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    22 de fevereiro de 2019 00:42:05 ART

    OSRS gold creator Jagex has raised £225,000 ($305,000) within the past year to help support mental health charities CPSL Mind, The Prince's Trust, and YMCA Right Here.The studio has been working with all 3 organizations on a local, national, and global level to try and influence change and support young people struggling with psychological health.

    The programmer initially hoped to raise £150,000 ($203,000) when it launched its Charitable Giving initiative back in April 2017, but has now smashed that goal by some margin."Our enthusiastic and generous RuneScape community also has helped raise thousands of pounds for some incredible causes over the past couple of decades," explained Jagex CEO, Phil Mansell.

    "By focusing on supporting the psychological health and wellbeing of young people by cooperating with those three charities, we hope they'll once again come together and help people receive the backing they have to cope with the turbulence of the planet these days."The Runescape Players Who Farm Gold So They Do Not Starve To Death

    Venezuela is in the midst of an economic collapse. What was once the wealthiest major market in Latin America is now suffering from shortages of essential goods like food and electricity, in addition to spikes in unemployment and crime. To put dinner on the table, most are turning to unconventional tasks. Like gold farming. In an MMO out of 2001.

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