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GameOn! is a promotional offering involving 40 schools and colleges in South Africa with LOTS of PRIZES to WIN and REWARDS to be REAP!!

GameOn! is geared to benefit schools, colleges, students, learners, parents and former pupils as well as to give back to sports development around the country. So everyone is a winner!

This unique competition has a wide range of prizes and incentives up for grabs. It’s a WIN WIN scenario for all involved!.

Vouchers for the competition are R100 each of which a portion goes directly back to schools (cash, a sports clinic with past and former Internationals which is priceless, prizes for their learners and much much more) and a portion directly to sports development respectively. These vouchers can be redeemed for a variety of exciting items available on our website NOW!

BUT….. Not only can you now redeem the full value of your R100, you also automatically go into the Main Prize Draw to Win one of these AMAZING PRIZES…..

1st PRIZE
ONE MILLION RAND CASH

2nd PRIZE
R200 000 ACER HOME TECHNOLOGY MAKE OVER

3rd PRIZE
A HOLIDAY FOR 5 PEOPLE IN TSOGO SUN’S 5 STAR RESORT IN THE SEYCHELLES

The student who sells the most vouchers nationwide stands in line to win a R400 000 University scholarship or a top of the range motor car which will go to the pupil who sells the most vouchers.

A simple, user-friendly system will allow schools to raise funds without the traditional problems associated with fundraising drives. This unique fundraising opportunity involves the simple buying of vouchers using cellphones or the internet by pupils, former pupils communities and staff for only R100 each. Through the power of social media and networking, the system allows the sellers to go way beyond their normal community target market and virally gets the message to people not only all over the country but the world. It’s the revolutionary answer to taking the strain off parents and close family who are normally the target market for fundraising efforts.

The benefit of this system removes the concerns of cash on hand, tricky administration, donor fatigue and more importantly time and effort required in such fundraising initiatives. It’s a WIN WIN for everyone!