Evil Controllers teams up with AbleGamers to Aid those who wish to Game

Harpers Ferry, WV "€œ The AbleGamers Foundation is proud to collaborate with Evil Controllers to make a line of controllers targeted to the needs of gamers with disabilities. "I just think this is a great opportunity for the disabled community to be able to leverage some cutting edge technology," says Mark Barlet, President and CEO of The AbleGamers Foundation, "Evil Controllers has a track-record of quality and out of the box thinking, with proven experience working with gamers with disabilities and I am proud to lend our name to the project."

Evil Controllers is currently working on bringing a web portal that will allow "Able Gamers" to access information on our developing technology.

Adam Coe, CEO of Evil Controllers "We are very excited to be working in a direction that allows us to develop technology for accessible gaming." " We are proud to help broaden the video game world as a whole and have enjoyed working with the AbleGamers Foundation".

The AbleGamers Foundation has worked closely with Evil Controllers to prototype a one-handed Xbox controller that is currently being field tested by an AbleGamers Community member, with a second version around the corner.

In addition to lending our name to the line of controllers, Evil Controllers will donate part of proceeds to the AbleGamersFoundation.

About The AbleGamers Foundation

The AbleGamers Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that runs AbleGamers.com provide news, reviews, and advice on disabled technology and the accessibility of mainstream video game titles. 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.

About Evil Controllers

Evil Controllers is an Arizona based company that used patent pending technology to modify existing controller designs to bring greater functionally and flexibility to the gaming experience. http://www.evilcontrollers.com

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