#MOONTONCares provides relief to Typhoon Odette victims

MOONTON Games, an international gaming developer, has launched #MOONTONCares to aid disaster and relief efforts worldwide. The company-wide initiative strives to bring positive societal, humanitarian, and environmental change to support local communities and build a more sustainable future for all.


The devastation caused by Typhoon Odette has affected the livelihoods of many Filipino citizens, leaving them without food or shelter. In light of this, MOONTON Games has donated relief goods to affected communities to support local livelihoods.


The donated supplies include:
  • Water
  • Canned Food
  • Face Masks
  • Menstrual Pads
"Our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by the crisis," said Matt Jaron, Business Development and Marketing Manager, MOONTON Games. "We hope that the supplies will be able to alleviate some of their hardships and bring light in their darkest hour. With #MOONTONCares, we want to play a more active role in supporting the vulnerable. Our team is here for the community, to aid them in their road to recovery."


According to the NDRRMC, 1,082,910 families were affected by Typhoon Odette. MOONTON Games will continue to work with affiliated partners to help aid the vulnerable in their time of need.

For more information on upcoming #MOONTONCares initiatives, please refer to the following links:

About MOONTON Games

Established in 2014, MOONTON Games is a global company dedicated to gaming development, publication, and esports. With over 1000 employees worldwide, the company operates offices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and mainland China. It has successfully launched several high-profile mobile games globally in more than 30 countries worldwide. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is its current star game and the leading mobile multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) worldwide.

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