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Overwatch raises $12.7 million for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through skin sales

Earlier this year we sold our first charity skin: PINK MERCY. This limited-time exclusive skin and accompanying themed apparel were created in partnership with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to support our family and friends that have been impacted by this disease. Thanks to all of you, we were able to raise $12.7 million—the largest donation made by a corporate partner in a single year within BCRF’s 25-year history. October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, in the spirit of transparency, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation has graciously shared some insights on how the funds raised are being used to support research into understanding, preventing, and treating breast cancer.

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ShockUltraslash32d ago

Who would donate to this?
They characters dont have large breasts at all.

WeebLord31d ago

I bought the skin, it's a pink Mercy skin who could hate that?

ShockUltraslash29d ago

The boobs are small and there is no clevage whatsoever. This is sexist and disrespectful towards women.

Majin-vegeta31d ago

Funny how you never hear anything like this on the media...

RealOldGamer31d ago

That's because everyone that plays videogames is a bigot and a drain on society.
Didn't you know that? Yeeesh. You need to watch more CNN. They just ran an article that an avid gamer killed 19 people in Russia.