Rumble Royale is currently doing a Charity Stream Event for Taal victims dubbed Full Support

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Update (January 24, 2020): Rumble Royale moved the community day to February 2nd.

Rumble Royale is going full throttle once more with a Charity Event Stream!

Rumble Royale with their host of talents will conduct charity live stream events for the victims of Taal’s eruption in the form of Full Support. The streaming events started last week January 16, 2020 but will continue until January 26.

All proceeds that Rumble Royale talents will collect during their livestreams on Facebook will go straight to the Philippine General Hospital’s Department of Surgery. These reliefs will come in forms of:

  • Medicine and Medical items such as disposable masks, rubbing alcohol, cotton balls, etc.
  • Sanitary items such as tissue, soap, toothpaste, sanitary pads, etc.
  • Bottled water in 1-liter bottles.
  • Ready-to-eat and non-perishable food such as canned goods, bread, biscuits, noodles, rice, etc.

Apart from the 10-day livestreaming, on February 2nd there will be a community day held at Esports Center, Eastwood Mall at 1 pm. This is a chance for the influencers, viewers, and donors to come together and meet one another. It won’t be just a simple meet and greet though as attendees will be able to play together with the talents and influencers at the venue’s Virtual Reality, PC Gaming, PS4, and Nintendo Switch offerings. Attendees are also welcome to continue giving out donations on this day, especially medical supplies such as N95 masks, rubbing alcohol, cotton balls, and more.