Special Olympics Teams Up with Ubisoft's Just Dance for New Event

Join Ubisoft in raising money for the Special Olympics by dancing to your favorite songs

Just Dance 2015, the sixth game in Ubisoft's Just Dance series, released last month for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Wii, and Wii U. Earlier this week, Ubisoft announced that they are holding a competition to raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics, "the world's largest volunteer organization." 

The announcement video features several artists whose songs you can dance along to, including solo artists Jessie J and Charli XCX, and bands like Rixton and Smosh. 

"The Just Dance Challenge," started on November 1st, and is open to individuals and large groups whose "friends and family [can make] pledges based on how much time you dance." Also, you don't need to own a copy of Just Dance 2015 to participate. You can play any Just Dance game, or you can go to the Just Dance Youtube Channel, and dance to the songs available there.  

Head over to the Special Olympics website to register and create your fundraiser page, or join another team. Ubisoft even created a group, which anyone can join here


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Published Nov. 25th 2019

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