September 17, 2015

2 Min Read

corporate updatesinside ubisoftubisoft education & eventsubisoft entertainment

Ubisoft Charity Jam Features 4 Days of Live Streaming for a Good Cause

There are times when you can do something that you love and help others in the process. From September 21-24, Ubisoft will combine gaming and giving with the Ubisoft Charity Jam, a Twitch live stream that will benefit more than 15 charities around the world.

>

Twenty participating studios and offices will each organize a one- to two-hour stream, during which they will play upcoming Ubisoft games such as Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Rainbow Six Siege, as well as some of their old favorites. In addition to preparing special content, the teams will invite guests that range from Montreal's development teams to the German soccer player Gerald Asamoah. By watching and donating, viewers will be able to earn rewards such as Rainbow Six Siege beta keys and Ubisoft merchandise.

All streams will benefit charities that provide youth access to education, medical assistance or social support. Examples of participating charities include the Breakfast Club of Canada, which supplies Canadian children with nutritious breakfasts; Make-a-Wish Italy, which brightens the lives of children suffering from life-threatening illnesses; and the Asaraya Initiative for Children, which provides educational and social outreach services to children and communities in India. The full list of charities is available online.

UCJ- Italy Photo

Viewers will be able to donate online through the Ubisoft Charity Jam website at charityjam.ubisoft.com. To collect donations, Ubisoft is partnering with Tiltify, the first crowdfunding platform designed for gamers to raise money through online streams.

Ready to join the jam? You can tune into the Ubisoft Charity Jam beginning September 21.

More From Ubisoft

July 23, 202111 Min Read

From 17 Studios to 1,000 – How Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Crossed the Finish Line During the Pandemic

Producer Julien Laferrière discusses the challenge of managing a massive project as its developers worked from home under global lockdowns.

Read More
July 26, 20217 Min Read

How For Honor Made Testing a Celebrated Player Experience

Find out how Ubisoft Montreal moved beyond test servers to create a successful in-game testing environment.

Read More
July 20, 20216 Min Read

How Ubisoft Connect Builds on a Decade of Online Evolution

Online Technology Director Martin Lavoie talks about the tech supporting Ubisoft’s unique new online platform.

Read More
August 12, 20212 Min Read

Ubisoft Leaders Share Their Insights at Women In Technology Festival

VP of Editorial Bio Jade Adam Granger and Senior Director of Digital Operations Hannah Wolf share how they navigated the games industry as women.

Read More