GamesAid has started up its annual charity auction, which this year includes an Assassinís Creed 3 statue, a Tomb Raider Amanda Evert doll, and Adidas boots signed by Gareth Bale.
UK-based gaming charity GamesAid is once again holding an online auction this Christmas to raise money for its chosen children's causes. You can bid on rare and exclusive gaming items such as a life-size Assassinís Creed 3 Connor statue on auction site eBay now, with all the profits going to charity.
Among the other items on offer are a copy of We Sing Robbie Williams, signed by star himself, a selection of costumes worn by David Hasselhoff for the Burnout Crash TV ads, and an Enslaved art print signed by Ninja Theoryís Tameem Antoniades and actor Andy Serkis. The money will be going to good causes including Action for Kids, Jigsaw 4U, Small Steps, Special Effect, Willow Foundation.
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