Wargaming Military Appreciation Month Promotion: 'World Of Tanks' In-Game Purchase Proceeds Will Go To Veteran Charities

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated May 13, 2015 12:03 PM EDT

Wargaming, developers of World of Tanks, is running a National Military Appreciation Month promotion.

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For the fourth consecutive year, Wargaming is partnering with veteran organizations to run the charity program, turning proceeds from in-game sales into donations. The organizations involved are AMVETS, Wounded Warriors Canada, the National Armor and Cavalry Heritage Foundation and Operation Supply Drop!

How does it work? Each week in May, one of the organizations will receive 25 percent of the proceeds from the dedicated in-game currency support packages purchased from the Premium Shop (NA) across World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition, and World of Tanks Blitz. In addition, 25 percent of the proceeds from each purchase of the Military Appreciation Month All-Charity Support Bundle will be divided between the four organizations.

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The different bundles are all outlined here, with the start and end dates (we missed the first--sorry AMVETS!) as well as in-game costs (though the prices are all the same for each). Currently, the Wounded Warriors Canada bundle is on sale, and the aforementioned Military Appreciation Month All-Charity Support Bundle will be on sale all month. The promotions will end squarely on June 1.

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