In game action of Armistice Campaign, Verdun, in which soldiers pick up snowballs to fight each other.


Armistice incorporates in-game content and charity streams to promote peaceful gaming throughout November. Learn more about the annual campaign and how you can get involved.

Support children affected by war through peaceful gameplay. 

Every November, we unite gamers across the largest conflict and war-themed games in the world to raise funds to support our work, protecting, educating and standing up for the rights of children affected by conflict. 

Developers and studios take creative ownership of their own unique and innovative activations: from non-violent in-game modes like snowball fights, football matches, and letters from the battlefront, to in-game purchasable items, helping us to raise awareness of the effect that war has on children. 

Since 2016, Armistice has raised over £1.5 million and been supported by 50 of the largest conflict and war-themed games in the world. 

Armistice in numbers

  • 2 M

    Raised by the Armistice community since 2016.

  • 50

    Of the largest conflict and war-themed games in the world have supported Armistice.

  • 20 +

    The number of studios who we have partnered with on Armistice.

Supporting studios 

Armistice is proud to be supported by some of the largest conflict and war-themed games in the world including: 

  • Verdun (BlackMill Games and M2H) 
  • 11-11: Memories Retold (Bandai Namco) 
  • World of Tanks ( 
  • Total War (Creative Assembly/SEGA) 
  • Respawnables (Digital Legends) 
  • Dawn of Titans (Natural Motion) 
  • DomiNations (Big Huge Games) 
  • Dragon City (Gameloft) and many more. 

Platform support has been provided by Steam, Google Play, Facebook Gamesroom and Amazon App Store.


We'd love to hear from you

If you are a streamer who wants to get involved, a studio or developer interested in working with us, or just simply want to find out more about Armistice, get in touch. Please email [email protected]

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