Valorant raises $5.5 million for charity with Give Back Bundle

By Olivia Richman

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Aug 4, 2021

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Valorant players have raised more than $5.5 million for the Riot Games Social Impact Fund. 

The Give Back Bundle was available for players to purchase from June 22 through July 8. Each skin from the bundle was worth 1,755 VP, which translates to $20 USD. The full bundle was 6,382 VP, a 10% discount from the combined price of the individual items. Players made their purchases knowing that 50% of their money was going to go to Riot Games’ charity work, as well as 100% of related accessory purchases.

Riot’s Social Impact Fund focuses on “education, citizenship, and opportunity,” as well as generally making a “positive social impact.” 

“We can’t thank you enough for supporting the Give Back Bundle by casting your votes and expanding your weapon cache for a good cause. We look forward to partnering with you again to support local nonprofits with the Riot Games Social Impact Fund and be agents of change in your communities,” Riot said. 

What was in the Valorant Give Back Bundle? 

The Run It Back bundle was announced for Episode 3. But this time, Riot developers said that the gun skins included in the bundle would be determined by the players’ votes. 

Valorant Run it Back weapon skins

Players were able to vote from June 2 to June 7. They were shown weapon skins in four different categories, each one previously available in Valorant at one point. The winners were announced June 16. They included:

  • Reaver Sheriff
  • Ion Operator
  • Valorant Go! Vol. 1 Spectre
  • Reaver Vandal

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