AbleGamers Changes Lives

People with disabilities wants the same thing that all gamers want, to have fun with their friends, and family. There are so many challenges that come with living with a disability, social isolation, is one of them. Video games are unique in that we ALL use them to excape our days, and join our friends, and total strangers in a quest to win. That is where AbleGamers comes in.

06 Feb

Quest to Game: Giddeon

  We met our friend Giddeon at the AbleGamers Accessibility Arcade in Atlantic City, New Jersey. When he first sat down with the AbleGamers crew, Giddeon didn’t want toRead More
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31 Dec

Quest to Game: Joel

We met our friend Joel R. in Chicago at one of our Ability Expo demonstrations. He absolutely loves playing Rocket League and often plays with–he says powns–his brothers. WhileRead More
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31 Dec

Quest to Game: Alec

Halo 5, Trails Fusion, Dark Souls, Overwatch, Rocket League. This is just a small list of the games that Alec can now play thanks to his grant from AbleGamers.Read More
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We cannot make any of these things happen without support from people like you.

Did you know that a custom controller for a person with disabilities can cost upwards of $1200.00, and some as high as $2000. Living with a disability can sometimes mean that cost is just our of reach. That is where AbleGamers steps in. If a person wants to game, but cannot afford the equipment to do it, we pay for it for them. We cannot do that unless we have support from people like you.