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Game On Cancer Is Running A Massive Giveaway This March

For the best cause

Continuing its incredible efforts to raise money directly toward cancer research, Game On Cancer is once again running its “The Great Game On Cancer Giveaway” event for the whole month of March. Running until the 31st of the month, the push will see Game On Cancer offer up over 400 prizes valued at more than $30,000, fielding donations from massive brands such as Xbox and EA Games. The goal of the event is to raise $20,000 for Cure Cancer, an Australian organisation dedicated to in-depth research of the disease.

Some great gear is up for grabs this month

The way it works is simple; anybody who donates just 50 bucks or more to Cure Cancer during the month of March will nab themselves a prize valued at $50 or higher. You’re encouraged to donate as many times as you like, with every $50 donated stacking your prizes from a randomly selected assortment of goodies donated by partners of the event. Joining EA and Xbox in donating potential prizes is a whole bevy of businesses including Logitech G, Bethesda, 2K, PAX Australia, Annapurna Interactive and many more. You could even land an Xbox Series S console or Moza R5 Racing Bundle if you’re lucky.

Cure Cancer has recently revealed that through its collaborations with Game On Cancer, they have raised over $ 1.25 million, all of which has gone toward vital cancer research.

If you’re keen to get involved, just head over to the Cure Cancer page and make a donation today!

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Written By James Wood

One part pretentious academic and one part goofy dickhead, James is often found defending strange games and frowning at the popular ones, but he's happy to play just about everything in between. An unbridled love for FromSoftware's pantheon, a keen eye for vibes first experiences, and an insistence on the Oxford comma have marked his time in the industry.


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