MAG to Join One Special Day Charity Initiative
Swedish mobile publisher and developer MAG Interactive announced joining One Special Day philanthropic initiative this Friday, September 28th, 2018. For the second year in a row the company teams up with the British charity SpecialEffect, to help raise funds for disabled gamers. This year MAG will donate all the revenue generated from their word puzzle game Word Domination in the UK on Friday, September 28th.
During One Special Day major mobile game developers unite in order to help disabled people play video games. The donations will be used to create custom control setups that facilitate movements for gamers with various disabilities. Last year the event raised over £400K and this year the goal is to reach £500K mark with even more gaming giants joining the fundraiser.
|About MAG Interactive|
MAG Interactive AB (publ) is a leading Swedish developer and publisher of casual mobile games for a global audience. The company reaches over 10 million monthly active players with a portfolio consisting of ten successful games that have generated over 250 million downloads in total. The most successful titles like Ruzzle, Word Domination and WordBrain have all reached #1 spots on the App Store and Google Play. With offices located in Stockholm and Brighton, MAG Interactive’s games are distributed through virtual app stores allowing for global reach. MAG Interactive is listed on Nasdaq First North Premier with ticker MAGI. Avanza Bank AB is acting as MAG Interactive's Certified Adviser. For more information visit www.maginteractive.com.
SpecialEffect is a UK based charity which uses video games and technology to enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities. From controller modifications to eye-control, all customised gaming setups are designed to suit the very specific individual needs of every person regardless of his or her disability. For more information visit: http://www.specialeffect.org.uk