Tempe, AZ. (May 2011) – After having worked closely together in the past, Evil Controllers is pleased to announce their partnership with The AbleGamers Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to helping those with limited mobility. AbleGamers is located in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and they are dedicated to bringing greater accessibility in the digital entertainment space so that people with limited mobility can gain a greater quality of life and develop a rich social life that gaming can bring. Evil Controllers has had limited funding to produce accessible controllers and the partnership with AbleGamers will allow the production of three new controllers.

The partnership between Evil Controllers and Able Gaming is dedicated to providing awareness to the gaming community about gamers with disabilities. They hope to spread the word that there are options and solutions for the gamers who have limited mobility. Evil Controllers is excited about their new alliance and they are looking forward to a growing partnership.

About Evil Controllers:

Evil Controllers is a controller modification company based out of Tempe, Arizona. Evil Controllers is one of the first companies to offer professional Rapid Fire and Fast Reload controller mods. Our controller mods are created to support the most popular franchises in the industry, covering a variety of genres. Evil Controllers is also popular for their cooperation with the Able Gamers. We create custom controllers for disabled gamers with button modification and relocation customization. Evil Controllers works hard to ensure that every gamer can have fun doing what they love, playing games.

About The AbleGamers Foundation:

The AbleGamers Foundation is a 501(c) (3) public charity that runs AbleGamers.com, which provides news and reviews on the accessibility of mainstream video game titles, as well as consultation on assistive technology. As an alternative to Serious Gaming, mainstream video games supply many disabled individuals and veterans with rehabilitation as well as social stimulation in situations where they may be otherwise shut out of society's idea of normal everyday life.