IGN acquires Humble Bundle, the digital game and media store that benefits charities
6 monthes ago - By Venture Beat
IGN, the major gaming and entertainment site, has bought Humble Bundle , as Gamasutra reports today.
Humble Bundle sells groups of games, books, and other media in a pay-what-you-want setup, with a portion of sales going to charities. Bundles typically have some sort of theme, like indie games, specific genres, or publishers. The site has raised over 100 million dollars for charities like the American Red Cross and Make-A-Wish.
Humble Bundle will continue to operate as an independent entity. It won't have any major staffing changes in the wake of the purchase.
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