FAQ

Q: What is GamingforGoods fee?

A: While standard transaction fees from the payment processors used upon checkout always apply, GamingForGood.net is free to use and does not add any fees to donations made to streamers or to charity.

Q: When I receive a donation, where does the money go?

A: The money goes to your G2A Account and can be accessed through GamingForGood.net or the G2A website. All issues with receiving funds or chargebacks are handled and resolved by G2A.

Q: What benefits do donors get?

A: People can choose how much of their donation on GamingForGood.net goes to the streamer or to charity. For each dollar that goes to charity, the donor receives 2000 points while 1000 points goes to the streamer. Points can be spent at GamingForGood.net to unlock keys for games on Steam and other platforms provided by supporting developers and publishers. You also get a charity donation receipt that can be tax deductable depending on the country you live in.

Q: What do the GamingForGood.net charity donations go towards?

A: In the past (prior to October 2019), all charity donations have always gone directly to Save the Children's account, primarily in support of Save the Children's Child and Newborn Survival programs and at specific times towards emergency initiatives such as the Ebola crisis or the 2017 drought in Ethiopia. Right now, the charity donation feature is disabled while we implement a new donation system to support Giving Works in its mission of digital and blockchain-based humanitarian assistance in developing regions such as Uganda.

Q: Are there any images or assets I can use to link to my donation page?

A: Sure, we have a generic donate image that goes below your Twitch stream and communicates many of the payment methods that are offered and you can also download the Photoshop psd of this if you'd like to tailor it to your stream's style.