You’re probably used to seeing publishers and RPG studios using Humble Bundle to shift stock. It can be a great way of putting together attractive packages, selling en mass and helping charities.
You don’t often get to see how much money goes to charity. The stats at the bottom of every Humble Bundle does tell you the total payments made. However, it’s not always clear what percentage goes to charity. Then there are PayPal fees to calculate, tips and the charity preferences set by some users. It’s not that straight forward.
In August, Cubicle 7 launched a Humble Bundle for Dark Hersey.
That project raised $80,000 for Doctors Without Borders.
Cubicle 7 revealed the total in a summary post this Sunday.
The publisher shifted 19, 849 Dark Heresy Bundles. That means each bundle is worth about $4 for charity.
That’s an impressive charity drive. Well done to Cubicle 7.
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