Stand Up to Cancer Game On challenges added to start-up Lifestyle App ‘Challenge Accepted’

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London based app start-up Challenge Accepted are supporting Stand Up To Cancer’s Game On fundraising campaign. The campaign is calling on gamers to mix up their normal game play activity, all to raise money for Cancer Research UK. 

Challenge Accepted are hosting Gaming ‘Challenges’ for players to complete to raise money for cancer research. Examples include:

  • Get everyone on your team a yellow card in one match on FIFA

  • Win Fall Guys without jumping 

  • Complete 5 games which came out before you were born

Challenge Accepted is also enabling people to create their own fundraising challenges to start raising money with friends. 

Challenge Accepted is both a lifestyle and gaming app that helps people complete personal challenges. Be it 30 day health & fitness challenges, reading challenges, or even challenges to help keep the kids entertained, the app helps people discover, track and complete their progress – a great companion to people impacted by the COVID pandemic. The app comes with challenges for people to complete immediately and also gives them the option of adding their own. Available to download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
 

Steph Mandeville, Co-Founder of Challenge Accepted said Challenge Accepted is looking for gamers who want to get stuck in and challenge themselves – all for a great cause! We're proud to support and host Stand Up to Cancer’s Game On challenges

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