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Subject: Competing for Prizes or Charity? rss

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Steve DeBaun
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Hello everybody!

I'm wondering what the community's opinions are on cash prizes vs. competing for charities.

I'm holding a no-entry-fee $500 cash tournament to celebrate my new game, Ars Victor, at the Gateway convention in LA this month. I'm considering an option for players to compete on behalf of one of a handful of pre-selected charity organizations.

A question for YOU, the gamer -- would such an option make you more likely to compete?

Poll: For Money or Honor?
Would the option to donate your prize winnings to one of several respected charity organizations make you more likely to compete in a tournament?
More likely
No effect
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So, the general opinion from the sample-of-six: we don't give a rat's ass about charity! cool
 
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