TennoCon 2022: Digital Extremes’ annual charity focus Indspire supports Indigenous education


From its inception, Warframe’s annual fan convention has selected a local charity to support, with ticket sales and player donations going to help various local Canadian organization. Past endeavors helped charities that combat homelessness, raise awareness and treatment options for mental health issues, and support youth, women, and veterans. This year, Digital Extremes partnered with Indspire for TennoCon 2022 and has already already pledged to donate $200K CAD on top of all proceeds donated by fans during the convention.

Indspire is a national Indigenous registered charity that invests in education in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people and Indigenous students, offering free programming and scholarships. The organization’s vision is to enrich Canada through Indigenous education and by inspiring achievement. It not only offers educational opportunities and scholarships and helps create connections but invests in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people so they will achieve their highest potential. Players who want to donate can do so through Twitch by hitting !donate, using Warframe’s donation link, or going directly to Indspire’s official site.

Traditionally, TennoCon focuses on a specific local charity, but Digital Extremes also encouraged fans to support world-wise causes. During the welcome portion of TennoCon 2022 this weekend, Director of Community and Live Operations Rebecca Ford noted that as the Warframe community is a worldwide community, it is touched by the ongoing Ukraine crisis. As such, fans can also donate to these relief efforts.

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