QPAD GIVES THEIR "LOVE" TO THE PEOPLE OF CHINA.

Press release for release after 18:00 CET 21 may 2008

QPAD and NICEZ are joining forces to help the people in China after the catastrophic earthquake. QPAD have made an exclusive Limited Edition of their famous QPAD CT mouse pad that NICEZ will sell and all of the profits will go to helping people in China. The Limited Edition“LOVE” will be available on sale from the Nicez website.

The initiative for this collaborative venture was taken by the website Nicez.com, a non-profit organisation that reports on all the major gaming related news in Asia and the world.

"Supporting the people in China is natural and a way of giving back to people that have supported QPAD and to encourage our fans and other companies within the gaming community to join us and get involved in this worthy cause,“says Christer Körnbäck founder of QPAD.

The mouse pad is made in a limited edition of 100 pieces to start with and 100% of the money will go to helping China in the reconstruction of people’s houses and schools. This will be coordinated by Mr Zhi Li Chief editor of Nicez and China Red Cross Foundation.

“At present the disaster areas urgently needs tents, blankets, emergency food, drinking water, medical supplies and environmental disinfectant materials. By doing this partnership with QPAD we can support the Red Cross in China and make sure they can help as many people as possible,“says Mr Zhi Li aka zotob, Chief editor for Nicez.com

“The partnership clearly communicates to partners and customers the importance of social responsibility for QPAD in the gaming community,". To those that not want to by the mouse pad we still encourage all of you to go to the Red Cross website http://www.redcross.org.cn/english/index.htm and make a donation,“said Christer Körnbäck, founder of QPAD

“This might be the most important mouse pad you’ve ever had your hands on.”

www.nicez.com

http://www.redcross.org.cn/english/index.htm


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