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THQ Humble Bundle Raises Over $5 Million

Posted on Thursday, December 13 @ 12:30:04 PST by Keri_Honea

If you were waffling on the THQ Humble Bundle, you're too late. The bundle closed at a number that is anything but humble: $5,097,650.70.

Humble Bundle has not broken down how much went to THQ and how much went to charity (as they shouldn't), but even a small portion of that amount is huge for philanthropy. At the very least, THQ President Jason Rubin's donations of $1000 and then $10,000 as well as CEO Brian Farrell's $1,650 donation are nice chunks for charity.

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