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The latest Humble Bundle is offering a number of sports games at a heavy discount.

To start with, paying $1 or more will unlock copies of GRID 2, Sega Bass Fishing, and Eastside Hockey Manager. While paying more than the average (currently $5.66) will add Motorsport Manager, DiRT Rally, Super Blood Hockey, and a coupon for 75 percent off Football Manager 2018 to the bundle.

Finally, paying $12 or more will unlock everything above, plus a copy of F1 2017.

All money raised by this bundle will be split between the developers, Access Sport, and a charity of choice.

Source: Humble Bundle

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Latest Humble Bundle is full of sports games

The Humble Sports Bundle includes a number of games at a heavy discount for charity.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/1/2018 09:12 AM PT

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The latest Humble Bundle is offering a number of sports games at a heavy discount.

To start with, paying $1 or more will unlock copies of GRID 2, Sega Bass Fishing, and Eastside Hockey Manager. While paying more than the average (currently $5.66) will add Motorsport Manager, DiRT Rally, Super Blood Hockey, and a coupon for 75 percent off Football Manager 2018 to the bundle.

Finally, paying $12 or more will unlock everything above, plus a copy of F1 2017.

All money raised by this bundle will be split between the developers, Access Sport, and a charity of choice.

Source: Humble Bundle

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89