Shiloh Jones was a busy fellow at the Penny Arcade Expo two weeks ago, gathering signatures from a lot of video game industry celebrities on the packaging for one of those special edition Xbox 360 controller releasing to the general public this November.

Along with autographs from Major Nelson and Team Bungie, he scored signatures from Gearbox's Randy Pitchford, Penny Arcade's Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik, Capcom's Seth Killian, the Idle Thumbs crew, competitive fighting game player Justin Wong, and many others.

Jones is now auctioning off that controller and plans to donate 100 percent of its sales to Child's Play, the gamer-supported charity founded by Penny Arcade and dedicated to donating toys/games to childrens' hospitals around the world.

With 8 days left until bidding ends, the auction has already creeped into the triple digits with 18 bids. If you've got money to spare for a good cause, here's somewhere you can spend it!