The Gaming Beat Charity, a subsidiary charity brand of Asia-focused igaming software supplier BBIN, has this year partnered with the Cambodian Children’s Fund and donated US$40,000 to various educational projects in support of vulnerable children in Cambodia.
CFF is a local non-profit organisation in Cambodia. Founded by Scott Neeson in 2004, it specialises in providing a variety of important healthcare and education services to children who are living in poverty or have been maltreated.
It is the latest example of charitable work for BBIN. In October 2019, TGB showed its support for ‘World Food Day’ by buying donation boxes and food bundles for The Food Bank Singapore – a member of The Global FoodBanking Network on a mission to end the food insecurity that affects an estimated 20% of Singaporeans.
That followed the launch of a global tree planting event last summer, ‘For the Next’, which invited everyone to make a change for Earth. After the event, $100,000 was donated to Trees for the Future so that one million trees could be planted around the world.
BBIN supplies software services throughout Asia including to China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines.