CALLING ALL GAMES
DEVELOPERS AND PUBLISHERS!
On 4 October 2019 we’re inviting you to
donate a day’s revenue from one or all of your
games to help us level the playing field for
gamers with disabilities.
For One Special Day, let’s show the world we’re an industry
that’s loud and proud about changing lives for good.
IT’S THE PERFECT FIT
Your vital partnership will help raise £350,000 to enable gamer’s charity SpecialEffect to bring thousands of magic gaming moments to people of all ages who can only sit and watch everyone else have all the fun.
For your customers, 4 October will be the best excuse to buy games, ever. Thousands of people will spend on selected mobile, console and PC games because they want to support our work transforming the lives of gamers with disabilities. It’s a perfect opportunity for CSR and engagement with your communities.
We’d love you to be in on the action, and the amount you raise will always be confidential – only the overall total will be published.
Last year over 50 games industry companies across the world – including household names like EA, SEGA, Supercell and Rovio – gained global industry and media coverage for raising over £300,000 for One Special Day last year. But whatever the size of your company, your partnership will mean everything to us and the lives of the people you’ll be transforming.
“SpecialEffect is such a special charity which does incredible work to bring the enjoyment of play to gamers with disabilities. The team at RARE are thrilled as always to help and evangelise about the amazing work the SpecialEffect team do and be part of One Special Day 2019.”
“Make Real are delighted to take part… to enable all gamers play the games they want, no matter their abilities.”
“NaturalMotion is delighted to join forces again with SpecialEffect for One Special Day. Games have a transformative power – they enable us to connect with others while also delivering entertainment experiences that allow our imaginations to run wild. SpecialEffect’s work to make games accessible to as many people as possible is truly an inspiration and what being a good gamer is all about.”