Humble Bundle has reached a major milestone in the charity side of their business. Since the website’s launch in 2010, they have raised $100 Million for charity. Humble Bundle is a company that allows people to pay what they want for bundles of games, and a portion of that money goes to charity.

Their donations go to thousands of charities such as support disaster relief, food and water distribution, and civil liberties protection. Below is a video they posted to Twitter giving supporters their thanks.

Co-founder John Graham says in the video, “Thank you, Humble customers for your generous contributions. Together, the Humble Bundle community has made a huge positive impact on the world.

Humble Bundle is currently focused on Sega, Atlus, and Capcom games. You can pay $1 (or more if you want) and you can get many games from the before mentioned developers.

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