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E3 2009 Charity Get-together; come meet us, win prizes

Submitted by on Monday, 18 May 20097 Comments

ps3attitude white 4001 E3 2009 Charity Get together; come meet us, win prizesToday PS3 Attitude is pleased to announce that not only will we actually be at E3 2009, covering all the major events from the show-floor and various related press events, but we’re also hosting our own charity shindig.

Yes, this is your chance to meet us in person in Los Angeles and have a drink with us and our friends and contacts from the video game industry.

And if that wasn’t enough, as well as helping us raise some serious cash for our Charity Fund, you’ll get the chance to win some cool prizes too.

The event is being held at The Golden Gopher on Monday 1st June from 20:00 to 22:00 Pacific Time. You can find out all the main details and book your ticket now at our event management site, powered by EventBrite.

There are only 100 tickets available, so be quick and book your now place to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are $20 and include a drinks voucher to get you started. We’ll have prizes/giveaways on the night, and at least $14 of your entry fee will be donated to GamesAid via the PS3 Attitude Charity Fund.

There will be more information on the event soon, so keep an eye out here or at our Twitter feed.

We’ll see you there!

P.S. Please bring suitable ID with you to prove your identity and age. This event is for people over 21 years old. We and The Golden Gopher reserve the right to refuse entry for any reason and no refunds will be given. Dress code is smart casual. The Golden Gopher strictly enforce their dress code daily. No shorts, flip flops, baseball hats, athletic wear (including jerseys) or overly baggy clothing will be allowed.