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Pew Pew Pew! We Wanna Play, too! Making Video Games Accessible

Written by: Marketing

Icon of Video Game ControllerAccording to a recent study, 65% of American households have at least one gamer. In addition, nearly 20% of all Americans have a disability that may interfere with their ability to play video games.

Thinking about accessibility in video games can feel like being lost in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike. But there are steps you can take that make your games friendlier to gamers with disabilities, and many are relatively simple and inexpensive.

It can be dangerous to go alone into digital accessibility. Take our free whitepaper, Pew Pew Pew! We Wanna Play, too! Making Video Games Accessible, with you and learn about:

  • Some cool stats about who plays video games and about people with disabilities.
  • A little bit about the CVAA, the only law that applies to video game accessibility.
  • Relatively easy steps to make video games inclusive to people with disabilities.
  • For those who want to play on hard mode, some ways to make your game completely awesome for people with disabilities.
  • Some common myths and lies about video game accessibility (but not about cake).