GameBlast 2015 is almost here!! Gameblast Live is Special Effect’s 24hour gaming marathon weekend that starts on Saturday 21st February 2015. Last years fundraising event raised over £70,000 and this year they hope to raise over £100,000 for the Special Effect Charity that helps gamers with disabilities.
You can watch and join in the fun at #GAMEBlast15 on Twitch.tv/gameblastlive
Back in November 2014 Clubit TV met up with Mick Morris from the Special Effect Charity who told us more about what the Charity does and why it is such a great cause to support – Watch the video below to find out more about it and see why you should get involved.
Special Effect is known as the gamers charity and was established in 2007 with the main aim of raising the quality of life for people with disabilities and by helping them to benefit from the fun and inclusion of video games and creative technologies.
The Special Effect Charity is dedicated to using the latest technology to enhance the quality of life of people with physical disabilities by making video games and the playing of games accessible to all.
If you or someone you know has a genuine physical disability that hinders or stops you playing video games then you need to get in touch with the Special Effect Gaming Charity as they may be able to help – Click here to visit their website.
In this video James Cusack from Clubit TV interviewed Mick Morris who is one of the Trustees of the Special Effect Charity.
The video was filmed by Clubit TV and presented by James Cusack at #GMY7 Gamayo – Game Makers Yorkshire Networking event in November 2014.