So you’ve picked up a flyer, and you want to know what this is all about, right?
Sick Kids Save Point is a 24 hour gaming marathon organised on behalf of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation, in which gamers attempt to play games for 24 hours straight to raise money for the charity, benefiting patients and families at the Sick Kids Hospital, Edinburgh. Under 18s accumulate the 24 hours between a group.
WHERE? – In your own homes, or in groups.
WHEN? – This October, at some point over the weekend of the 7th-9th. We all do it together so we can support each other on facebook and twitter (and make sure we haven’t dozed off!)
If you think you could do it then follow the guidelines on the right on how to sign up, and welcome aboard! If not please consider sponsoring us to raise money for this vital charity – just press the button on the right to find the event’s Just Giving page.
Square-Go, the online gaming magazine, has featured us this week. Thanks for the support guys!
Gamers! Have you ever spent more time than you should on a gaming session? Completed that adventure in one sitting? Played a whole world cup in FIFA from qualification to final without getting up? Swung that Wii-mote till your arms hurt?
But are you hardcore enough to go that little bit further for a good cause? In August 2010 gamers across scotland will be taking part in a 24-hour gaming challenge to raise money for the Sick Kids Friend’s Foundation. And when Sick Kids Save Point is all over you’ll be the proud owner of the feeling that comes with having raised a grand total and the hopes of countless kids.