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Whether you stream on Twitch, YouTube or Facebook, join us and turn your gaming community’s passion into fundraising for RNIB.

How great would it be if your stream could actually help create a world without barriers for people with sight loss? Well, now it actually can! 

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Gaming without barriers

Gaming relies largely on visuals, but lots of blind and partially sighted people are active gamers with the help of accessibility features. 

Gaming has become more inclusive, but there’s lots more that needs to be done to improve the accessibility of games, particularly game design. The majority of games in the top 100 list are largely inaccessible for people with sight loss who of course want to play without the support of sighted peers. 

Games can be made fully accessible (just think of The Last of Us Part II in 2020) with a proper understanding of user needs and a willingness to change. Help RNIB make that change happen and sign up today to begin Gaming for RNIB.

How can you help?

We’re asking streamers to turn their stream into a fundraiser for RNIB! We’d love you to use your stream to get your community thinking about the 2.5 million people living with sight loss in the UK and the barriers they might face in day-to-day life.

Sign up today and start Gaming For RNIB!

We’ll provide you with inspiring ideas to help with fundraising for your stream, along with all the materials you’ll need. If you are a gamer but new to streaming, then do not panic, we have clear instructions on how to set one up.