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Humble Bundle for Ukraine raises $20m

Collection of over 120 games raises significant figure through 473k contributors

A Humble Bundle set up to raise money for Ukrainian aid has closed, with 473,796 contributors raising over $20 million in total.

The Stand for Ukraine bundle launched on March 18 and contained over 120 items with a value of over $200.

100% of the proceeds raised will be donated to Razom for Ukraine, International Rescue Committee, International Medical Corps, and Direct Relief, which provides "vital humanitarian crisis relief efforts for the people of Ukraine today."

Humble announced the closure of the bundle and the total figure raised via Twitter, and added: "Thank you all for your support!"

Earlier this month, indie games storefront Itch.io also raised $6.3 million through a bundle set up to fundraise for those affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The games industry is also still working to show its support; keep up to date with the latest developments in our ongoing roundup.

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