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Gaming fans in Australia and New Zealand are able to bid on special edition Xbox consoles signed by some big stars for charity to celebrate the sale of 1 million Xbox 360 consoles in the two countries.

A host of famous names have had their faces printed on the consoles and have personally autographed them to benefit the David Peachey Foundation, a charity that aims to promote the development of indigenous youth in Australia.

Fans can bid on consoles signed by Russell Crowe, Kelly Rowland, Slash, Jamie Oliver, Kim Kardashian, Elle Macpherson and many more. There is also a special Halo Console designed by Lord Of The Rings effects wizard Richard Taylor and Weta Workshop.

The David Peachey Foundation was founded in 2004 by former rugby league international, David Peachey. DPF was established to promote the development of young indigenous leadership, improve health outcomes, facilitate improved education attainment and encourage aspirations of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in their chosen field.

The first round of bidding runs until April 26, and the auction can be accessed here.

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