Disabled Japanese Gamer Flown Out to the EVO Championship Series

Japanese gamer Osamu Ichikawa was flown out to Las Vegas to attend the EVO Championship Series in Las Vegas for his first time.  The EVO Championship Series is the largest fighting game tournament in the world. There is an interview with Ichikawa and feature article on Kotaku. To receive other stories of how accessibility is making a difference, sign up for Deque News today.

Interview with Steve Spohn from the AbleGamers Foundation

Today we are featuring an interview with AbleGamers Editor-in-Chief, Steve Spohn.  The AbleGamers Accessibility Arcade is being showcased this weekend at the Chicago Abilities Expo.  You can read more about the event and AbleGamers here. When was the AbleGamer Foundation established and why? AbleGamers was founded in 2004 by Mark Barlet and Stephanie Walker.  Stephanie and Mark had been playing EverQuest 2 every Friday for a… Continue Reading Interview with Steve Spohn from the AbleGamers Foundation

AbleGamers and the Accessibility Arcade

This weekend's Abilities Expo in Chicago will feature the AbleGamers' Accessibility Arcade.  Abilities Expo is dedicated to educating and improving the lives of Americans with disabilities, their families and caregivers, and health professionals and provides and opportunity for companies to demonstrate their products and services to end-users and industry professionals. The AbleGamers Foundation was established to bring greater accessibility to the digital entertainment space - specifically video… Continue Reading AbleGamers and the Accessibility Arcade