Lords Mobile developer IGG is helping to fight COVID-19 by donating resources across the world.
The Singaporean developer, whose strategy game Lords Mobile has over 330 million players worldwide, is offering its support in a variety of ways. These include making a donation to the Make-A-Wish foundation, assisting in the most affected areas in Asia by sending over 2.05 million pieces of medical supplies according to the developer's Facebook page, as well as assisting US government organizations, such as Stanford Hospital, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, and more.
IGG is also donating masks and other supplies in Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Italy, and other areas as well. The developer is also helping to spread the message of social distancing and staying indoors via their Instagram account, making sure the community who follows the account knows what to do during the coronavirus pandemic. No matter the size of the gesture, IGG is showing that it's not only committed to the fight against COVID-19, but also to the fans of Lords Mobile.
If you haven't heard of Lords Mobile, it's an award-winning strategy game that lets you build an empire before heading online to take on other kingdoms from across the world. You'll also be able to recruit heroes for a role-playing campaign or join guilds to battle with friends rather than against them. With the game being free-to-play, there's plenty of reasons to give it a download and find out what has hooked its huge global audience. Just remember to stay safe and indoors when you give it a go.