i donated $10
$11 - $20
$21 - $60
i dnt want to answer that thanks
Catch the siege? What's that?
I know of the event, but nothing.
Shouldve used that money to join a sport and look for real people to admire.
If some's looking to donate to charity, as it happens, I'm accepting donations.
You can try to fit me in a box, only to see me burst out of it.
I sadly havent donated yet, however, the event has stretched beyond athene and WoW, a relatively well known LoL streamer, SivHD, held a 10 hour stream today raising over $700k (50k+ donated on stream with US AID multiplying all donations by 8.33.) So regardless of your opinions of Athene, its still a good cause and its picking up support all over the esport community.
Edit: total over $1,000,000 now
Last edited by HoursSH; 2013-09-07 at 11:50 PM.
Where is the option zero? I tend to actually do something when I want to do good... Like helping at the old people's home, the animal shelter or dig wells in Africa. Donating money like this is only to make yourself feel good, not to actually help.
"When you understand why you dismiss all the other gods people believe in, you will understand why I dismiss yours."
I've watched his stream for a while today.
Won't donate anything, though.
I would love to have nice things in game but the game is just too hard for me to earn them in.
Don't worry friend, let us go to the Blizzard store!
Im actually bothered with the insane multiplier that has no real explanation im somewhat skeptical about the whole thing.
I fully understand the concept of having these multipliers on donations, how they are funded and why they are there in the first place as an incentive but 8.3 times any donation?
Yeah, i'd like to know how exactly that massive amount of money suddenly just appears out of nowhere.
Gamers donating to charity is great, dont get me wrong, but the incentive just seems way out of normal range.
None, don't really like donating to charities unless they are local ones.
dragonmaw - EU
There is no haven't donated option?