DAGERSystem’s December

Dear DAGERSystem Supporters,

The end of 2021 is almost upon us, and I’d like to share a bit about where DAGERSystem is headed in the coming months as well as give you a picture of where your donations before the end of the year will be applied.

This week, we are hosting a Magic The Gathering charity event at a local card shop in the Minneapolis area, Dreamers Vault Games. There will be silent auctions, raffles, and a tournament, with proceeds donated to DAGERSystem. A huge thank you to all our sponsors for helping to make this a reality, and we plan on hosting many more events like it in the coming months!

After the incredible feedback from the launch of The Accessible Games Database in October, we set our sights on improving the service so it covers a wider range of accessibility features and can scale as the industry continues to innovate. The need for accessibility data is apparent, and we’re excited to be able to expand the service to include more features and games.

We don’t have an official announcement quite yet, but your tax-deductible donations by the end of 2021 will go directly toward fast tracking the improvements to the AGD and helping us continue to fulfill the payroll of our talented team of content creators.

Stay tuned for an official announcement, but in the meantime, as 2021 draws to a close, if you or anyone you know would be interested in supporting our vision of a more accessible games industry, have them email me directly at dagersystem@gmail.com or visit the DAGERSystem site HERE.

Thank you for your commitment to both DAGERSystem and game accessibility, and have a wonderful holiday season!

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