Donate to help victims in Haiti, get in-game items
1/18/2010 11:04:00 AM
Outspark has announced another way for us to help the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti. All players have to do is buy one of the in-game "Help Haiti" bundles priced at $5. Outspark will then donate 100% of the money to the relief organization "Yele Haiti." Side note: this relief organization was created by Wyclef Jean who was born in Haiti.
In which games can you find "Help Haiti" bundles? They are Fiesta
, Secret of Solstice
, Wind Slayer
and Project Powder
. This is available for the next two weeks (end January 31). If you plan on donating via this method be sure to do it soon
Play Outspark Games and Help the Victims of Haiti
Outspark To Donate Proceeds from In-Game Sales of “Help Haiti” Bundles to Yele Haiti Charity
San Francisco, Calif. – January 18, 2010 – Outspark, the premier North American publisher for free-to-play massively multiplayer online (MMO) games, is giving players a chance to help the victims of the devastating Haiti earthquake.
Through the end of January, Outspark will donate 100% of its proceeds from the sales of its in-game “Help Haiti” bundles to Yele Haiti, a relief organization founded by Haitian-born musician Wyclef Jean, whose mission is to provide humanitarian aid and assistance to Haiti. The “Help Haiti” bundles are available for purchase in four of Outspark’s online games: Fiesta, Secret of the Solstice, Wind Slayer and Project Powder. “Help Haiti” in-game bundles are available for $5 each and are located in each game’s online store until January 31, 2010.
For more information about the “Help Haiti” program at Outspark, visit http://www.outspark.com
Outspark is a leading entertainment services company that publishes and operates engaging online multiplayer games. Featuring a portfolio of immersive free-to-play PC games and related content, the company is building an online destination where members come for the free games and stay for the community. Backed by Tencent, Altos Ventures and DCM, Outspark is headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., with a subsidiary office in Seoul, Korea. For more information, visit http://www.outspark.com.