Square Enix, the name behind many known games, has announced the amount of money it has collected in the campaign it launched in the coronavirus process. The company said that $ 2.4 million was raised, and every penny of that money would be transferred to charities.
As the coronavirus began to spread very quickly last March, many companies around the world had launched various campaigns to support charities. A few of these campaigns were presented to players by the game giant Square Enix.
Square Enix, the developer of the Final Fantasy series, Tomb Raider, Hitman and many more games, started selling many of its beautiful productions at an incredibly discounted price within the scope of the “Stay Home and Play” campaign. The company announced that it would donate all of the revenue from these sales to charities in Europe and the United States.
In total, $ 2.4 million was raised:
As a result of the incredible discounts that millions of players have benefited from, Square Enix announced how much money they earned, that is, how much they donated with this campaign. With the discounts made according to the company’s statement, Square Enix sold $ 2.4 million.
All of the $ 2.4 million in revenue generated by Square Enix is based in Europe and the US, L.A. It was distributed among the Food Bank, Dans La Rue, The Big Issue, The Trussell Trust, Hamburger Tafel, Northwest Harvest and many more. While announcing the revenue, the company made a statement:
“We are proud and grateful for being generous to our communities during this crisis and helping us make a difference in people’s lives. This really means a lot to us – not only as a company, but also as a group of people living and working around the world. These are difficult times for most of us, so we want you to continue to act responsibly, follow local guidelines, and support both your communities and each other. ”
In addition to the discounted games, the popular developer company Square Enix offered Tomb Raider, Lara Croft GO, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, and a few more to encourage people to stay home. These free games have been downloaded by 16 million players in total.