EA Don’t Want Money From Humble Origin Bundle 2
This news is going to be a shocker for all EA haters, but EA has decided not to take any cut from the sales of Humble Origin Bundle 2. Humble Bundle is famously known for regularly offering games in pay whatever you want model. Those who donate to Humble Bundle has the option to decide how their money is used. You can choose whether to send your money to the developers, Humble itself or to charity. Humble has raised more than $50 million for charity since its launch in 2010.
EA is no stranger to Humble Bundle and have previously launched Humble Origin Bundle, last year. This year they decided to opt out of making any money from this particular sale and instead decided to give their share to Charity.
The current bundle supports,
- Girls Who Code – a nonprofit organization to encourage young women to complete a college-level computer science education and gain skills to enhance their employability.
- The V Foundation – a charity that funds research for all types of cancer.
- BuildOn – a group that aims to improve conditions in the developing world by emphasizing women’s education.
Humble Origin Bundle 2 will last for two weeks and ends on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 11 a.m. Pacific time. The bundle offers the following games for any price you wish to pay – Dragon Age: Origins, Peggle, Dead Space 2, Medal of Honor Allied Assault War Chest and Command & Conquer Generals. If you pay more than the average, which at the time of writing is around $4.64, you will also get Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Dragon Age 2, Bejeweled 3 and Mass Effect 2. Humble will add more games to the “pay more than average” before the 14 days are up and will also be added to the carts of above-average spenders.
Please visit Humble Origin Bundle 2 and support charities.
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