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One Special Day 2018

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Today, September 28th 2018, is One Special Day.  It is a day when the good and great of the games industry will join together to donate money to the amazing gamers’ charity that is Special Effect.

We all know the profound impact that games can have in our own lives, so to enable people with disabilities to be able to join in the fun, is something truly special.

Do your part today but donating on one of the links below.

Now in its third year, One Special Day is a flagship fundraising day for SpecialEffect and is supported by a stellar line up of over 50 partners across the games industry including SEGA, Supercell, Codemasters, Electronic Arts, Seriously, Miniclip, Rovio, Splash Damage, Nordeus, Outfit 7, Logitech, CCP and many others.

PC and mobile partners are donating a day of their UK revenue (and in some cases making corporate donations) to help the charity get more of the world’s most severely disabled people enjoying the fun and inclusion of digital gaming. A Humble Bundle Store promotion was also launched last night to go alongside the One Special Day Humble Bundle, and fundraising events are taking place across the UK.

Nikki, the mother of Chase, a young gamer with a severe form of cerebral palsy that SpecialEffect has helped, is urging other gamers to play games, buy games and donate to One Special Day:

“Gaming is a huge part of our lives and I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome it is that Chase can game thanks to SpecialEffect.”

For more information on who is taking part in One Special Day 2018 and to find out how you can support the biggest games industry fundraiser of the year, go to or call Nick Streeter on 01608 810055.

You can make a donation to Special Effect by clicking on the following link,

You can also purchase a Humble One Special Day Bundle on the following link,

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