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Playthrough Mini Campaign: A Controller Of Your Choice!

Getting ready for the big Xbox Vs. Playstation competition at the Playthrough Event? You might need an extra controller! We are giving away a console controller of your choice

This is a mini-campaign with a small number of participants. We only need For a minimum of $20 ticket you get to participate in the sweepstake + we give 80% of the Profit to a charitable organization so you get to support a noble cause!

How does it work?

At Squeedeal, sweepstakes are short term in order for each participant to have a  better chance to win with fewer donors. 

We are holding a pre-participation registration. Once we reach 15 participants who are interested (Early Birds), we will open for a limited amount of time, notify all those who are interested and run the sweepstake. The winner gets a new controller!

Fill out the form by clicking on one of the pink buttons below and pick the amount you want to donate for the cause. The bigger the amount, the more entries you get. 

Once the sweepstakes is run, we will send you an email with the link to purchase a donation ticket. You can then register and send the payment through PayPal or a Credit Card and we will send you back the entry codes for the sweepstakes by email.

Who are you supporting?

Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center is ranked among the top children’s hospitals nationally in nine specialties by U.S. News & World Report and provides care for thousands of patients annually. Duke Children’s Hospital is a self-contained “hospital within a hospital” on the fifth floor of Duke University Hospital. The Duke Children’s Health Center, adjacent to Duke University Hospital, provides an attractive, family-friendly setting for a variety of specialized pediatric services.

 

For more information about Duke Children’s Hospital, click here

More details about the conference

Extra Life is a nonprofit that unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Since its inception in 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $50 million for sick and injured kids. Sign up today and dedicate a day of play for kids in your community!

For more information about ExtraLife, click here

 

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