This year, we are celebrating Christmas in the most fun way possible, and it starts with the Christmas Eve release of a new game from Microsoft, “Minecraft.”
The game, which will launch exclusively on Xbox One, is the most popular Minecraft game ever and has been downloaded over 500 million times since it launched in December.
Now, Microsoft is partnering with EB Games to create a new event in partnership with EB GameStop.
The store will host the “Minecraft Holiday Event” on November 30, and the games will be available for play for the first time ever.
The event will be open to all Xbox Live members, and Microsoft is offering special deals on games and holiday events on Xbox Live Marketplace.
Xbox One members will be able to take advantage of the discounts by playing Minecraft Holiday Event on the console.
It’s not a perfect event, however, because it will require Microsoft to partner with EB to get games into stores.
“Minecraft has become the best-selling game in the world, so we’re excited to partner up with EB in a way that gives everyone a chance to play this game for Christmas Eve,” said Scott Hartsock, general manager of EB Games.
“This new holiday event gives everyone in the gaming community a chance at getting a chance for a rare gift and also a chance of helping support our communities efforts to fight global warming.
It will also give us more visibility into what is happening in the games industry and how gamers are responding to the issues we face.”
The “Minecraft Christmas Event” will be hosted at EB Games stores in the United States and Canada.
The retailer has been a leader in the digital holiday marketplace, offering discounts on a wide range of products, including toys, clothing, music, and games.
This new partnership with Microsoft will give EB Games a huge boost in reaching its members.
“We’re excited that Microsoft will be partnering with us to bring Minecraft to our stores, and EB Games is one of the largest retailers in the US, Canada, and Europe,” said Matt Capps, vice president of retail at Microsoft.
“As an online retailer, Microsoft has the ability to reach a huge portion of our customers through its digital platform and EB is a partner in that effort.”
“We are excited to welcome Microsoft to the Microsoft Xbox Gaming Club,” said Bob Schatz, general counsel and general manager at EB.
“With Minecraft, Microsoft provides gamers with the tools to create their own worlds and explore an ever-growing universe with the most advanced gaming hardware on the planet.”
EB Games has been on a mission to raise awareness about climate change and help people with the effects of global warming, and has helped bring Minecraft and other gaming titles to retailers like Target and Toys R Us.
“I am extremely excited to be part of this partnership with Minecraft and EB,” said Bill Schulz, senior vice president and general counsel at EBGames.
“Together, we’re making sure the holiday season is a celebration of everything we stand for: compassion, kindness, and creativity.
We look forward to seeing what people from across the globe create for our stores this year.”