As the world continues to combat the spread of COVID-19, Singapore based games publisher I Got Game has pledged further support to aid workers on the front lines.
In January, IGG set up a donation fund to help local hospitals and health departments in China's Wuhan province procure important medical supplies, such as surgical masks, and N95 masks.
Earlier this month, IGG extended its relief efforts to Italy, South Korea, and Japan, and is now aiding US agencies having recently donated N95 masks to City of Fremont (Police Dept), Kaiser Permanente Medical Group and Stanford Hospital. IGG is also planning further donations soon.
In a recent Instagram post, IGG stated "The spread of COVID-19 is not stopping, and neither are we. As a multinational game company, IGG sees it as our duty to help fight this outbreak, and do our part to assist those in their time of need."
Last week on 18/3, IGG opened a donation request survey which gathered over 187 responses.
I Got Game is headquartered in Singapore with offices also in China, Japan, Thailand. Korea, the US and the Philippines.