Wargaming is launching several charity packages for its range of titles in aid of Ukraine

The country of Ukraine continues defend against the ongoing Russian invasion, which of course means that help is still needed for Ukrainian citizens caught in the maelstrom. Wargaming meets this need once again Launch of WargamingUniteda charity initiative that sells unique packages for six of the studio’s titles.

Items in these packs include a Tier VIII Premium tank and various cosmetics for World of TanksUkrainian cosmetics for World of Warships And Legends of World of Warshipstwo unique packages each for World of Tanks Blitz And World of Tanks Modern Armorand a Ukrainian Tier IX fighter jet package for World of Fighter Aircraft. 100% of the proceeds from these package sales will go to Ukraine’s official fundraising platform UNITED24, so that responders can purchase Type-C ambulances that the country needs to save lives.

“Here at Wargaming, we love war games, but we hate war,” explains the studio. “This is a particularly sensitive topic for us as we have an entire studio in Kyiv that continues to work hard to deliver features and events World of Tanks despite the horrors that their country experiences every day. […] We invite you to join us in supporting those affected by war and launching our largest charity project yet.”

Readers may recall that Wargaming took a hard line against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, extending beyond its numerous charitable efforts, including a costly withdrawal from Russia and Belarus and the firing of a senior developer who supported the invasion. Our own Ben Griggs wrote about the studio’s move from Russia and its impact on developers and companies back in April last year.


Curtis Crabtree

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