Practically the whole world is united in helping Ukraine, condemning Russia in all possible ways for its behavior. Whether it’s banning various services and products from Putin’s country, or fundraising, all the help is precious at a time when the Russian president doesn’t seem to be giving in to anything.
We recently reported that Epic Games and Microsoft will use Fortnite revenue to help the Ukrainian people. The latest news indicates that the title has already succeeded in raising $36 million for this humanitarian act of solidarity.
Fortnite has already raised $36 million for Ukraine
The promise has been made and it appears to be being meticulously kept. Epic Games announce Officially, the revenue generated by Fortnite for two weeks, from March 20 to April 3, will go entirely to humanitarian aid for Ukraine.
Well, only a day has passed and the popular game has already managed to raise 36 million dollars, about 33 million euros. This information was revealed by Fortnite itself, on its official Twitter account:
Together, we have already raised $36 million for humanitarian relief for Ukraine. The money will go to UNICEFAnd the WFPAnd the Tweet embedAnd the Tweet embed. pic.twitter.com/JQESsGxDVt
- Fortnite (FortniteGame) March 21, 2022
As mentioned earlier, the amount will be donated to various humanitarian aid organizations working on Ukrainian soil and with refugees in the country, such as UNICEF, Direct Relief, the United Nations Refugee Agency and the World Food Program.
In addition to Epic Games, Microsoft has also joined the initiative, by donating the net revenue received from sales of Fortnite on the Xbox Microsoft Store, also during these two weeks.
And with the launch of the new season of the game, called "Resistance", earnings will certainly be higher in this period, as players will buy several new items.
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