Russian developer MyTona has revealed it will donate ₽45 million ($500,000) with partners inDriver and Arsen Tomsky to hospitals in the country to help battle Covid-19 cases.
As revealed via the free-to-play firm's Facebook page (translated via PocketGamer.biz), the funds will be used to purchases lung ventilators, with many health authorities struggling to keep up with the current demand.
MyTona originally started in Yakutia, so is working with a number of undisclosed partners to help their local community during this difficult period.
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This is one of a number of moves made by mobile game companies after hardware firm Razer vowed to manufacture one million surgical masks for health workers to help stop the spread of the virus.
The coronavirus has had huge effects on the industry since the pandemic began. Numerous game events scheduled, such as E3, GDC, Bitsummit, and more have been cancelled or postponed as a direct result.
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