The nonprofit just raised over $1 million. Donations came from big companies like Twitch—but most were smaller contributions from individual gamers.
When Brandon Amico entered his new 14-year-old stepson Thad’s life, they created a lasting connection from playing video games together like Halo or Smash Brothers. Thad loves gaming but has always struggled because he was born without a right hand.
“I would just be a lot slower at adapting and getting good or just not good in general,” Thad says.
In 2017, Amico read about the work that AbleGamers, a charity that works on behalf of disabled gamers, was doing to help people
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