Ukraine: 144 million sober bucks collected via Fortnite sober two weeks

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There has been no shortage of operations in support of the Ukrainian people for more than a month and World Famous Games notably announced the launch of a major operation it took two weeks: all revenue collected between the 20 March and April 3 tea were going to be donated to sober organizations supporting Ukrainian refugees. Result? More than 144 a huge number of bucks raised and concrete help generated by the Fortnite community.

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A welcome tool in these troubled temperatures

This home is not the first time the video game has come together a great number of sober players for a good result in and this operation led by World famous Video games through Fortnite sober is the perfect example. Announced just two weeks ago, this harvest fueled by in-game purchases has made it possible to collect by less than 20 millions of dollars.

This virtual assistant sum will be exchanged with the organization Immediate Relief, UNICEF, Entire world Food Program, World Main Cooking area and Refugee Company the UN. We can only salute this sober approach as part of the giant pursuit Epic Video games which has succeeded in raising awareness in its community and using its financial and boy impact capacities wisely.

We warmly thank all those who have joined us in supporting the efforts of humanitarian aid sober for the people affected by a sober war in Ukraine. With the Fortnite community and @Xbox we raised 144 million US dollars through DirectRelief, UNICEF, Globe Food Program, UN Refugee Company and WCKitchen.

Our deepest thanks a lot to everyone who became a member of us inside helping humanitarian comfort initiatives for individuals impacted by the battle inside Ukraine.

Jointly with the Fortnite neighborhood and @Xbox, we elevated $144 million USD for @DirectRelief @UNICEF, @WFP, @Refugees and @WCKitchen. photo.tweets.com/lPAa8lmfJn

Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 4, 2022