Riot Games, a developer of League of Legends and other gaming titles, announced it will donate $1 million to the nonprofit organizations in Ukraine. The developers hope that they can provide aid for those who were harmed during the Ukrainian civil unrest this past November.

Riot Games to donate $1M to the nonprofit organizations in Ukraine

The “nonprofits near me” is a nonprofit organization that provides services to low-income families and individuals. The organization has received $1M from Riot Games, the developer of League of Legends.

Russia’s Reactions

Many Esports teams and game development businesses have taken drastic measures in the past few days to protest Russia’s hostile behavior. Russian teams like as Gambit and Virtus Pro were banned from professional CS: GO by ESL and BLAST, but its players were allowed to participate in events without representing their nation. Electronic Arts withdrew all Russian teams from their games, including the National Team, and companies like CD Projekt RED and 11-bit Studios donated 100% of their profits to help those affected by the conflict.

Riot Games joined the chorus of firms denouncing the continuing invasion of Ukraine, which has impacted the lives of tens of thousands of people. The earnings from new Bee skin purchases for League of Legends will be contributed to the fundraising in addition to Riot’s contribution. Those interested in contributing and playing Riot Games games may buy a battle pass or a new Bee skin.

A $1 million charity fund will be distributed to three charitable groups in the impacted regions. The following is Riot Games’ official comment on the fundraiser:

“All earnings from VALORANT, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics, and Wild Rift battle passes, as well as the new Bee skin line in League of Legends, will be given to fund humanitarian aid efforts in the area from March 5 to March 12.” Riot will donate $1 million to three humanitarian organizations in addition to the player-supported fundraiser:

  • International Medical Corps (IMC) is a non-profit
  • Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières
  • Red Cross of Poland


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