What accessible gaming tournaments could mean for players with disabilities

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“Therapy got me into video games. I needed to build up my foot eye co-ordination, that way I could learn to write with my feet. Coincidentally, the small motor movements that you need to write are the same you need for video games, and because video games are extremely fun, that appealed to a small child who needed to learn how to write.”

These are the words of Tucker Griggs. At 23, he’s already in the top 5% of Overwatch players in the world, despite playing the game entirely with his feet.

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