The annual Mobile Legends: Bang Bang festival has partnered with a children's charity to raise funds for kids affected by the enhanced community quarantine.
In cooperation with Save the Children Philippines, the organizers of MLBB - 515 held an event called "Crazy Legends: Charity Homestand."
Twenty gamers streamed their quests and the top five were selected to do a "Winner Stream" for charity.
Moonton, the company behind Mobile Legends, pledged to donate thousands of dollars based on the peak concurrent users of the charity stream.
In another event called "Victory for Charity," organizers also donated $10 for every ranked win from the live stream of 100 gamers in the Philippines.
The festival will also hold an intercity match among teams from 40 cities in the Philippines. Winners will get a share of the P300,000 prize pool.
Selected artworks featuring Mobile Legends heroes will also be auctioned online starting April 30. Other activities include a music and dance challenge and low budget cosplay. --MGP, GMA News