Bethesda: Bethesda Is Donating $1 Million Dollars To Coronavirus Relief Efforts
About Bethesda Softworks
Bethesda Softworks have, in the hour of need and hopelessness, been a boon, as it always had, and donated a massive one million dollars to the Coronavirus relief fund.
For those who don't know, Bethesda Softworks LLC is a video game publisher based in America.
And although, companies and productions are stooping down on huge losses and economic crisis during the virus awakening, this humanitarian step is worthy of praise. Even more.
It's even working hand in hand to come out productive in helping to decrease and eventually erase the hard-hitting virus through vaccine research, among others.
Regarding The Funds (Bethesda)
On the 27th of April, the company tweeted, taking a pledge to donate a million dollars to all charities around the big wide world who are helping to fight COVID-19.
It was particularly kind when it went on to say that the company aims to do more than just keeping us entertained and happy through its games.
I mean, in this hour of extreme catastrophe, this gesture ranks to trillion awards. On humanitarian grounds itself.
It went on to say that this money is going to be provided to reliefs who manufacture and supply the essential PPEs to the hospitals.
Other than that, it has decided to leave it on to the international offices to manage and plan what sum should go to which place in the break of misery.
What More To Expect
Bethesda Softworks LLC will also start a campaign of their own, the #BethesdaAtHome, given it has a huge fanbase and loyal supporters.
This way, the message can pass on with great solidarity to people who are at home, to assure them that we are in this together and that we will come out victorious, no matter what.
They asked people to strictly follow the rules, staying home and safe, convincing them that they'll come up with more challenging games, that'll keep their interest lingering and their patience in check.
The company stated that they'll begin live streaming their games and would allow us to participate in assisting the funds. For more information regarding this, they asked people to tune in to Twitch, tv/Bethesda.
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