AbleGamers Sweeps into Pittsburgh with Multi-game Esports Competition

Recently we released articles featuring The AbleGamers Charity, and were happy to be asked to share the amazing work of the organization to bring gaming to those with disabilities with our readers. The AbleGamers Charity — the leading organization dedicated to improving the lives of those with disabilities through the power of video games — today officially announced their partnership with Point Park University, the Pittsburgh Penguins, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Pittsburgh Knights by bringing to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the city’s first-ever esports tournament — the Steel City Showdown.

This is very exciting to me personally, as I am not only originally from Pittsburgh, but also an alumni of Point Park University. To have my home city, as well as my university partner with our new friends at AbleGamers Charity brings a bit more to sharing this amazing event.

The Steel City Showdown will take place May 11 - 12, 2019, at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, and feature competitions in Super Smash …

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