Bungie Foundation Hosts Game2Give Charity to Partner with Destiny Streamers

Posted by | October 22, 2019 | News, Video | No Comments

You may recognize the name Bungie as the developers behind the Destiny and Halo series, but you may be less familiar with the Bungie Foundation, the nonprofit organization that features an iPads for Kids Program to provide tablets to children in hospitals.

Game2Give is a new charity event designed to bring more awareness to the foundation and the program, and raise money by partnering with the Destiny community. Starting today Destiny streamers and influencers can sign up to host a fundraising stream, which takes place between October 24 and November 10.

On next Tuesday, October 29, Bungie will host a 24-hour streaming marathon called Festival of the Lost. The marathon will feature big name content creators and developers in a major fundraising drive.

Streamers who sign up for the fundraiser can earn exclusive prizes by reaching certain funding milestones. At $500, for example, streamers can earn a Bungie Foundation Gilded Shell Exotic Ghost and Mist Blossoms Emblem for Destiny 2, as well as a 10% discount on the Bungie Store for the first 100 people. The top 50 fundraisers can earn a full prize pack, including a VoltEdge TX70 wireless headset, while the top 3 fundraisers will earn airfare and hotel stay to GCX 2020 next summer.

Donaters can also earn the Mist Blossoms Emblem and Exotic Ghost skin by donating $50.

The Game2Give charity event begins October 24.

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