Roblox to stream the One World: Together At Home benefit concert inside a virtual theater

One World: Together at Home, COVID-19 will air an unprecedented remote benefit concert, a virtual multiplayer game, this Saturday to show support for health workers worldwide during the pandemic Roblox. It also broadcasts event and streaming services and technology platforms on Saturday in addition to standard television broadcast channels.

The event, which will feature performances by celebrities and musical performances, is designed to kick off the 1985 historic Live Aid benefit concert, and will be co-hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert. It is organized by the international advocacy group Global Citizen in support of the World Health Organization (WHO) and its COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. The fund is helping finance relief efforts around the world by supplying health workers with medical devices and personal protective gear and supporting other measures to fight the spread of novel coronaviruses.

But to be clear, One World is not a fundraiser; Rather, it is simply to raise awareness and convince health workers through entertainment. Apple, which is also streaming events, is $ 10 million donation to the cause, However. And Lady Gaga, one of the lead actors and convenors for the event, is also directly involved in fundraising efforts for WHO. So the concert will continue to indirectly help fund the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

related to Roblox, Roblox Corporation says the event will be streamed through a virtual theater within the game starting at 2pm on Saturday, April 18. The company says it will air the entire eight-hour show during the day, and on Sunday it will repeat the two-hour TV portion that airs this Saturday at 8 am ET, ABC, Bell Media, NBC, Viacom on CBS Network Will happen. And iHeartMedia in North America.

For those not interested in watching traditional broadcasts or doing so RobloxSeveral companies such as Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube are including it in online streaming from Apple. Amazon also says that Prime subscribers can also watch through Prime Video.

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