The game commonly known as PUBG can not be stopped. It seems mine is not the only life taken over by PlayUnknowns BattleGrounds this last month. Over two million copies of the game have been sold. I recently (finally) got my first ever chicken dinner in a group game. I just cant stop playing. It seems I am not the only one With over 2 million copies sold on Steam, and the game being one of the most played ever in steams history.

So what do you do when you have sold more copies of your game in a month than many will in a year? Well hold a charity tournament of course! Bluehole Kicks Off First Charity Invitational this week Matching up to $100,000 to Aid in Hospitalized Children’s Recovery with Exclusive Livestream on Twitch.

Join the team on their official Twitch channel Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 9:00 AM PDT to 5:00 PM PDT as 64 European streamers and 64 North American streamers battle through a series of competitions. Jump on the livestream extravaganza and help reach the donation goal of $100,000 for the event.  Donations will go towards supporting children and teens throughout the healing process through the unique ‘Gamers Outreach Kart’ program. For more information on how / where to donate, please visit the website

Gang-Seok Kim CEO of Blue Hole Inc said today:

“One of the main reasons we were able to hit this sales milestone is that we have a dedicated community who has helped us refine PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS We felt this invitational was a great way to give back and are pleased to make this small contribution to the cause. We are glad to support Gamers Outreach in their mission to provide recreation to hospitalized children and help their families cope with long-term treatment.”

“We’re absolutely thrilled to work with PLAYERUNKNOWN and the entire BATTLEGROUNDS community on this incredible fundraiser. As fans ourselves, it’s inspiring to see the outpouring of support from our fellow gamers. The funds raised during this event will make a tremendous difference for hospitalized children and their families for years to come,” said Zach Wigal, Founder of Gamers Outreach. “On behalf of our whole team, we’d like to extend our thanks to everyone involved with this effort. Whether you’re a streamer, donor, or helping to spread the word – your support is truly appreciated! Thank you for being a part of such a special event, and to Bluehole Inc. for being so generous and organizing this community initiative!”

I for one am glad to see PlayerUnknown and Blue Hole giving back in the face of their massive newly found sucess.