Many do it. To balance workload, have fun, or simply to feel less alone. But the world of online gaming doesn’t always afford everyone the same opportunities.
Fortunately an industry leader has recognized this and pledged over 1 million dollars to a non-profit organization founded by a former Air Force and secret service operative, whose aim is to make gaming accessible for all.
Since disability affects people in different ways, consultations are geared towards individuals’ needs. Tailored set-ups include the latest technology, which could mean gamers controlling what’s happening on-screen by moving their eyes or mouths.
Businesses and insurance companies are not on board, ensuring that everyone receives the solution that is right for them.
Let the games begin!