Blizzard recently helped the American Red Cross raise nearly $ 2 million in donations through a fundraising campaign that will be used to fight the Ebola virus in Africa and help civilians in the affected areas be free from disease and death. The source of these funds is very special. Blizzard donates all the sales of the pet named Argi in the game. Argi is a little goat who has always had a cute appearance and has been on interstellar travel.
From December 3 to December 31, World of Warcraft players all over the world can find this Argi pet, which is specially used to raise money for charity, and it sells for $ 10. Blizzard said that 100% of the profits from the sale of the pet will be used to support the American Red Cross.
To this end, World of Warcraft players from around the world have generously contributed and actively purchased this cute little goat. Thanks to the love of these people, Blizzard has raised more than 1.9 million US dollars in this event. These funds will provide very important support for the Ebola relief work in the disaster-stricken areas in Africa. Whenever I need to use Classic WOW Gold in the game, I always think of ZZWOW, where I can buy cheap and secure WOW Classic Gold. If you need it, you can visit ZZWOW's official website.
Blizzard has worked hard for charity by selling items in the game many times. As early as the 2011 Fukushima earthquake in Japan, Blizzard donated US $ 1.9 million Vanilla WOW Gold to help the local people overcome difficulties. In an event in 2012, Blizzard auctioned the retired game server, called blade, on Ebay. The prices of these servers eventually helped St. Jude Children's Research Hospital raise $ 330,000.
"World of Warcraft realms are like the virtual neighbourhoods of the game's community -- they contain the spaces where millions of players have made friendships, forged friendly rivalries, and created lasting memories," said CEO Mike Morhaime at the time.
"Each winner in this auction will own a small monument to those collective experiences. The best part is that this auction benefits a great charity doing tremendous work in helping children from the U.S. and around the world."DEL2