If you start talking about the games people having nothing to do with the industry generally apart from saving favorable items and great titles, but this time things are reserved and  Blizzard deserves a lot of warm words.

Blizzard Studio to donate 1.9 million dollars for anti-Ebola chores


Some time ago in World of Warcraft came intergalactic goat named Argi, you can hug the players under his wing for $10. Before you scream that this is a lot and we have yet to deal with another attempt to extract money from the players read a few more tasks.

All taken with the money because Blizzard will provide for a good cause, namely the fight against Ebola virus raging in Africa. Talking about quite a large amount – 1.9 million. Deserves applause not only Blizzard, but also the players, which moreover thanked manufacturer and reminded that helping is a good cause.

Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of World of Warcraft players around the world who purchased the Argi pet, we’ve raised a total of more than 1.9 million USD to support the ongoing Ebola relief efforts in Africa by the Red Cross. In December, we announced that for every Argi purchased by December 31, 2014, 100% of the adoption fee would be going to assist in aiding in the fight against this deadly disease — and the community embraced this cute little intergalactic nibbler, helping out a great cause in the process. Thanks again to everyone who helped make a difference.

Source: us.battle.net, lpainc