World of Tanks ANZ has announced that it will be hosting a charity livestream and silent auction to raise funds for Australians impacted by the devastating bushfires. World of Tanks has partnered with BlazeAid to raise funds for those in need. Hoping to raise thousands of dollars, World of Tanks ANZ’s stream will include a range of special guests and the silent auction.
BlazeAid, is a volunteer-based organisation that works with people in rural Australia following natural disasters. The organisation works to rebuild and replace fences and buildings as well as support victims and help them get back on their feet.
The livestream will take place on Thursday, January 23, 2020, from 3pm through to 11pm AEDT and will be hosted on the Wargaming Asia Twitch channel.
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Special guests appearing on the livestream include “World of Tanks Regional Product Director, Alex de Giorgio; ‘Wasaabi’, a member of the Victorian Country Fire Authority and World of Tanks Senior Moderator and Marty Williams, aka ‘CountryTripper’, Deputy Captain of Logistics, Mid-North Coast Brigade, NSW Rural Fire Service.”
The silent auction will be offering up the following fantastic prizes amongst others;
- pro gaming mouse and signed mouse mat by Wargaming CEO and Founder Victor Kislyi
- private Twitch streaming and production masterclass with Twitch influencer and World of Tanks ANZ Content Creator ‘Vondle’
- private gaming production master with Ally McLean, CEO of The Working Lunch and Wargaming Sydney Product Manager
- a personalized digital print / wallpaper by the World of Tanks APAC design team, amongst others
World of Tanks ANZ is aiming to raise $10,000 AUD. For more information, head to the official page. Wargaming has advised that the link won’t be live until tomorrow, Thursday, January 23, 2020.
Australia is currently experiencing its worst natural disaster ever. As of January 14, 2020, it’s estimated that 18.6 million hectares have been burned, 5,900 buildings have been destroyed, including 2,683 homes and at least 29 people have died. Additionally, it’s estimated that one billion animals have been killed and that some endangered species may have become extinct.