One of League of Legends' Biggest Stars will Donate All October Revenue to Charity
Lee "Faker" Sang-Hyeok is one of League of Legends' biggest esports stars having been part of the championship winning SKT T1 team in 2013, 2015 and 2016 and strong showings in 2014 and 2017. This year he is not participating in the LoL World Championship, yet Faker is making a difference by sharing his good fortune and donating all of his October streaming revenue for the month of October to the UN Foundation.
This is not the first time that Faker has shown his charitable nature. He has previously worn UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Fund) branded gear. His impact for charity is vast with over 15,000 viewers.
About the UN Foundation:
The UN Foundation was founded in 1998 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner to support the UN and serve as a strategic partner and resource for the UN in solving global problems. Ted’s goals in establishing the Foundation were to demonstrate the value of investing in the UN, encourage new partners to work with the UN, and promote strong U.S. leadership at the UN.
Today, the Foundation focuses on mobilizing ideas, people, and resources to help the UN tackle some of the greatest collective action challenges of our time, including scaled collaboration to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and the promise of the Paris Agreement on climate change.