Smite Announces Donations From Sales Of Select Skins To Aid With Australian Fire Relief Efforts
If you're still looking for ways to help with funding Australia's fire relief efforts, the Smite team has something you might be interested in. The game's developer is currently donating $2 for every Crikeydile Sobek and He Bro He Bo skin purchase made throughout January to the Australian Red Cross.
Of course, many players may already have these skins, so the Smite team encourages those that do, or those not interested in picking them up, to donate directly to the Red Cross via their website.
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