Bethesda donates a cool mil to coronavirus relief

Split three ways

It’s all doom and gloom lately, as we continue to deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. It has pushed a lot of people to the brink, all that pent-up rage manifesting for months now as the world has stopped. Some might say that’s the true evil within — the restlessness that preys on our societal obligation to stay inside.

That was bad and I’m sorry.

Here’s something that’s not bad: Bethesda is donating $1 million to COVID-19 relief around the world. Half of it will go to Direct Relief which supports the health care workers by helping provide proper protective equipment. Another $250,000 is going to UNICEF which is a United Nations agency dedicated to providing humanitarian aid for children. The other $250,000 will be divvied up between Bethesda’s studios, and each team will select a local charity that they want to donate to.

Now that the important stuff’s over, someone figure out how I could’ve squeezed Elder Scrolls into the first paragraph. That one’s gonna haunt me.

Bethesda Softworks, ZeniMax Media and our global family of studios want to do more than keep you entertained and connected through our games during the COVID-19 pandemic [Bethesda]

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