Armistice the gaming fundraiser from War Child UK and Children in Conflict have raised a wonderful $380,000 in 2018 for Children Affected By War. This takes the total to a whopping $759,695.

in 2018 the charities worked together with development and publisher studios and gaming communities to participate in peaceful games and show live-streams to raise money for the absolutely fantastic charities to help the children who are suffering from the effects of war.

Lionel Lovisa, Producer for 11-11: Memories Retold at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe said “With 11-11: Memories Retold we wanted to make a game that goes beyond traditional entertainment.With that in mind, working together with War Child UK made a lot of sense.

Bringing more fun to everyone is the mission of Bandai Namco Entertainment but we know that “fun” can be a privilege that many can’t afford. We hope the 11-11: Memories Retold charity DLC will help War Childaccomplish more today while it also reminds everyone about the human realities of being drown into conflict.For a better tomorrow we need to remember the lessons of the past.

Artiom Muraska, Regional Publishing Director, WoT Europe, which has supported Armistice from the beginning, commented; “We were thrilled and honoured for the third consecutive year to once again be part of the Armistice Campaign supporting the incredible and invaluable work that War Child UK do. The response from our amazing World Of Tanks players was overwhelming and a resounding success beating all previous years.

So, from us all at Wargaming, we would like to take this opportunity to thank every one of our dedicated players for their participation and generosity without whom none of this would be possible.”

If you’re interested in seeing what else the two charities get up to, you can view the links below:

War Child UK –




Children in Conflict –



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