Humble Bundle joined the gaming companies that supported the protests in the United States. Stor will launch a $1 million fund to publish games from black developers.

Humble promises to tell you more about the initiative later. Nothing is known about the terms of the grants, and there is no exact launch date for the fund either.

In its announcement, the store expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement: “We stand in solidarity with those who condemn racism and violence against black people. Humble believes that games help to achieve greater rights and opportunities, as well as to unite communities. Our platform will be a means to achieve racial equality around the world.”

Previously, this movement was supported by EA (the publisher, like Humble, will allocate $ 1 million to fight racism), Ubisoft, Square Enix, Devolver Digital and other gaming companies.

Activision Blizzard did the same, but it turned into problems for her. The company was reminded that last fall it punished a streamer for supporting protests in Hong Kong.

Recall that the beginning of mass protests in the United States was the death of an African-American George Floyd (George Floyd). He was strangled by a policeman during his arrest. After that, part of the country’s population went to rallies against law enforcement officers.

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