By Michael Fontanini / September 28th, 2018
Some of the biggest names in the gaming industry came together today with their communities to help transform the lives of disabled gamers all around the globe. They came together to raise money for the gamers’ charity known as SpecialEffect. The event is known as One Special Day, and this marks its third year.
One person already helped by SpecialEffect, is a young gamer named Chase. He suffers from a severe form of cerebral palsy. His mother, Nikki, commented on how much it has meant to them:
“Gaming is a huge part of our lives and I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome it is that Chase can game thanks to SpecialEffect.”
According to the press release, over 50 partners from all across the gaming industry were involved. PC and mobile partners were donating a day of their UK revenue, or in some cases corporate donations. The goal is to help more of the most disabled people be able to lose themselves in the fun and inclusion of video games.
The Humble Store launched a promotion last night to go alongside the One Special Day Humble Bundle. Other fundraising events are taking place across the UK today as well. If you’d like to help, its not all over yet. The One Special Day Humble Bundle is still going until October 2nd. You can also find out more about One Special Day and SpecialEffect at the official website. It also has a list of all of the gaming companies that partnered up with SpecialEffect today to do good and create a very special day for disabled gamers like Chase.
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