Igaming companies collect, or rather the whole international gaming industry collects, beyond 300 thousand euros in funds for Ukraine At the moment in conflict with Russia.
One was created SEPTE COLLECTION CALL "GAMING INDUSTRY FOR UKRAINE", which had the goal of collecting 299,806.65 $ (250 thousand pounds). This goal, however, has already been overcome. In fact, the figure collected before the last day available to make deposits was of 301.515,55$ (251,425 pounds).
The campaign with which the gaming industry collects over 300 thousand euros in funds for Ukraine
Igaming companies collect over 300 thousand euros for Ukraine through a campaign called, as we said, “Gaming Industry for Ukraine”.
The funds raised will be donated to Choose Lovenull It is a charity company that donates donations to various non -governmental organizations (NGOs) engaged in supporting only through humanitarian aid.
Ha Already donated funds for aid to 23 organizations operating in Ukraine, for a total of $ 1.4 million. For example, 175 thousand dollars ended up at Caritasnull He then used them to pay the fuel of the means they use to help civilians, 30 thousand for support and assistance to LGBT Ukraine people. 50 thousand dollars also arrived at the Humanitas which uses them for the purchase of medical products.
The gaming industry collects over 300 thousand euros in funds for Ukraine e Betsson is the one who has given the most, or 50 thousand poundsnull But also Microgaming, Clarion Gaming, Better Collective, Spribe Ou, Games Global and Oryx Gaming, among others, have made significant contributions to the campaign.
On the gaming industry that collects over 300 thousand euros in funds for Ukraine he spoke One of the organizers of "Gaming Industry for Ukraine", Shona O'Donnell, who is also the head of the company's strategic events for Better Collective.
He has declared: "I have always been proud to be a member of the game community and never after seeing how they supported this campaign to send aid to Ukraine".
And he concluded saying: "It was overwhelming to see support from all sectors of industry, both on a personal and corporate level".