Bloodhunt Streams For Charity


When you think of children’s charities, who doesn’t picture vampires battling it out to the death in Prague? Sharkmob, developers of the recent Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt announced an upcoming streaming tournament for the battle royale title. For charity. This Saturday, May 14, Alex “Goldenboy” Mendez and Jacki Jing will oversee a tournament of eight teams fighting it out on the battlefield. To help feed children of course.

Teams earn money for eliminations with the top team receiving a scourge blade trophy with their name on it. The tournament will raise money for Save The Children, an organization dedicated to saving the children. Donations can be made here.

“Today, a record number of children, 450 million, that’s – 1 in 6 – are living in conflict around the world. Children are on the frontlines of an unprecedented global humanitarian crisis and their right to survival, protection and education are under threat. As conflict rages around the world – from Ukraine to Myanmar, Syria to Yemen – It’s more important than ever to press that children everywhere have the right to live in peace and safety. We are proud to have Sharkmob support Save the Children’s programs and the call to #StopTheWarOnChildren.”
– Paul Butcher, Head Global Digital Marketing, Save the Children

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