Global Accessibility Awareness Day is Thursday!

To celebrate, DAGERSystem has a few things going on, and we’d love for you to join us!

  • The official announcement of the Accessible Games Database will go live Thursday at 10 am CST. You’ll find the announcement video above, and we hope you’ll help us by sharing it in any way you can. We appreciate your discretion until we officially announce.

  • If you’ve seen our Twitter page this week, you’ll know that we’re also giving out our annual accessibility awards! This year, we have Editor’s Choices, four Barrier Breakers, a Diamond Award, and the Developer of the Generation Award, which is awarded at the end of a console generation to the studio we feel has had the most significant impact on accessibility during that time.

  • DAGERSystem is hosting a giveaway! We asked disabled gamers to share their proudest gaming moment with us on Twitter, and we’re picking three on Friday to give the following rewards to: First place wins a PS5 and a year of PS Plus, and second and third receive a year of PS Plus. we’d love if you could help boost the post, which can be found HERE

Our favorite part of this GAAD week has been reading all the amazing stories from our giveaway contest, so if you need some encouragement or just want to hear about some awesome accomplishments by disabled gamers, click #DAGERSystemGAAD to check them out!

Thank you for your continued support and commitment to accessibility. With your support, we can continue to build toward a future where everyone can game.

Happy Global Accessibility Awareness Day!

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