GAMBIT Game Lab to raise Haiti funds with "Complete Game-Completion Marathon"

On February 26-28th, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab will host the 2010 Complete Game-Completion Marathon to raise money for relief efforts in Haiti.


On Feb. 26-28th, the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab will host the 2010 Complete Game-Completion Marathon to raise money for relief efforts in Haiti.

Teams of players will gather at the MIT lab to attempt to complete a game in one sitting. Participants independently seek sponsorship on a dollar/hour basis with all proceeds going directly to relief efforts in Haiti through Partners in Health, and with support from the MIT Public Service Center. The labs will be open 24 hours a day through the weekend to accommodate the teams, with snacks and refreshments available for the players.

The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the government of Singapore created to explore new directions for the development of games as a medium.

Learn more about the marathon, including how to sponsor a team, at gambit.mit.edu.


Topics: Game Lab, Gaming, Haiti, Public service

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