In November final yr, Rainbow Six Siege developer Ubisoft launched an initiative known as the Sixth Guardian Program for the FPS game’s Operation Neon Dawn. This kicked off a collection of seasonal operator gear bundles with 100% of internet proceeds going straight to chose charities – and it appears they’ve been a roaring success. The first chosen charity, The AbleGamers Charity, has introduced its personal bundle has raised a whopping $170okay.

Well, $171,183 to be exact, which is a fairly big last complete. AbleGamers, which is a US-based non-profit organisation “dedicated to bringing inclusion and improved quality-of-life to people with disabilities through the power of videogames”, was the primary charity to be assigned to a Sixth Guardian Program bundle and has introduced the full in a press launch.

The charity’s Siege bundle was for defending operator Doc, together with a gear set impressed by the charity’s color scheme, with white, yellow-orange, and gray tones. The bundle kitted Doc out with a brand new uniform, baseball cap headgear, weapon pores and skin, and appeal, which you’ll take a look at within the picture beneath.

The bundle value 1200 R6 credit (with this quantity at present priced at $9.99 on Ubisoft’s store), so it seems like hundreds of gamers determined to scoop up the bundle for the op.

“We’re delighted with the success of the Sixth Guardian Program’s debut bundle!” says Siege senior group developer Eric Pope. “It’s so exciting to see the Rainbow Six Siege community come together to give so generously to The AbleGamers Charity, and we can’t wait to keep the momentum going with more opportunities for them to contribute to good causes in the future.”

“We love working with Ubisoft Montreal and the greater Ubisoft team to change the world,” says chief operations officer and director of peer counselling for The AbleGamers Charity Steve Spohn. “The community of Rainbow Six Siege supported gamers with disabilities in such a huge way.”We’re grateful to each the gamers and builders for enabling us to additional our mission of constructing it #SoEveryoneCanGame and be part of superior communities like Rainbow Six. We’re excited and hopeful that business leaders like Ubisoft will proceed to assist players with disabilities each of their video games and past.”

If you’re eager to seek out out extra about The AbleGamers Charity and the work it does, you possibly can head to its website at that hyperlink.