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Get your Game-A-Thon for Cancer Care West

The annual Game-A-Thon at Dungeons and Donuts is returning for its fifth year supporting Cancer Care West.

In the past four years Dungeons and Donuts have helped raise almost €30,000 for Cancer Care West with their annual 25 hour marathon of gaming and other fun activities.

The theme for this year’s event taking place on October 26 is ‘undead or alive’, so dust off your best zombie, ghost, ghoul, mummy, or vampire costume and get ready to raise some hell for a good cause.

“We are looking for volunteers who would like to spend the whole 25 hours gaming and are willing to seek sponsorship for this great charity, so contact us in store via all the usual ways and we can send you out a sponsorship form,” explained Ronan Murphy of Dungeons and Donuts.

“If you don’t feel like you’re up to gaming for 25 hours that’s no problem we have plenty of fun games to play and planned activities to win some cool prizes and of course you can just come on in and donate to the cause.”

Some of the activities on the day will include Dead of winter colony vs colony, a Zombie dice tournament, A undead table quiz, and a Late night fancy dress Mysterium.

And of course the GoNuts for Gaming podcast will be recording, with an opportunity for people to take on Jerry and Mark in your chosen gaming subject and win vouchers, games and more.

To get involved and help break through that €30k ceiling check out Dungeons and Donuts on Facebook or check out the event here.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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