise money for GamesAid, supporting disadvantaged and disabled children across the UK.

From 5th – 17th December, the GamesAid eBay store will auction off an amazing array of game related goodies, including some exclusive money-can’t-buy items!

Lots include a Sonic Mania Collectors Edition and a Sonic The Hedgehog 25th Anniversary Art Book 2016 Collector's Edition, a Watford FC shirt signed by the team, a year's subscription to LootCrate’s LootGaming crate, collectors editions of Tekken 7, The Witcher 3, and Dark Souls 3, a collector's edition of Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus with a Wolfenstein 2 T-shirt, bag, notebook, and lanyard, a special edition ‘THE64 MINI’ reimagined Commodore 64 console signed by the Retro Games team including a signed limited edition artwork print by retro artist David Rowe, and much more.

All the items can be found on the GamesAid eBay store, with each lot open for 10 days. So head over to our eBay store, pick up some incredible gaming gifts for your friends and family, and help to change children's lives with GamesAid.

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/GAMESAID

“Thanks to some incredible donations from our partners across the UK Games industry, we’re pleased to present an amazing selection gaming and game related items in our 12 Days of GamesAid auction this year.” said GamesAid chairman Matt Spall “Last year GamesAid was proud to provide £69,729 each, to eight incredible charities. All money raised from this auction will also go towards supporting disadvantaged and disabled children and young people across the UK, so please show your support and get bidding!”

A huge thank you to:

Bandai Namco, Bethesda, The Chinese Room, Creative Assembly, Dovetail Games, Epic Games, Loot Crate, Retro Games, SEGA, Sony, and Sports Interactive for donating some truly incredible items.

-ENDS-

About GamesAid

GamesAid is a UK based video games charity (Registered UK Charity # 1081706), which acts as an umbrella for fundraising and supports a number of smaller charities that offer crucial help disadvantaged and disabled children and young people. As the only fully democratic charity in the games space, members of the UK games industry propose and vote for the charities of their choice annually. Membership is open to anyone working in the UK video games industry, and is free to join.

Become a member:

http://www.gamesaid.org/join-us/registration/

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/GamesAid

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/GamesAidUK

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFqcOJnoew4

Donate: https://www.justgiving.com/gamesaid or text GAID17 £10 to 70070

GamesAid Charities 2017/18:

Accuro

http://www.accuro.org.uk/

Aidis Trust

http://aidis.org/

Autistica

https://www.autistica.org.uk

The Clock Tower Sanctuary

http://www.thects.org.uk/

Lifelites

http://www.lifelites.org/

Over The Wall

http://www.otw.org.uk

Solving Kids’ Cancer

http://solvingkidscancer.org.uk/

SpecialEffect

http://www.specialeffect.org.uk/

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