AbleGamers have no objection to receiving support from people who believe in their goals, but streaming platform Twitch has taken that practice to another level.
At Twitch’s GlitchCon event keynote, prominent Twitch streamer Dr. Lupo revealed his intention to donate to Steven Spohn, COO of Able Gamers.
“The goal here is a game, and it’s very important to attract people as you do,” Dr. Lupo said. “So Twitch wanted you to know that they would send that million dollars, and you do for us, and for the Twitch community and gamers in general. I really appreciate the important work. “
Spohn thanked him both on public and on Twitter afterwards. He thanked everyone involved with Twitch, the people at AbleGamers who continue to run the organization, and the people who have supported the organization for many years.
“To you, my job, AbleGamers, and you who supported our high dream of making it playable: Thank you. They did this thanks to you!” He wrote. It was.
Spohn captured the moment the donation was revealed to him and posted it in a tweet with his gratitude. It’s below.
News comes after Spohn Set a goal to raise $ 1,000,000 for Able Gamers At the beginning of the year to celebrate his 40th birthday. Prior to the donation, he managed to raise $ 150,000 towards that goal through donations from the gaming community and collaboration with other streamers.
For more information on AbleGamers, see our article on publishing Freedom Wing Adapter accessibility technology, a collaboration between charity and AT Makers. For more information on the organization in general, please visit the official website of Ablegamers.
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