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Ex-Realtime Worlds staff running for GamesAid

Dundee industry figures taking part in Loch Ness marathon

Five members of the Dundee games industry are taking part in a marathon around Loch Ness to raise money for charity GamesAid, which supports smaller youth charities around the UK.

Colin Macdonald, Hugh Malan, Andy Elder, Paul MacGillvray and Rory Kelly are taking part on the run on Sunday October 3, all members of the team other than Rory Kelly previously worked for Realtime Worlds in Dundee.

"Many of us have found ourselves with more time on our hands than we expected, so it's good to be able to channel that into such a worthy cause as GamesAid," said MacDonald.

"We're a little nervous about how hilly the course is going to be - we're not sure how good training the Law Hill is going to prove. But hopefully as well as raising money for a great cause this helps reinforce that the games industry in Dundee is alive and kicking."

Donations for the race are open now on the team's Just Giving page.


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