With the coronavirus pandemic keeping many in self-isolation, gamers are taking the opportunity to encourage one another to stay inside and enjoy what the video game industry has to offer. A growing number of streamers and esports personalities have gotten #GamersVsCOVID19 trending, but gamers across social media have also embraced the movement, pushing others to stay in and play video games, rather than going out. With so many people currently failing to follow the recommendations of the CDC and the government, it's great to see so many others rallying around the cause and finding a way to keep busy during the time inside.
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Some outlets are doing giveaways!
We are uniting with the cause! #GamersVsCovid19
For the next two weeks, we will host a daily video game key giveaway for various games of various genres across platforms.
Starting tomorrow! Stay tuned and most importantly -- stay healthy and stay indoors! pic.twitter.com/gsz63Yx9Sc— ÜberStrategist PR (@UberStrategist) March 19, 2020
I mean, it's a heck of a line-up, isn't it?
>All these games releasing during the pandemic to keep them social distancing as much as possibleMarch 19, 2020
Kinda jealous of that collection, not gonna lie.
🔥🔥💯😷 WHOLE SQUAD READY FOR QUARANTINE WEEKEND 🔥🔥💯😷
👉🏠 STAY INSIDE 🏠👈March 19, 2020
A lot of esports teams are getting in on it!
There's nothing wrong with that.
Streamer Twitter: #GamersvsCOVID19 Stay inside. Play Games.
Me: Isn't that kind of what I always do? pic.twitter.com/Amx9BCKOTK— Goldilocks & The Bear (@gatbofficial) March 19, 2020
You can probably avoid the bedpan. But you do you.
I've been saying this for a week.March 19, 2020
Let your Sims have a little fun.
Just think about how infrequently anyone tells you to go play video games. Rare, right?
Stay safe nerds.#GamersVsCovid19— ✨NerdForce✨Gaming✨ (@NerdForceGaming) March 20, 2020
It's the perfect time to bust out some old favorites.
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