Che Fu and Alan Bell win charity challenge
Thu, 12 Jul 2012 12:16p.m.
Musician Che Fu and NZ Gamer Editor Alan Bell have raised $1,000 for Canteen after winning the PlayStation Vita Vodafone Charity Challenge at Auckland’s Viaduct.
The pair edged out sportsmen, musicians and media to win the Amazing Race-style competition, which involved a series of challenges involving PlayStation games and 3G enabled social applications such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Skype.
Che Fu and Mr Bell were up against three rival teams of Manu Vatuvei and John Lai, Ben Matulino and Siobahan Keogh, and Thomas Abercrombie and Gerard Campbell.
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