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Humble Bundle, the gaming digital storefront, revealed its 2020 social impact summary on Wednesday.

In total, the organization raised over 30 million dollars, supported 224 charities and championed diverse causes. The Humble Bundle community also came together to champion causes throughout the year, raising money to support Australian wildfire relief efforts, COVID relief efforts and racial equality efforts.

“Humble was founded with a simple mission: to be a force for good in the world through gaming,” Humble Bundle said. “While 2020 was a difficult year, it also represented an unprecedented opportunity to come together as a community and have a positive impact on the world around us.”

Humble Bundle’s charity of the month in March is Girls Who Code, an organization dedicated to support and increase the number of women in computer science industries.

Elsewhere in cloud gaming…

Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 launches on Google Stadia on March 11. The offroad motorsports game retails for $59.99. Crayta also released an update on March 10, bringing an Alien Conspiracy battle pass with 100 levels of outfits and alien-themed props to the platform.

Xbox Game pass is ever expanding their cache of titles. Madden NFL 21 and NBA 2K21 launched earlier in March, and Star Wars: Squadrons is coming to EA play later in the month at an unspecified date. Xbox is also offering sales on select Ubisoft titles through March 15, including 40% off Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, 50% off Immortals Fenyx Rising, 60% off Watch Dogs: Legion and 75% off Rainbow Six Siege deluxe edition.

Photo courtesy of Ubisoft