For May 2018’s MCM London Comic Con we will be continuing our tradition of holding a charity raffle to fundraise for a cause that we believe in. This time we’re raising money for a cause very close to our heart – Special Effect.
All you need to do to win some anime goodies is donate £2 (or more!) to the page – one donation is equal to one entry, so please make multiple donations for multiple entries.
The FIRST PRIZE is a video game themed anime bonanza! In honour of SpecialEffect, we’ve collected together some of our most popular franchises that also have video games – including Digimon, Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! Get Digimon Adventure Tri 1-4, Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You, two DBZ movies and two Yu-Gi-Oh! movies on Blu-ray!
The SECOND PRIZE is a book & Blu-ray bundle collecting together some of our most popular franchises! Get Digimon Adventure Tri 4 and Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You on Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, and delve into the worlds of One Punch Man & JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure with these limited edition books!
THIRD PRIZE is a brilliant bundle of anime merch! From Yu-Gi-Oh! to In This Corner of the World, we’ve got you covered – it’s art cards, booklets and stickers galore!
About Special Effect:
We put fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games.
By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, we’re finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities. But we’re not just doing it for fun. By levelling the playing field, we’re bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on therapy, confidence and rehabilitation.
PRIZE DRAW ENDS TUESDAY 29TH MAY AT 3PM
Entry Information and Terms & Conditions:
To enter the raffle, please donate £2 (or more!) to the page – one donation is equal to one entry, so please make multiple donations for multiple entries. We will need to contact you via email if you win a prize, so please make sure your details are correct and that you tick the box next to our name at the end of the donation process so that we receive everything correctly. All donations will go directly to Special Effect.
Entries will be open until 3pm BST on Tuesday 29th May, and the prizes will be allocated shortly afterwards.
Announcements will be made on our Twitter account, @MangaUK and winners will be contacted via email. Donations received after 3pm 29/05/18 will not be counted in the draw, but may still be given to the charity. Entries are only open to UK residents aged 16 or over. If we find out that you are underage or overseas, or if you do not respond to our email within 7 days, your prize will be re-allocated.
You are welcome to donate if you are outside of the UK, but you will not be eligible to win a prize. To donate without entering, please write ‘Non-Entry Donation’ in the comment box.
We will access entrants’ email addresses for the sole purpose of contacting winners about their prize – nothing else. Personal information will not be saved, shared or used by us for any other purpose.
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