EA Giving $1 Million to Charity During EA Play

Posted by | June 12, 2016 | News | No Comments
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EA announced during their media briefing that they’ll be launching special in-game events for players and giving $1 million to a select set of charities as part of a new itiative. Called Play to Give, the program is designed to “celebrate players” while giving back to the community.

The event starts today and features new in-game challenges for Battlefield 4, Battlefield Hardline, Star Wars Battlefront, Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes, FIFA 16, and Madden NFL 16. Many of the events offer players in-game rewards for participating.

The charities that will receive a portion of the $1 million are Code.org, Code 2040, HeforShe, National Center for Women & Information Technology, and SpecialEffect.

“These organizations give back to our player communities, support a more inclusive environment in videogames and help support and foster future game-makers. We’re excited to support them,” reads a story on the EA Play website.

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