Green Man Gaming partners with game publishers and GamesAid to launch brand new charity bundle
50 games bundle for £50 / $50 / €50 – Save good, Play good, Do good
[Update] – In the press release sent earlier today we incorrectly stated that Batman: Arkham Knight was included in our 50 game bundle. The game actually included is Batman: Arkham Asylum.
21 August 2018, London, UK – Green Man Gaming is proud to announce the launch of its new GamesAid 50 Game bundle created in partnership with GamesAid and sponsored by 18 leading game publishers to raise money for the industry charity. From today, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of all 50 games in the GamesAid bundle will be donated to GamesAid thanks to the support from game publishers and customers.
Customers that buy the GamesAid 50 Game bundle will receive fifty PC games from hit indie titles such as Human Fall Flat and The Flame of the Flood to must-have big games including Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, Batman Arkham Knight and Mount and Blade. With so many top games in one big bundle, gamers will save over £500 (RRP) in a single purchase.
The game publishers sponsoring the GamesAid 50 game bundle include Konami, Fatshark, New World Interactive, Rebellion, Green Man Gaming Publishing, Headup Games, Tripwire, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TaleWorlds Entertainment, Team 17, 11 bit studios, Curve Digital, 505 Games, Bethesda Softworks, Codemasters, Paradox Interactive, Double Eleven and Aspyr.
“We’re very happy to be working together with our publisher partners to support GamesAid, a great charity that’s always been at the forefront of getting the gaming industry to get out and raise money for great causes. This new charity bundle is our first collaboration with GamesAid with more to come in the near future so watch this space,”
says Paul Sulyok, CEO and Founder of Green Man Gaming.
GamesAid is a UK based charity made up of games professionals who raise money to support a number of small UK charities, helping disabled and disadvantaged children and young people.
Visit Green Man Gaming’s GamesAid page for more information.