Com2us said on March 11 that the "Relay Donation Challenge" event, joined by influencers and users around the world of "Summoners War," recorded about 130 hours of streaming.
Com2us hosted a global real-time streaming donation event involving "Summoners War" users for three days from March 6 to midnight on March 8.
Including Korea, 54 influencers from 18 Asian, North and South American and European regions, including Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, the U.S., Canada and Brazil, conducted live broadcasts through their online channels, and recorded a cumulative total of 130 hours of streaming, well past the challenge target of 100 hours.
The social point "heart" stack event, which was conducted with real-time relay streaming events, also succeeded in achieving the accumulated number of heart goals of 100 million amid active participation by users around the world.
In particular, the relay donation challenge was not aimed at some regions, but at global influencers who enjoy Summoners War with a common goal of cheering for a healthy start to their new lives.
Com2us, meanwhile, conducted a project last year to create a Maenglobe forest to prevent future climate change, and has recently donated money to Dongsan Hospital in Daegu, the most affected area of the rapidly spreading new coronavirus infection, for the provision of medical equipment and on-site medical personnel quarantine supplies for patient treatment.