Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Electronic Arts Strengthens Accessibility Patent Pledge With Haptic Feedback Tech, More
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Dec 2, 2022,06:00pm EST|
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Electronic Arts is doubling down on its commitment to make gaming more equitable and inclusive.
Redwood City-based video game maker Electronic Arts (EA) on Friday announced significant additional patent investment in the company’s so-called Accessibility Patent Pledge, which aims to further diversity and inclusivity through disability and accessibility. The announcement is meant to coincide with this year’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, happening this weekend.
“Innovation, creativity, and inclusivity are fundamental to who we are. When we launched the Accessibility Patent Pledge last year, we were humbled by the positive feedback we received, both from the industry and our players. Everyone at EA truly believes that nothing should come between our players and our shared love of video games, and so [...]
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