It’s no secret, PUBG is the biggest thing in games since Mario ate mushrooms. Now, however, the developer plans to donate $2m to charities this year.

With 30 million players daily, the financial range of this game is massive, along with initial sales and microtransactions, it’s paid for itself at least three times over. In some positive news, PUBG Corp, the game’s self-named company, has big plans for charity events in 2018.

PUBG Corp will give $2 million events including the PUBG Extra Life marathon, Gamers Outreach and another campaign later in the year. The money will come from the sale of game’s cosmetic crates that were sold as part of a promotion last year.

The Extra Life marathon will support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals from 29th January to 2nd February. The company is donating $300,000 to the effort. The Gamers Outreach event is a LAN tournament, in support of Gamers for Giving 2018. PUBG Corp will match the donations for the event and the Extra Life marathon. It will finally be giving $1 million to other charity groups through campaigns to be announced later this year.

I mean, isn’t that swell?

This isn’t their first charitable effort. Last year they donated $100,000 to the Twitch PUBG Winter Charity Invitational.

The community manager Sammie Kang said:

‘It’s been great to see content creators and their audiences using their talents for worthy causes, and PUBG Corp. is committed to supporting charity efforts with the same enthusiasm our players have shown.

‘We’ve made an impact in the gaming world over the past year, and we’re hoping to have even more of an effect on some outstanding charitable organizations in 2018.’

The Xbox port of the game recently launched, along with the 1.0 version on the PC. While it’s far from perfect, millions of people are still playing every day.

This train isn’t stopping anytime soon.