Win a 3DS at Cheltenham Festival

Industry charity GamesAid is giving people the chance to win a 3DS at this year’s Cheltenham Festival.

The handheld has been donated by Konami and comes with a copy of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D, while Nintendo has donated Pilotwings Resort, Nintendogs and Super Street Fighter IV. The competition is open to all members of the UK games industry, with a donation entry fee of 10.

All the participants have to do is pick twelve horses from a pre-selected list of entrants due to run at the Festival, which runs between March 15th and March 18th. Points will be allocated depending on how well each horse runs, and whoever has the highest score by the end of the Festival takes home the 3DS.

As a horse racing lover and attendee of the Cheltneham Festival every year, this is a brilliant idea from GamesAid Ambassador Steve Kay,” said GamesAid chairman Andy Payne.

The competition is easy to enter and it will help raise money for GamesAid as well as putting up the must-have gadget of 2011: a Nintendo 3DS. What better way of spending a tenner?”

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