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Over 8,000 Pounds raised by Microgaming for charity


One of the leaders in the field of online gambling software development and implementation the Microgaming company has recently held the Manx Cancer Help Golf Day. This was yet another event the company organizes aiming to provide help to those who require it and to make it in a game form at the same time. The total sum they have raised was quite impressive – 8,170 Pounds. All this money was provided by now to the corresponding institution.

But the teams and the players who took part in the competition did not go home with nothing either. Once the buffet in the clubhouse was over they gave out the prizes and on top of these the high quality goody bags for all the participants.

The Microgaming’s CEO Roger Raatgever said after the even, that it was fantastic for a charity golf day to gather more than eight thousand Pounds. Every player who took part in the event would agree that it was a successful and exciting round of golf for an utterly worthwhile cause too. He thanked each and every company that entered a team and thus helped to raise this impressive amount and stated also, that the Manx Cancer Help would certainly greatly benefit from the donation.

And the CEO of Manx Cancer Help Andrea Chambers said that this first golf club event was just fabulous. She thanked Microgaming for the funds they provided for the event as well as for all the help with setting the event up properly. For the prize giving and for the refreshments too! She pointed out that Microgaming donated corporate tickets to any match of Chelsea team in this season (2014/2015) and thus raised the auction by two thousand altogether. She also thanked Allyn Laing and Buchanan MINI at the Mount Murray Golf Shop and all the others who helped to raise the money the event did. According to her this would go a long way in assisting them to develop as well as maintain all services they offer to people with cancer diagnosis.