Sifu Developers Join Forces with PlayForTurkiye for a 24-Hour Charity Stream to Support Earthquake Victims

The developers of the game Sifu have announced their participation in a 24-hour charity stream to aid those affected by the recent devastating earthquakes in Turkiye. In collaboration with Women in Games and Global Game Jam, the developers will play Sifu to raise funds and awareness for the cause. The stream will take place tomorrow at 10 AM GMT.

The announcement was made on Twitter, where the developers shared their excitement and urged fans to tune in for the charity stream. PlayForTurkiye, a volunteer group representing the Turkish game development community, is organizing the event to bring much-needed support to earthquake victims.

The recent earthquake in Turkiye has claimed over 30,000 lives and left millions without shelter, food, or warm clothing. PlayForTurkiye aims to provide relief to those affected by curating charity bundles and raising funds through the gaming community.

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