Bethesda Donates $1M for COVID-19 Relief Efforts

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Bethesda has announced that its “global family of studios” have made a proactive donation of one million dollars to several charities working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the press release on the Bethesda official site, $500,000 will be given to Direct Relief, $250,000 will be sent to UNICEF, and $250,000 will be donated to “local COVID-19 relief efforts within the communities where we work and live”.

“As we continue to stay home, we’re committed to finding ways to connect with our fans, fellow gamers, and local communities through our #BethesdaAtHome campaign. We’ll be streaming from our home offices – and we’ll offer you the opportunity to help out the same charities we’re supporting. Check out Bethesda.net or our social channels for updated stream schedules, or tune in to Twitch.tv/bethesda.”

Bethesda’s games include several beloved IPs including the Fallout series, the Elder Scrolls series, and the DOOM series. You can learn more about each of the company’s games by visiting its official site.

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