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Doing Good with Call of Duty Endowment

Activision Blizzard is donating $1 to Call of Duty Endowment between May 1-7, as part of the $1,000,000 total donation. For each DMZ game where a minimum of $30,000 in-game cash is obtained.
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Loot for good leaderboard allows you to track your progress in game and get rewarded for it.

This Military Appreciation Month, help support veterans by looting as much in-game Cash as you can in Call of Duty®: Warzone™ 2.0 DMZ.

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Activision Blizzard is donating up to one million dollars to the Call of Duty Endowment in its first charity challenge. This means you can test your DMZ abilities while also contributing directly to their mission of helping unemployed or underemployed veterans find high-quality employment.

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You can now successfully withdraw at least $30,000 in game Cash by deploying to the DMZ Zone you choose between May 1 and 7.

Activision Blizzard is donating $1 per Call of Duty player.

Individual players can raise up to $10 in actual, real-world USD for charity – one dollar will be allocated for each successful in-game Cash extraction up to ten extractions – with a global $1 million maximum donation toward the Endowment.

DMZ has it all: complete contracts, hit those Cash Registers, or sell those high-value GPUs.

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If you complete your first $30,000 minimum goal, then the Loot for Good calling card will also be given to you. It is a way of recognizing that the players have helped veterans get high-quality work.

Loot for Good Leaderboard: Daily Updates Players will receive updates daily on their progress. The leaderboard will be updated based on game activity.

It will list the 100 top players according to the amount of in-game cash they’ve earned throughout the competition. You can check back every day starting on May 1st to see how you compare with the community.

Loot for good leaderboard will include all players automatically.

Visit the leaderboard starting on May 1 to find out more, including where you can purchase the Loot for Good sound track and how to opt out of the program: About the Call of Duty Endowment Since 2009, the nonprofit Call of Duty Endowment has helped more than 118,000 veterans find meaningful careers after their military service.

By supporting organizations that help veterans prepare for employment and raising awareness about the value of veterans in the workplace, the Endowment aims to assist U.S.

For more information about the Call of Duty Endowment, please visit

The Music Video: More Information As part of its Loot for Good initiative, the Call of Duty Endowment created a music video that featured the War Hippies. This country duo is made up of U.S. Marine Corps combat veterans Scooter Reis and Donnie Brown, as well as U.S. Army soldiers Donnie Reis and Scooter.

The two musicians are vocal advocates for veterans, as well the greater military community. They tell their stories with honesty through songwriting.

War Hippies, for this campaign as well as the accompanying video, recorded a modified version of the song “The Hangman”, which was their independent breakout hit. The lyrics were dedicated to “Loot for Good”.

War Hippies help the Call of Duty Endowment with their mission of helping veterans get meaningful work and careers.

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