UK Minecraft gamers raised nearly R2 million to assist feed South Africans

Like different dungeon crawlers, “Minecraft: Dungeons” seems to function totally different lessons of character to select from — from a warrior to a mage, and every part in between.

  • Two UK-based Minecraft gamers ran a fundraising drive for poor communities in South Africa.
  • Practically 700,000 players tuned in internationally.
  • The drive raised almost R2 million.
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Two in style gamers of the web Minecraft recreation – who stream their adventures to followers by way of YouTube –  have raised nearly R2 million to assist feed poor South Africans. 

The collaboration started when a South African-born gamer referred to as Rendog (who desires to stay nameless) – approached SOS Africa, a UK-based charity that primarily funds training alternatives in South Africa, who now additionally feeds households, to do a fundraiser.

Rendog is initially from Bloemfontein, however moved to the UK in 2006. He has simply over 463,000 subscribers on YouTube. The content material on…

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