Call of Duty's DMZ event “Loot for Good” is not just about fun and games, it is also a charitable event. Activision has pledged to donate up to $1 million to its CoD Endowment charity, with each extraction made during the event. Here is everything you need to know!
On May 1, Activision has announced that its Call of Duty Endowment charity will receive real-world money from a new in-game event in Call of Duty's DMZ mode during Military Appreciation Month.
Loot for Good Challenge: Details, Start Time & Rewards
Activision's “Loot for Good” event will take place from May 1 to 7 in Call of Duty's DMZ mode and will benefit the Call of Duty Endowment charity. The charity focuses on helping military veterans find meaningful employment after deployment and collaborates with non-profit organizations in the US and the UK. For every successful extraction of at least $30,000 in DMZ, Activision will donate $1 to the Endowment.
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The initiative aims to engage players in contributing to the cause while they play, and to raise awareness of the importance of supporting veterans in their post-deployment careers.
According to Activision, the Endowment achieved its highest-ever single-year economic impact of over $1 billion in 2022.
Players can earn the “Loot for Good” calling card by extracting $30,000 in DMZ, and for each successful extraction, Activision will donate $1 to the Call of Duty Endowment charity, with a cap of $10 per player and $1 million in total.
Introducing #LootForGood - the first-ever charity extraction challenge in #DMZ!— Call of Duty Endowment (@CODE4Vets) May 1, 2023
For each DMZ match where you extract at least $30,000 from May 1-7, @Activision will allocate $1 to the Call of Duty Endowment up to $10/per player for a maximum of $1M pic.twitter.com/GEa8GRfkTj
The top 100 players' progress will be automatically tracked throughout the event on the Loot for Good leaderboard, allowing participants to keep an eye on their ranking.
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