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Wallem: an event against Coronavirus

The Wallem team is pleased to announce the long-awaited Covid-19 Free Event.

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, a large part of the world’s population is housebound, so the Wallem team has decided to help players by allowing them to use the app to play the game from home, without leaving their flat.

Wallem has suspended its outdoor events to focus on this indoor event and help combat COVID-19.

This event will be open for all users of the app who have downloaded the game and successfully registered. The event will end on May 15th or when all virus tokens have been cleared.

The app is available for all iOS and Android mobile devices.

How does the event work

Basically, players will be able to hit the virus with a new feature of the app that allows them to not only capture points but also shoot at them.

Just like in a shooter game, players can also fight the virus in real life.

At the end of the event, the 100 players who have destroyed the most viruses will receive a symbolic gift from Wallem, along with a donation to charity. Wallem will donate $0.01 for every virus token destroyed.

Wallem and charity

This battle is actually quite real, as all proceeds from this event will be donated to the International Red Cross for the fight against Coronavirus.

All players are therefore working together to help fight the virus from the comfort of their own homes.

To do this, Wallem has come up with a new feature in the game that allows players to shoot at 3D virus cells that will be seen through the app using augmented reality technology.

How to donate to the Red Cross

In case any users would like to make a spontaneous private donation to the Red Cross, these are their bank details:


  • ACCOUNT: 240-C0128346.0
  • IBAN: CH5800240240C01283460


  • ACCOUNT: 240-C0573530.0
  • IBAN: CH6200240240C05735300


  • ACCOUNT: 240-C0230821.9
  • IBAN: CH3900240240C02308219


  • ACCOUNT: 240-C0128346.4
  • IBAN: CH4700240240C01283464




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