BBIN & TGB Charity Rebuild Hope after the 311 Earthquake

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The Gaming Beat Charity (TGB Charity), a subsidiary brand of BBIN, collaborated with the Japanese charity organization Playground of Hope (PoH) in July of this year to build a playground in the Matsuzaki-Ozaki Disaster Prevention Park in Kesennuma City.

In addition to donating ¥7,281,000 for the purchase, transportation, and installation of playground facilities, TGB Charity also invited local residents to vote for the recreational equipment they wanted in the playground as well as participate in the construction process. The park, which is scheduled for completion in April 2021, will serve as a place for local residents to linger and relax, while also providing disaster prevention functions.

BBIN, a leading iGaming software supplier in Asia, has actively collaborated with many significant charity organizations since 2018. The company’s efforts have inspired many people to participate in philanthropy. This year, BBIN has made tremendous contributions to the reconstruction after the March 11, 2011 earthquake, in order to help the local residents return to their normal, peaceful lives. These endeavors will continue in the future, to ensure that BBIN’s collaborations with charity organizations around the world will benefit all peoples.

PoH is a Japanese NPO founded by Michael Anop after the 2011 earthquake. PoH’s primary goal is to help rebuild affected communities by constructing outdoor recreational areas for children and supporting outdoor play at children’s homes. These efforts allow children who have lost family members to live and play in peace. PoH is a strong advocate for outdoor recreation, because it helps improve children’s health, confidence, and teamwork. Furthermore, local residents can get to know each other during the process of building the playgrounds by hand, thus strengthening their sense of community identity.

Official website of TGB Charity

Official website of Playground of Hope