Bungie, the developer of famous games such as Destiny 2, has raised $1.6 million for children in Canadian and American hospitals through its charity Bungie Foundation, with 5,500 anchors from 104 countries participating in the event.
It is reported that Bungie’s charity event called Game2give, officially launched on October 24 this year until November 10. The $1.6 million raised will be used for the Bungie Foundation’s children’s iPad program development and Children’s Network Miracle. In two projects, these allow young patients in hospitals to use their carefully planned content on an iPad to reduce the pressure on young patients in hospitals.
“At Bungie, our goal is to create a world of friendship, and we’re grateful to our community for this strong recognition,” says Christine Edwards, director of the Bungie Foundation. Edwards went on: “When our community comes together to help children in hospitals, the guardians of our game (the Destiny series) support their protected objects both inside and out of the game, and we see this every day, where a lifetime of friendship is built.” ”
It’s also worth noting that this isn’t bungie’s first charity event: the Bungie Foundation has previously raised $225,000 for civilians affected by Hurricane Harvey in 2017 and more than $1 million for Nepal in 2015.