Fortnite has raised over $144 million for Ukraine

Fortnite has raised over $144 million for Ukraine

The fundraising period for the Ukrainian rescue has ended, with Fortnite raising $144 million in two weeks. The sum of the overall final earnings will be shared out between five non-governmental organizations active in Ukraine, including UNICEF, immediate aid, the world food program, World Central Kitchen, and UNHCR.

Fortnite has raised over $144 million for Ukraine

Epic Games first announced the campaign on March 20, saying that all revenue generated by in-game sales for two weeks would be donated to relief efforts in Ukraine. Xbox also joined the fundraiser, generating its own money while Fortnite was up and running. Epic confirmed the total via a tweet on the official Fortnite Twitter account:

The game’s popularity is on the rise, and this event takes place at the same time as the launch of Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2, when in-game purchases are at their peak. Epic became one of the biggest corporate contributors after raising funds, The Gates Foundation has donated a lot of money to help people in the Russia-Ukraine war. It’s difficult to quantify exactly where Epic’s role is, but it amounts to approximately the whole country. For background, according to the tracking list of donations to Ukraine, the Czech Republic gave $66 million in assistance to Ukrainians refugees and an additional $13.2 million in humanitarian aid to people still residing in Ukraine (these amounts do not include the Czech Republic’s contribution to military aid).

Put a lot of money into a very worthy cause in a short period of time. UNICEF stated in its most recent situation report that as of March 31, Over 4 million people had fled the Russian attack on Ukraine by early 2015, seeking refuge in other countries. Another 6.5 million Ukrainians were internally displaced as a result of the conflict.

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