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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

29 th November 2012. London, UK : Ever fancied owning a full size Assassin’s Creed assassin? How would a life-size Connor Kenway statue look in your hallway? How about a full Burnout race suit as worn and signed by the legendary David Hasselhoff for those vital last minute Xmas shopping runs?

Maybe a pair of Adidas F50 Boots  signed by Welsh dribble wizard Gareth Bale are more your thing? Or a signed copy of We Sing Robbie Williams signed by the ‘entertainer’ himself or perhaps an extremely rare Tomb Raider Amanda Evert Doll is your most wanted?

Well, these and many other items of hugely desirable gaming merchandise and collectable goodies are up for grabs in GamesAid’s annual Elite Charity Auction , where you can bid on these and many more items and in the process, raise money for many deserving causes this Christmas.

GamesAid is the UK games industry’s charitable collective which raises funds for UK gaming charities like Special Effect ,  which is dedicated to helping young people with disabilities enjoy computer games through cutting edge technology and the Willow Foundation , which provides positive and life-enhancing special days for seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds.

This is a hugely worthy cause which will not only give you a very warm feeling inside this Christmas, but also allow you to scoop unique gaming memorabilia which will make you the envy of your friends.

Here’s some just some of the major items up for grabs, all collected as a result of the #GamesAidOnWheels campaign, but there’s also plenty of more minor very affordable items and every single one will raise cash so all contributions are most gratefully received!

The Elite GamesAid A-List items

Assassin’s Creed 3 - Full Life size Connor Kenway figure!

Burnout Crash TV Ad - Special move Karate Costume worn by David Hasselhoff

Burnout Crash TV Ad - Cheerleader Costume worn and signed by David Hasselhoff

Burnout Crash TV Ad - Chicken Costume Worn and Signed by David Hasselhoff

Fallout 3 special edition Penny Arcade Poster *signed* 

Framed Splatterhouse Print

Enslaved Print signed by Ninja Theory’s Tameem Antoniades and LOTR and King Kong actor Andy Serkis

Inversion - Painted Canvas

Adidas F50 Boots – signed by Gareth Bale

We Sing Robbie Williams - signed By ‘The Entertainer" Robbie Williams himself

World Of Warcraft The Burning Crusade – Collector’s Edition

World Of Warcraft Cataclysm Collector’s Edition

World Of Warcraft Mists Of Pandaria Collector’s Edition

Extremely rare Tonner Tomb Raider Amanda Evert Doll - Mint In Box

It’s a chance for you as gamers and collectors to do your bit, salve your conscience and secure some unique and highly desirable gaming goodies to feather your nest this Christmas. 

A huge thanks to Ubisoft, EA, Blizzard, Capcom, Konami, Sega, Blockbuster, 2K, Premier PR, Indigo Pearl, Square Enix, Namco Bandai, Mastertronic, The Producers and Bethesda and all of the generous companies and sponsors who’ve donated to the #GamesAidOnWheels collection and made this auction possible. Now go fill your gaming boots!

About GamesAid

GamesAid is a charity working within the UK Games and Interactive Entertainment Industry and acts as a means of giving something back on behalf of the industry.  It acts as an overarching broker of charitable activities and distributes funds to a diverse range of UK based charities. It is a non-trading body administered by Trustees and formally run by a chairman.

Funds are raised in a number of ways including, but not limited to: social or sporting events, individual and corporate donations, games packs and in-App purchases.

Charities supported must all be registered and will go through a due diligence process to ensure they meet the GamesAid requirements namely small to medium sized charities that have a turnover under £5m pa and who support children and young people based in the UK.

Anyone who works in the UK video games industry is eligible to become a member. Once a member they are updated with regular newsletters and can nominate charities for the rest of the membership to vote on to receive funds.

For more information please contact Caroline Miller:


Mobile: 07765 255 002


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