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Win a tour of Microsoft or a Halo TV show role by donating to combat hunger

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Halo Infinite (Image credit: Xbox Game Studios)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced Microsoft's participation in the "All In Challenge," which allows people to potentially win a grand prize for donating to combat hunger around the globe.
  • Microsoft has offered two prizes to buy entries for: an extensive tour of Microsoft's offices, and a walk-on role on the upcoming Halo TV show.
  • Price of entry in the sweepstakes begins at $10, and the entry cap per person is 200.
  • All proceeds go towards Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has announced that Microsoft is participating in the "All In Challenge," which is a special sweepstakes that allows people to potentially win prizes by donating to combat hunger. Microsoft has offered up two prizes for grabs. The first is a full tour of Microsoft's headquarters that will give you an opportunity to see how Microsoft operates and a chance to speak with Microsoft engineers and employees. In addition, you'll also get to have a 30-minute mentoring session with Satya Nadella himself. The second prize is an opportunity to get a walk-on role in the upcoming Halo TV show that is expected to come sometime in 2021; on top of being in the show itself, you'll also get to meet and have a workout session with the actor who plays Master Chief, Pablo Schreiber, as well as spend time interacting with different props and set pieces. Both prizes include travel and lodging coverage, and you can take a friend with you as well.

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If you want to enter and have a chance at winning these prizes, you can do so by heading to this page (opens in new tab) and selecting the prize you want to shoot for. Entry costs start at $10 for 10 entries, but you can get significantly more entries then that by selecting one of the larger donation amounts. The entry cap per person is 200, though, so be aware of that. To learn more about the specific details of each prize, make sure to check them out using the link above. All of the proceeds from these sweepstakes go towards Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen and No Kid Hungry — all of which are highly-respected organizations.

What do you think of this sweepstakes? Personally, I think it's awesome, and I hope that plenty of funds are raised as a result of it. The world needs all of the positivity it can get right now, and I sincerely hope that as a result of this sweepstakes, many people end up getting supplies they need.

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Surface Precision Mouse (opens in new tab) ($77 at Amazon)

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Surface Pen (opens in new tab) (From $72 at Amazon)

Every Surface owner needs this Pen. Period. It supports 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt support for shading density, and enjoys supremely low latency. When paired with a Surface PC, the potential is endless. And it comes in a bunch of cool colors.

Surface Dock (opens in new tab) ($136 at Amazon)

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Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.

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  • If I win, can I be 343 Guilty Spark in the Halo TV show?