Edinburgh based Rockstar North have been big supporters of Sick Kids Save Point. Not only have they donated and provided prizes for fundraisers, but also many employees over the last two years have taken part in our 24 hour video games marathon in aid of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation!
This October, Sick Kids Save Point 3, is no different. Once again Rockstar North have come up with the goods. Included in the prizes is a Max Payne 3 Limited Edition, which includes a copy of the Max Payne 3 game, a 10″ collectible Max Payne Statue (from TriForce and Rockstar Games), a series of original still life art prints, a copper and brass-plated iron, bullet-shaped bullet keychain with a screw-off back, the classic multiplayer character pack with 8 playable multiplayer characters for Max Payne 3 including fan favorite characters from the previous two games, the Disorderly Conduct multiplayer weapons pack which includes the Hammerhead Auto Shotgun, G9 Grenade Launcher and Molotov cocktail, and the Max Payne 3 Official Soundtrack.
Anyone who takes part in Sick Kids Save Point could win this. All you have to do is collect £100 in sponsorship for your marathon and you’re automatically entered into our prize draw!
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Look out for these at Twitch Gaming, Game in St James Centre, and at other locations after the festival. Designed by Ross Aitken with illustration by Stephen Goodall.
Scotland’s 24 hour video game marathon will return in 2012, on the weekend of the 12th-14th October.
In the last 2 years gamers across the UK have raised over £28,000 for The Sick Kids Friends Foundation in Edinburgh. Along the way we’ve had the incredible support of Rockstar North, our local games behemoth, who have donated substantially to our total as well as some truly awesome prizes for our top participants. We’ve also had brilliant support from Codemasters UK and Journalist Scott Munro who have donated Nintendo DS Lites and games for the hospital to help with rehabilitation of sick children there.
Special mention must also go to independent games designer Tony Gowland and and Queensferry dad Neil Gow, who were our top players of 2010 & 2011 respectively. Along with podcast Downtoforit X, cheap flight comparison gurus Skyscanner, local ska band More From Jim, Icthus Christian Fellowship and the guys at Twitch gaming, Edinburgh’s PC gaming centre, these brave gamers took part in a non stop gaming session of 24 hours straight! Think it sounds easy? Think again – these gamers and many, many more pushed past the fun barrier to support the work of The Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
And in 2012, you can too. Just choose any 24-hour slot between 12th-14th October, and watch this space for more details! Any questions? Come find us on Facebook or Twitter..