Gaming apparel company Meta Threads has launched a line of gaming-based masks as part of their #GamersMask4Masks campaign. The profits from the campaign will go towards the production of PPE equipment for healthcare workers across the world.
Alongside their own designs, Meta Threads has teamed up with Microsoft to release Halo and Xbox-themed masks. The company also offers official PUBG-themed masks.
This comes after Meta Threads previously partnered with Halo Infinite's developers, 343 Industries, to raise money for the COVID-19 response through a T-shirt campaign. Here's what you need to know.
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Meta Threads release gaming-based masks
Meta Threads' line-up of gaming-based protective masks, which can be viewed here, are priced at $19.95. The profits from each sale will fund the production of two medical-grade masks for the charity MasksForDocs.
MasksForDocs is a grassroots charity effort with over 5000 volunteers that aim to get protective equipment to medical workers across the world quickly. The #GamersMask4Masks campaign has donated 54712 masks to the charity at the time of writing.
The masks created by Meta Threads are FDA-approved, hand-washable masks that also come with an adjustable aluminium nose insert.
Included in the line-up of games-related masks are three PUBG-themed masks, both a Halo and Xbox-themed mask, and a reversible "Good Luck Have Fun/GLHF" mask.
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