Com2uS' Birdie Crush is raising money through its Heart Event for the Save The Children Fund

Com2uS' Birdie Crush is raising money through its Heart Event for the Save The Children Fund
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Birdie Crush, Com2uS’ animated fantasy golf game will run a charity initiative called Heart Event that’s aiming to convert the points earned by players of the game into a monetary donation towards the trust of Save the Children.

The Save the Children Fund, also known as Save the Children, is an international NGO, set up in 1979 in the UK. The NGO aims to improve the lives of youngsters through quality education and health care.

Regarding the event, Birdie Crush will hold multiple missions that will allow you to claim exclusive gifts. The gifts include various items such as legendary equipment boxes and costume combination material boxes.

After achieving a target of 10 million Hearts collection, the publisher will donate the amount to support the education of children to Safe Back to School (SB2S), through Save the Children Korea. This is all to help the children whose studies got affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Com2uS has also stated that education has always been a priority for them. The theme of Birdie Crush also reflects the importance of education that can be witnessed at Delion Bridge. A magical golf school where students' education revolves around their skills on the golf course.

The event will start from April 25th at 11 pm and run till May 16th 7:59 am PDT. In the first event, players are tasked with collecting hearts by playing various modes. 

Although, each mission can be completed only once a day and reset at 8 am PDT. After successful completion of the event, the game will reward you with 5 Hearts. The second event gives you a single chance to exchange hearts for a reward. And the final event needs you to collect 5 million and 10 million hearts to grab an Epic~Legendary Equipment Box x1 and Epic~Legendary Costume Combination Material Box x1 respectively.

Birdie Crush is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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