Train2game News Green Man Gaming Supporting SpecialEffect

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Green Man Gaming, a global e-commerce technology company in the video games industry, has today announced their participation in the Twin Town Challenge from 27 – 29 May 2016 in support of Special Effect, a charity enabling anyone with physical disability to enjoy video games, leisure technology and communication. 

The Green Man Gaming team aims to raise as much money as possible for the charity by offering its partners a chance to sponsor the team and donate directly through its donation page.

To help increase awareness of Special Effect and raise money for the charity, the Green Man Gaming team will be taking part in The Twin Town challenge which will see 100 cars costing less than £500 drive from Witney to its twin town of Le Touquet and back via Silverstone and Croix en Ternois.  Paul Sulyok, Founder and CEO and Callum Jay, CFO of Green Man Gaming will be representing the Green Man Gaming team.

“We are truly inspired by the great work that Special Effect do every day enhancing the quality of life of people with physical disabilities through technology and video games. The Green Man Gaming team are honoured to support Special Effect as our main charity and will work hard to raise as much money as possible for the charity,” says Paul Sulyok, Founder and CEO of Green Man Gaming.

To find out more about Green Man Gaming’s participation in the Twin Town Challenge and to donate, please visit the Green Man Gaming website.

Train2Game News SpecialEffect TwinTown Challenge

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On May 23rd 2014 over 50 cars costing less than £500 will leave games charity SpecialEffect’s Oxfordshire HQ to tackle historic racing circuits including Brands Hatch and Le Mans in the SpecialEffect Twin Town challenge. 

Leamington Spa based developer Playground Games is supporting the charity by becoming track sponsor, bringing the charity closer to their target of raising £100K from the event.

In addition to the support of Playground teams from Exient, SEGA, GamaJun, Atomhawk, Four Door Lemo and Audiomotion are also joining the weekend’s motoring mayhem to support Special Effect’s innovative work for disabled gamers – check out some of the inspiring videos here.

Across the Twin Town Challenge weekend teams will take part in fun challenges including car boxing; laps of Brands Hatch and Le Mans; a James Bond themed evening and an auction for incredible, once-in-a-lifetime prizes covering golf, motorsport, music, beer and cricket as well as unique celebrity-signed signed bottles of Hobgoblin ale brewed exclusively for the event.

Trevor Williams,  COO for Playground Games said, “Associating Playground Games and Forza Horizon with this challenge was a no brainer – although I suspect the cars in Forza are somewhat more presitigious than half the bangers being driven between the Twin Towns! Special Effect is a fantastic charity run by fantastic people that changes people’s lives for the better. Playground is honoured to support such a great organisation.”

Dr Mick Donegan, Founder and CEO added, “The sponsorship and support from Playground Games is a huge boost to the event as we edge ever closer to setting off for the these historic tracks. I would like to thank Trevor and the team for their amazing support”

To bid on some ‘Once in a Lifetime’ experiences including British Grand Prix VIP with Eddie Jordan, Paul McGinley Algarve Golf & Luxury Villa, Oxford United FC Chairman for the Day and much more,  in the Twin Town Auction contact Nick@specialeffect.org.uk  by May 22nd