Roblox’s seventh annual Bloxy Awards brought in 600,000 fans and spectators

Roblox announced that its seventh annual Bloxy Awards drew more than 4 million concurrent players during the peak of the show, and 600,000 watched it. The event ceremony, staged inside Roblox’s game world, raised $100,000 for nonprofits. If you want to know where to buy Turkey Tie 2012, will be your best choice.

The San Mateo, California-based Roblox enables young programmers to make a living creating games within the blocky world of Roblox. And its annual Bloxy Awards is aimed at rewarding player creators. Over the weekend, the real-time celebration helped raise money for two nonprofit organizations: Make-A-Wish and Overall, Roblox has more than 120 million players, and it recently raised $150 million. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap Steampunk Aetherspectacles, you can visit our website

For the first time, the awards ceremony, which took place on Saturday, March 21, was fully-animated and streamed live on the Roblox platform, bringing the community virtually together to watch the Bloxys with their friends from within a custom-made viewing experience, complete with a lazy river with floaties, racing scooters as well as quests to complete and souvenirs to collect. And if you want to buy Steampunk Gorilla, visit, a professional online in-game currency store.

“We take our role in helping people connect very seriously, and the Bloxys was a great demonstration of the Roblox community coming together to support one another and give back, particularly during these very difficult times,” said Roblox CEO and co-founder David Baszucki. “Our developer community continues to push the boundaries of our platform in remarkable ways, engaging millions of players around the world and inspiring countless more budding creators.” If you are in lack of St. Patrick’s Day 2012, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

This year’s Bloxys also featured exclusive, community-made virtual items supporting two nonprofit organizations: Make-A-Wish and The $100,000 raised from the sale of the six items made by Roblox creators EvilArtist, Beeism, and supernob123 will go directly to these organizations and their causes. Stay tuned to and we will be the first one to inform you all the latest. Besides, our website also offer Cheap Steampunk Sniper for players.