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Grab some great savings and put money to a good cause with War Child UK’s Steam sale

By Dom Peppiatt
19 July 2021 17:40 GMT

War Child UK is holding another Sporting Champions fundraiser this week, offering you the chance to save money on games and donate money to a good cause.

If you pledge money to the cause, you will be able to help support children and young people whose lives have been affected by war. Perhaps the most notable savings for games are in MotoGP 20 (which is 70% off right now) and  MXGP 2019 (which is 80%  off). Descenders is also absolutely worth a go if you’ve never played it before.

All you need to do is nab yourself some sports-themed video games via the special Steam sale (linked below) and proceeds from your selections will help fund the charity’s work in protecting, educating, and standing up for the rights of children caught up in conflict.

Sporting Champions takes place until July 21, so you’ve got a few more days to pick up games at a discount.

Here’s the full list of games you can buy in the War Child UK Steam Sale:

  • Drive Buy
  • Descenders
  • Can’t Drive This
  • Superflight
  • Minit Racer
  • RIDE 3 + All DLC
  • Monster Energy Supercross 3 + All DLC
  • Gravel + All DLC
  • Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO + All DLC
  • Ghostly Matter
  • Moto GP 20 + All DLC
  • Milestone Anthology Bundle
  • MXGP 2019 + All DLC
  • Snowtopia Ski Resort Builder
  • Super Street
  • Worms Crazy Golf

But that’s not all: as well as making some games available to you for cheaper during the sale, Sporting Champions will also livestreams from several Twitch streamers. You can head over to the dedicated Tilify page to learn more about which streamers you can support for the charitable cause, and when you can chip in on their streams.

“The money raised from this year’s campaign will go towards funding our life-changing aid programmes: from helping Yemeni children access education, to reintegrating child soldiers in the Central African Republic, and promoting justice for young people in detention in Afghanistan,” says a message on the charity page.

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