Event at Bowlmor Orange County to benefit Get-Well Gamers Foundation on Sept. 29

kid on hospital bed playing video games

via getwellgamers.org

If you ever wanted to rub elbows with top game designers and developers while also doing some social good, then you need to add this upcoming charity event to your calendars.

Obsidian Entertainment (developer of titles like Fallout: New Vegas and South Park: The Stick of Truth) is sponsoring an evening of bowling and geeky networking at Bowlmor Lanes at the District in Tustin, California. The event will take place Monday, September 29 2014 from 6:30pm to 10:00pm to benefit Huntington Beach, CA-based charity group Get-Well Gamers.

The Get-Well Gamers Foundation is a California-based 501(c) (3)-certified public charity dedicated to bringing electronic entertainment to children’s hospitals for the benefit of entertainment and pain management since 2001. Its network includes more than 230 hospitals and treatment facilities across North America and Canada. For more information, please visit: www.getwellgamers.org.


bowlmor lanes

via Bowlmor.com

It’s free to show up and show off your support, but it’s $50 for three hours of unlimited bowling, shoe rental and a raffle ticket for a chance to win many, many prizes, like a brand new Sony PS4, signed copies of Obsidian games, one-of-a-kind merchandise, gift cards and much more.

The money will go to support children in need. If you don’t have $50, you may donate at the event or here on their website. Feel free to bring games and gear you no longer play or use, as they accept merchandise as well.

Yours truly will be there to cover the event, so come by and challenge me to a game of bowling!

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