Martin de Ronde, founder and Chairman of OneBigGame.org stated, “Our intention from day one was for the funds to go to several children’s charities. In Save the Children and Starlight, we’ve found two highly regarded and reliable partners that for decades have helped children structurally resolve the problems they face, which is completely in line with our mission objective. With these two partners, we are certain that funds are well spent.”
He continued, “Our games, of which the first ones are now very close to being done, will stand on their own two feet but our customers will have the added benefit of knowing that they are making a positive difference to other people, less fortunate.”
Jenny Isaacson, Vice President of Brand Marketing & Communications at Starlight Children’s Foundation, commented on the agreement, “We are extremely excited about working together with OneBigGame to lessen the problems for seriously ill children nationwide. We have a long history working with the games industry to help our cause and see OneBigGame as the next big step in showing how games and entertainment can help alleviate problems for children facing difficult medical conditions.”
Caroline Underwood, Director of Philanthropy and Partnerships at Save the Children UK, commented, “Save the Children is delighted to be an official partner of OneBigGame and its fantastic initiative. It is an extremely innovative platform to raise funds from an audience who will be the donors of tomorrow. Not only will OneBigGame help raise funds for our cause, but it is also a fantastic way to raise awareness among these youthful audiences that many children around the world need our help.”
OneBigGame will be raising funds through publishing a series of unique entertainment games kindly created and donated by established names in game development, with support from the game development community as a whole. The games will be published on OneBigGame’s own online casual games portal which is launching imminently, as well as syndicated through a large number of global casual gaming websites.