You could win this arcade system worth $4,000 by donating to charity

Enter for free or get more entries (and chances of winning) by donating to the Playing For Change Foundation.

  • You could win an epic arcade system for your home as part of this Polycade Lux Giveaway.
  • The winner will receive the epic home arcade system worth $4,000, which features over 54 built-in modern and retro games.
  • Enter for free or get more entries (and chances of winning) by donating a minimum of $10 to charity.

Calling all gamers for the ultimate Polycade Lux Giveaway. This is your chance to win an epic home arcade system valued at $4,000 and all you have to do to enter is donate a minimum of $10 to charity. Yup, it's that easy and you'll feel good doing it.

Each donation amount gets you a specific number of entries and the more you donate, the more chances you'll have to win. The minimum $10 donation provides you with 100 entries, while $25 equals 250 entries, $50 is 1,000 entries, $75 is 1,500 entries, $100 is 2,500 entries, and $150 is 4,500 entries. In the end, the proceeds will go toward the Playing For Change Foundation, an organization founded in 2007 that works to create positive change for children in underserved communities across the world through music and arts education.

In addition to the Polycade Lux Home arcade, it will include the Ultimate Modern Fighting Game Pack, which will feature heavy hitters such as Street Fighter V, Mortal Kombat 11, DRAGON BALL FighterZ, Soul Caliber VI, Street Fighter X, and plenty more.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to have the dream at-home arcade you've always wanted. In total, the giveaway has a value of $4,449, so fingers crossed you end up being the winner. Then again, you can definitely increase your chances by simply giving back and donating.

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