High 5 Games recently announced that it would donate $10,000 to the American Red Cross to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Together, High 5 Games and its community of players on Facebook rallied to contribute to the relief efforts already underway in the Philippines. On Nov. 14th, the company posted a message on its High 5 Casino fan page with a simple call to action – for every share of the post, H5G would donate $1 to the American Red Cross, up to a total of $10,000. Players had until midnight on November 16th to take part.
Within the first 12 minutes of being uploaded, the post received over 1,000 shares. Although the total number of shares fell a little short with only 7,411 shares, High 5 Games donated the full amount to the American Red Cross Typhoon Relief fund.
“We are honored to be able to contribute to the important recovery efforts on behalf of High 5 Games employees and the High 5 Casino community,” said Anthony Singer, CEO of High 5 Games. “When faced with such an immense tragedy, we feel it’s important to find a meaningful way to help.”
High 5 Casino is one of the top-performing casino apps on Facebook with nearly 1.7 million active players. There are nearly 60,000 registered players from the Philippines, where the majority of the typhoon devastation occurred.
About High 5 Games
Developing for the land-based, online, social, and mobile markets, High 5 Games has created hundreds of games that are played on six continents and in more than 150 countries. Founded in 1995 with offices in New York and New Jersey, H5G is responsible for many of the casino industry’s most successful video-reel slot machine games. The company’s social product High 5 Casino is one of the best-performing casinos on Facebook, with approximately 1.7 million active players and approximately 500,000 daily active users.