SEGA and Atlus are the latest companies to pledge a sizable donation to those impacted by the 2024 Noto Peninsula Earthquake.

SEGA and Atlus will be offering roughly $135k towards charity efforts through Japan Platform, a non-profit organization, to help those who have been displaced by the earthquake. Funds will also go towards recovery and reconstruction of affected areas. Furthermore, SEGA and Atlus will also match any donations made by their employees.

Since the earthquake hit, we’ve seen Pokémon Co., Capcom, Square Enix and Nintendo offer up relief funding. Should any other publishers or developers offer charity pledges, we’ll be sure to let you know.


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