[games_access] Gaming on a Collision Course Supported by ESA Findings

Sandra Uhling sandra_uhling at web.de
Sat Jun 19 11:53:59 EDT 2010


Hi,
wow that sound great!

This is the link:
http://www.theesa.com/facts/pdfs/ESA_Essential_Facts_2010.PDF
(There has to be _ between the words)


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Findings

Folks,

Our own Eleanor Robinson and Stephanie Walker from AbleGamers Foundation
have recently published a paper that's gaining some national attention.


It's Gaming on a Collision Course - Averting Significant Revenue Loss by
Making Games Accessible to Older Americans, which you can find at our site
(www.7128.com)


Eleanor presented this at the Games for Health conference last month here in
Boston. Mark's been on NPR about it. A bunch of folks at the recent Boston
Accessibility Unconference wanted to read it. Gamasutra's discussed it.


Now the Entertainment Software Association (www.theesa.com/facts/pdfs/ESA
ESSENTIAL FACTS 2010.pdf) has published their own report that strongly
supports Eleanor's and Stephanie's findings.


Wahoo!


John Bannick










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