Following a successful charity Valorant skins bundle sale in-game, the Riot Games Social Impact Fund has raised over $5.5 million for charitable causes.
Riot Games today released the results of the Give Back Bundle, which was on sale from June 22 to July 8. This package lets players purchase the Ion Operator, Reaver Sheriff, Reaver Vandal, and Valorant Go! Vol. 1 Spectre skins for 1,755 Valorant Points – around $20 per skin. The entire bundle was discounted to 6,382 Valorant Points, which is roughly $60.
The Riot Games Social Impact Fund has received 50% of the proceeds from weapon skin sales and 100% of the proceeds from accessory sales. The Riot Games Social Impact Fund is a philanthropic venture fund set up to make donations to global organizations working to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues.
In the current Valorant blog, Jimmy ‘Shiningbandito’ Hahn states, “We can’t thank you enough for supporting the Give Back Bundle by casting your votes and extending your weapon cache for a good cause.” “With the Riot Games Social Impact Fund, we look forward to partnering with you again to help local non-profits and be change agents in your communities.”