Nintendo Feed recently contacted us here at ZU to announce that it will be holding a charity drive for Christmas 2013 to raise money for GamesAid, which is a UK Games Industry Charity. Nintendo Feed is also offering a chance to win a bundle of games to those who donate. GamesAid itself acts as an umbrella to support a number of different smaller charities who help out disadvantaged and disabled children and young people. Does the idea of donating for a good cause, all while having a chance to win a bunch of cool games sound awesome to you? Then hit the jump to learn the full details about this charity drive!
To be entered and have a chance of winning a select bundle of games, all you have to do is pledge at least £1/$1 (depending where you are located) per entry. So for every £1/$1 donated, you receive 1 entry. Not bad at all! So what games are being offered? Here’s a chart straight from Nintendo Feed’s page that illustrates the different tiers of bundles and what games are contained within each one:
Nintendo Feed also posted the terms and conditions for the Christmas Charity Drive:
“Terms and Conditions – The Christmas Charity Drive competition is open to UK and US residents only and members of the Nintendo Feed team and their relatives are not permitted to enter. Partners of the Charity Drive are also restricted from entering. Winners will be contacted by email and posted on Nintendo Feed, if necessary; an address will be requested. If you receive any issues with your prize, we cannot be held responsible. No part of the prize is exchangeable for cash and the prize is not transferable. The decision of the editor is final and the selected winner may not be challenged. Correspondence will not be entered into. The competition closes on 31st December 2013, entries submitted later than this will not be counted and winners will be announced shortly afterwards.”
If you want to donate or even just see what else they have to offer, I would strongly recommend checking out Nintendo Feed’s page. They also have a store where they sell really awesome shirts and Christmas sweaters, with the money earned from purchasing those specific items going to GamesAid. Thank you Nintendo Feed for reaching out to us to tell us about this great cause!