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MLBB Donates IDR 200 Million to Save The Children Indonesia Through #PlayToSaveTheChildren

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang in collaboration with the non-profit foundation Save The Children Indonesia, held a campaign titled Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Beyond Gaming #PlayToSaveTheChildren with the aim of helping Indonesian children affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as the culmination of the Project NEXT series on 22 last September 2022.

This activity is held in two series of events. The first activity is the Beyond Gaming Live Streaming Challenge. Event hosted by Coki Pardede, Tretan Muslim, Irwansyah, Zaskia Sungkar, Jenadam Juneaas well as representatives from Save The Children, Fikri Sultonias F2F Fundraising Manager Save the Children which was present online, was held on September 23, 2022 ago on the MLBB Indonesia YouTube account.

Then, it was continued with the Victory Challenge which collected 100 selected MLBB streamers during the playing period on 26 – 27 September 2022 to collect as many wins as one win has a value of US$ 5 (approximately IDR 75,000).

“This activity is MLBB’s commitment to help Indonesian children affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope that the activities that we are doing can have a big impact in helping children to face difficulties, especially during this pandemic,” he said. Aswin Atoni, Brand Director Moonton Indonesia. “Thank you also to MLBB users for participating and jointly supporting this activity so that it can run well,” he added.

“We are very happy for the collaboration with MLBB at this Charity Event,” said Maitra Yodha Rahma Widiantini, Chief Fundraising and Marketing Save The Children. “This donation has a tremendous meaning for Indonesian children and can help them realize their dreams,” he added.

MLBB managed to donate USD 13,740 or around Rp. 202 million which will be donated to representatives of Save The Children Indonesia so that it can be distributed to Indonesian children who are struggling to continue learning in the current situation.