Tamriel for Tatas: Elder Scrolls Online players host two-day charity stream to fight breast cancer

    
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Let’s be honest: This post is getting written separately because the title of the stream is just too amazing to pass up, but it’s for a worthy cause and it’s in our MMORPG of the year from 2017, so it’s a win-win all around.

I’m talking about Tamriel for Tatas, a two-day charity stream put together by a collective of Elder Scrolls Online streamers in the hopes of raising $10,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The event runs on Saturday, October 20th, and Sunday, October 21st.

Give ’em hell, ladies and gents.

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Hi! I am the one that organized the event, and named the event and did the art. I am seeing a few comments below claiming that we aren’t supporting males in this campaign. I am unsure what would lead you to that conclusion. We have male and female streamers, and are completely aware that breast cancer effects males as well. I assure you, all the Ta Ta’s regardless of gender are being supported in this campaign.

The name itself is a double entendre as Ta Ta is a term used for breasts, regardless of gender males have ta ta’s too, and the fact that a “Ta” is the name of a crafting reagent in ESO that many HATE to get. so…Ta Ta….

Anyway wanted to make sure that was cleared up :)

NO TA TA WILL BE LEFT BEHIND!!! Hope to see you all there! :D Lets make some money for a great cause!

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Bruno Brito

Damn, i hope you guys make a lot of it! Best of luck and have a lot of fun!

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Bruno Brito

Great news for a terrible day. Best of luck, ESO, break a leg!

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Denice J. Cook

I read that headline, and I was like, “What?! Tatas? As in home fries? They can’t mean that!”

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Schlag Sweetleaf

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Denice J. Cook

Ewwwwww gross!

Man, my italics comman is really getting a workout tonight!

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Bryan Correll

That looks painfully…..spiky.

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Utakata

It’s titillating, that’s for sure! o.O

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Kaylee Dowling

Does no one realise MEN CAN GET BREAST CANCER TOO? Why not support MEN AND WOMEN?

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Siphaed

“Breast cancer in men is rare, but it does happen. Less than 1% of all breast cancers occur in men. For men, the lifetime risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000. “

^This is why. Less than 1%. Meaning 99% of breast cancer cases are females.

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BalsBigBrother

A worthy cause and date marked in my diary for watching.

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Nathan Aldana

not to slightly rain on the parade but even as a guy I always hate names like that because it always comes off less as “anti-breast cancer” and more like “womens breasts are more important than the woman” at times

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Sunken Visions

Unfortunately, that kind of marketing is the only way to get certain people to donate. Not that cancer research needs more funding. 100 billion dollars spent and progress has been abysmally slow.

I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if people had already discovered several cures and are just sitting on them.

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Zulika Mi-Nam

This is awesome.

Ever since cash shops became a thing, I have been wishing that games would put up more cosmetic items to support charities like this too.

For this years big DOTA2 $25M tourney in August, Valve produced a good segment in support a long time member of the community/commentator that is dealing with breast cancer.

Dota does have a lot of toxic people, but there are a lot of normal caring people there too and Valve is good at using the time at their tourneys to spread awareness/support.

Last guy on that panel, his little sister is dealing with cancer and also the 3rd guy on that panel – here is a profile on him from 2017.

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Bryan Correll

I approve of this events’ name and its goal of healthy tatas.

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Hikari Kenzaki

Pity I don’t play ESO, this would be fun and I’m already trying to raise money for BCAM.
*marks on calendar for the 21st to watch*