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Playtech announces Canterbury earthquake-relief sale

24 Feb 2011

If you're considering making a computing or gaming purchase soon, you can do so while also doing your bit for those Cantabrians suffering in the wake of the recent, catastrophic earthquake. Playtech, an Auckland-based computing retailer, has pledged to donate $1 for every $10 of sales until the end of February.

Not only does Playtech custom build gaming and workhorse computers for dirt cheap, but the store also carries a bunch of gaming accessories (ranging from Gunnar Optiks eyewear to various brands of gaming headsets, keyboards, mice, computer speakers and more).

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