So Far, Gamigo Players Have Planted More Than 76K Trees In The Latest Reforestation Projects Fundraiser
So, it turns out players of gamigo's games really like trees. Well, that or they just really like buying crates, mounts, and other useful items for their favorite game. Either way, the result is the same, gamigo's latest fundraiser for Eden Reforestation Project has brought in enough to plant more than 67,000 trees. That's a pretty large sum considering the fundraiser began a month ago.
The best part is that the fundraiser isn't even finished yet. Players have another 15 days to pick up goodies for their favorite game(s) and help plant even more trees.
As noted, this is the second time gamgio has teamed up with Eden Reforestation Projects, and the first time was just as successful. During that event, they funded the planting of more than 111k trees. So, between the two projects, at the moment, gamigo and its players have helped plant over 178,000 trees.
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