Neverwinter Kids

BioWare auction raises cash for charity

Source - press release

With Neverwinter Nights finally on its way to stores in the US, the game's Canadian developers BioWare have auctioned off two autographed copies of the game for charity. In all some $10,000 was raised for the BioWare Kids' Fund, with the money going to the Children's Mental Health Unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. Perhaps appropriate, given that the company's co-founders were originally doctors. BioWare's joint CEO Dr Ray Muzyka is reported to be "incredibly happy with the response this auction has drawn", with the money set to sponsor educational, recreational and sporting events at the unit. Related Feature - A Neverwinter Night's Dream

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