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ASUS has announced the Build Together, Give Together charity challenge, inviting PC builders, gamers and modders to build for a cause starting on August 24. In celebration of the growing PC building community, the Build Together, Give Together challenge encourages aspiring builders and tech enthusiasts alike to share their PC build and donate to their favorite charity. To contribute to the donations made by the PC building community, ASUS will also be creating high-end PC builds to auction as well as donating directly to charities, including Make-A-Wish® Greater Bay Area, Gamers Outreach, and Child’s Play, with the help of longtime industry partners including AMD, Intel and NVIDIA as well as Best Buy Canada, Canada Computers, D&H Distributing, Digital Storm, Memory Express, Micro Center and Newegg.
“For many of us at ASUS, PC building is more than just a hobby – it’s a way to make new friends, bond with our loved ones, and connect with a global community of builders and tech enthusiasts,” said Jackie Hsu, ASUS Senior Vice President and Co-Head of the Open Platform Business Group and AIoT Business Group. “To celebrate our community and the ways PC building brings us together, we’re proud to launch the Build Together, Give Together challenge alongside our closest partners to spread the joys of PC building in light of these wonderful causes.”
Join ASUS for the Build Together, Give Together Charity Challenge
To kick off the Build Together, Give Together challenge, ASUS Senior Vice President Jackie Hsu, President of ASMedia Technologies Inc. at ASUS Group Chewei Lin, and ASUS Chief Operating Officer Joe Hsieh is challenging partners and PC builders of all skill levels to join in by uploading their own PC building video using the hashtags #BuildTogether and #GiveTogether.