Charity Fundraiser for July 2018 Japan Floods

Recently, West Japan has suffered great damage from heavy rains and flooding. Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected by this tragedy, and we pray for their safety and swift recovery.

Starting 7/10 7PM (JST), you can purchase 2 Charity Fight Money (120 Yen) in-game for a limited time. All proceeds from these purchases will go toward relief and reconstruction efforts.

Currently, only Android devices can participate.

(The part of the menu for purchasing 2 Fight Money will be changed to Charity Fight Money for this purpose.)

▼ Charity Fight Money Details

You can help by purchasing 2 Fight Money (120 Yen) during the below duration. All proceeds from these purchases will be donated to relief and reconstruction efforts.

Fight League will cover all transaction fees taken by the Play Store payment platform so that the amount you pay will be the same amount donated.

▼ Charity Fight Money Duration (JST)
7/10 7PM - 7/17 11:59AM

▼ Eligible Devices
Android Devices
*Only devices that have downloaded Fight League from the Japanese Google Play Store are eligible.

*Unfortunately, iOS devices are not eligible to participate. Due to time constraints, we were unable to meet the App Store platform provider guidelines before implementing this fundraiser. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

▼ How to Participate
You can donate by tapping the + symbol at the top of the Home screen and purchasing 2 Charity Fight Money (120 Yen).

*We're replacing the 120 Yen Fight Money purchase button with Charity Fight Money during the fundraiser to allow players to donate starting from a small amount if they so choose. If you would like to donate more, please purchase 2 Charity Fight Money multiple times. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

All proceeds from your purchases will be donated to areas affected by the disaster via local governments and support groups. We will update you with more information once the fundraiser has ended.

Thank you for your support. Once again, we would like to express our heartfelt thoughts for those affected by this disaster.

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